Low interest rates, falling yields on listed shares and tenancy pressures in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic are stoking interest in horticultural assets.
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The recent drop in share markets and the prospect of further interest rate cuts will be leading many investors to reassess their portfolios.
Horticulture is one of the stand out performers of the New Zealand primary sector but it's facing constraints of capital, despite rising revenue and earnings.
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MyFarm Head of Research, Con Williams asks if the US-China trade war is hurting or help NZ horticulture.
The prospect of historically low interest rates is driving record enquiry for cash yielding real assets, according to syndicator, MyFarm Investments.
Export data released this week shows the horticulture industry is on track to meet its goal of being worth NZ$10 billion by 2020.
Having access to vertically integrated supply channels is a critical component of an effective permanent crop business model in New Zealand.