September Wrap – NZX Beats ASX Again | EBOS Global markets were mixed on Friday, with shares on Wall Street ending flat as gains by Intel, real estate companies and utilities offset a drop in Facebook after the social media network disclosed a security breach. Tesla sank 13.9%, its worst day since November 2013, after US regulators sued Elon Musk, accusing him of fraud in a lawsuit that seeks to remove him as CEO. The NZ market added to gains in September, with the NZX 50 market index adding +0.4% for the month and trading at all-time highs. In contrast, the Australian market retraced from 10-year highs, with the ASX 200 market index losing -1.77% in September.  The NZ benchmark index rose 4.3% in the quarter, following a 7.5% gain in June. So far this year the NZX 50 is up 11%, outperforming its peers across Asia. The ASX 200 index closed up +0.2% for the quarter, with the index having now advanced a mere +2.4% for the year.  It was a turbulent three months for the Aussie market, which initially rallied on the back...