A Stuff article.
NZX, which operates the New Zealand stock exchange, lifted full-year profit 20 per cent to its highest level in five years as it benefited from a surge in activity through its platform during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Net profit rose to $17.6 million in the year to the end of December, the company said. That’s the highest since 2015 when it reported a $23.9m profit, boosted by an $11.8m asset sale.
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