Comment: Five steps to stronger capital markets

If the New Zealand economy were a human body, then we can think of capital as the oxygen required to sustain life.

In a functioning capital market, those seeking capital are brought together with those who wish to deploy it. This lowers the cost of equity and debt, boosts the growth of funding and sparks wealth creation.

Is this economic oxygen flowing as it should? Most New Zealand companies listed on the stock exchange (NZX) have unrestricted access to capital, enjoy diverse and internationally-based registers, and are trading at fair to elevated multiples.

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CropLogic latest Canterbury tech startup to seek ASX listing

Christchurch-based CropLogic​ aims to list on the Australian stock exchange early next year.

CropLogic​ is commercialising technology developed over decades by Crown research institute Plant & Food Research.

It provides farmers with a computer modelling system to determine best times to apply nutrients and water for maximum crop yield.

Initial trials in the United States, New Zealand, China, and Australia indicated crop yield improvements of more than 6 per cent, delivering higher profits.

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