Sharesight20 top 20 trades on NZX – February 2021
Welcome to the February 2021 edition of the Sharesight20NZX monthly trading snapshot, where we look at the top 20 trades on the NZX made by Sharesight users during the month.
In this Sharesight20NZX snapshot, trades were strongly led by the Smartshares NZ Top 50 ETF (NZX: FNZ), followed by the Smartshares US 500 ETF (NZX: USF). Overall, the top trades were dominated by ETFs and blue chip stocks, including New Zealand’s biggest airlines, Air New Zealand (NZX: AIR) and Auckland International Airport (NZX: AIA).
Let’s look at the news behind the key stocks in this month’s snapshot:
- Contact Energy launches NZ$400m capital raise to fund geothermal power station
- Share price falls following downward-trending monthly update
- Contact Energy found responsible for death of Torepatutahi Wetland
- Air NZ will trial digital COVID-19 vaccine passport on Sydney flights
- AIA reports 80% profit decrease in latest earnings report; first loss since 1998
- Analysts say Trans-Tasman bubble unlikely until mass Covid immunisation
- How AIA’s NZ$2.4b property portfolio kept it afloat during COVID
- Ebos profit hits record high amid demand surge for healthcare and animal care products
- Ebos increases interim dividend by 13.3%
- Ebos confirms involvement in NZ vaccine distribution
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