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April another month of solid gains for sharemarket - Grant Davies talks to Business Desk

New Zealand shares edged higher in the final day of April trading, capping a 1.8 percent gain for the month that saw the benchmark index cross the 10,000 level for the first time. by BusinessDesk The S&P/NZX 50 Index increased 1.06 points, or 0.01 percent, to 10,013.83. Within the index, 23 stocks rose, 22 fell, and five were unchanged. Turnover was $195.2 million, of which Trade Me Group accounted for $42.4 million. Trading was subdued with a lot of investors in...

Market Recap for 2018 & What to Expect in 2019

Whilst headlines provide the predictable doom and gloom we can see from the table below that the NZ market is holding up quite well in the face of an international sell down. HHG continues to see long term value in the NZ market and further afield. Read more below, including HHG's top 5 picks for 2019. Anyone following the market closely in 2018 will be well aware of how volatile it has been. The market hit all-time highs in September...

Trade Me Takeover at $6.40 - Grant Davies talk to stuff.co.nz about the offer

A takeover offer has been made for Trade Me, with an offer price of $6.40 a share. Trade Me shares leapt 18 per cent, or 96 cents, to $6.06 immediately after the offer was revealed to the NZX. The offer would value Trade Me at $2.5 billion, about $500m more than its sharemarket value when trading closed on Tuesday. Trade Me described the offer from Apax Partners, which is a British private equity company, as "a preliminary, non-binding, indicative proposal"....

NZX50 opens down 1.97% on "catch-up" day

New Zealand markets are playing catchup today, after a rocky day of global trading yesterday. The NZX was closed for Waitangi Day yesterday, but the S&P/NZX50 was down 1.97% at market open today. Within the index, 47 stocks had fallen, with three up, on turnover of about $35 million. “I think we’ll have a bit of a catch-up day today,” Hamilton Hindin Greene investment adviser Grant Davies says. “At the moment, the Dow is broadly flat. But I’d expect our fair...
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Brian Kreft retires as Chairman of Hamilton Hindin Greene Ltd after 11 years.

After 11 years Brian Kreft has retired as Chairman of Hamilton Hindin Greene Limited (HHG). HHG is a boutique investment advisory firm in Christchurch, New Zealand. Brian remains a Director of that Company. Brian Kreft Brian’s career had extensive involvement in the providing of advice relating to company funding, business acquisitions, organisation structures, company floatation’s and prospectuses and has given governance advice to a wide range of clients across a broad spectrum of industries. He is a former director of one...
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HHG Adviser Grant Davies Discusses the Upcoming Election and the Pipeline Breach

New Zealand shares were little changed at the start of election week. New Zealand Refining and Air New Zealand dropped following a pipeline leak, while A2 Milk Co rose. The S&P/NZX 50 Index fell 3.95 points, or 0.05 per cent, to 7,758.71. Within the index, 17 stocks fell, 15 rose and 18 were unchanged. Turnover was $131 million. "People are a little more cautious and happy to wait for certainty," said Grant Davies, investment adviser at Hamilton Hindin Greene. "There...

The week on the markets with Jeremy Sullivan & Grant Walker from the National Business Review (NBR) 3min audio feature

Fletcher Building, Sky City and the week ahead. Tune into market talk with Jeremy Sullivan and Grant Walker. 3min audio

Hamilton Hindin Greene - Investment Committee

Hamilton Hindin Greene’s investment committee consists of six committee members, combining a broad level of expertise which ensures our clients receive a robust investment service. The broad investment philosophy of the committee is one of long-term growth. The committee focuses on quality, blue-chip direct equities and fixed interest securities that fit our strict investment criteria. The committee meet once a month, or as market movements dictate, to discuss the recommended portfolio and investigate avenues to bring further value to our clients....
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HHG Presentation - NZX Group CEO Mark Peterson and CFO Bevan Millar

Hamilton Hindin Greene had the pleasure of hosting Mark Peterson (NZX CEO), and Bevan Millar (NZX CFO) earlier this week. In front of a small group of clients and advisers, Mark explained the renewed focus on cost control at the NZX Group, and how shareholders are going to benefit from growth in New Zealand’s capital market. We looked back at the problems the NZX have overcome over the past few years. They have put the Ralec court case behind them (without...
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