Fletcher and A2 lead steady day on the sharemarket

The New Zealand sharemarket continues to make small steps back to its former glory days.
Trepidation over the coming results season saw the NZX-50 close up 0.33 per cent to 11,645 on Tuesday not a huge move but just 500 points below its all-time high, one adviser said.
Were getting back up there and being a gross index, well surpass it at some point, as dividends pushed the index higher, Jeremy Sullivan of Hamilton, Hindin, Greene, said.
Some $220 million in shares was traded, led by news …

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