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online shop clothes online shop clothes ?NZ sharemarket rises as leading shares post gains

The New Zealand sharemarket rose today while other markets fell as key leading stocks rose in reaction to past profit announcements and the prospect of future earnings from reconstructing earthquake ravaged Christchurch.

Brokers said the rise reflected the impact selected leaders have on market indices.

The NZX50 index closed up 13.363 points, or 0.398 per cent, at 3372.069. Turnover was worth $113. online shop clothes 23 million. There were 24 rises and 48 falls among the 107 stocks traded.

The benchmark index rose even though the United States market was weak on Tuesday and as the Australian market posted losses.

Fletcher Building closed up 7c at 855 and traded as high as 863 as investors bet the building firm charged with the reconstruction of Christchurch after the September 4 earthquake would have more work to do after Tuesdays earthquake devastated the centre of the city.

Contact Energy rose 9c at 620 after delivering a result ahead of expectations earlier this week. Telecom was unchanged at 215 and SkyCity rose 2c to 331.

We are one of the few markets that is up on the day and the key is that the New Zealand does not necessarily replicate the New Zealand economy. Heavyweight stocks performed well, Nigel Scott at Craigs Investment Partners said.

The market has probably surprised by being up but this market does provide a yield return, he said.

This was attractive to investors, particularly if interest rates may remain lower for longer as a result of the earthquake.

A number of companies made statements to the exchange about the implications of the magnitude 6.3 earthquake. online shop clothes

Forsyth Barr managing director Neil PaviourSmith said all of the companys Christchurch staff were safe. About 12 staff members were rescued yesterday from the 12th floor of the Christchurch Forsyth Barr building, on Colombo Street. Another 11 staff were at lunch or at meetings when the quake struck.

He said the earthquake would probably have a net negative impact on NZX.

A lot of economic output would be lost, which would feed through to companies that had business exposures in Christchurch.

However, Fletcher Building stood to benefit from the rebuilding effort following the quake.

There are offsetting factors.

Steel Tube eased 1c to 255, Mainfreight eased 5c to 805 and NZX eased 1c to 165.

NZOG fell 2c to 85 after reporting an interim loss and Nuplex fell 4c to 359 after announcing that it had reached a settlement of matters raised in civil proceedings brought by the Securities Commission.

Air NZ fell 1c to 134, Skellerup fell online shop clothes 2c to 126 and Scott Technology fell 1c to 125. The Warehouse fell 1c to 345.

Pyne Gould Corp rose a cent to 32 even as the company focused on helping recover people from its Christchurch building. PGG Wrightson shares fell 1c to 50.

In the US, stocks fell sharply and oil prices spiked to their highest level in two years as unrest in worsened in Libya.

The Dow Jones industrial average fell 1.4 per cent to close at 12,213, the Standard Poors 500 index fell 2 per cent to 1315, and the Nasdaq fell 2.7 per cent, to 2756. online shop clothes