The ASX is home to dozens of foreign companies and New Zealand accounts for more than any other.

New Zealand’s own exchange has far fewer companies as well as less liquidity and with the success some companies have had over there, Australia is a logical next step.

The most notable of these are A2 Milk (ASX:A2M) and Xero (ASX:XRO) which have become substantial multi-baggers in just a handful of years.

And companies have continued to cross the Ditch with three New Zealand IPOs on the ASX last year in Laybuy (ASX:LBY), Aroa Biosurgery (ASX:ARX) and Plexure (ASX:PX1).

Here’s a list of all Kiwi stocks on the ASX.

Code Company Price %SixMth %Yr MktCap
NZM Nzme Limited 0.805 222 112 $ 161,019,599.72
TLT Tilt Renewables Ltd. 6.39 88 95 $ 2,411,736,857.60
XRO Xero Ltd 130.66 43 52 $ 19,635,646,671.45
MPP Metro Perf.Glass Ltd 0.38 100 52 $ 70,443,672.68
PPH Pushpay Holdings Ltd 1.63 -16 51 $ 1,820,921,850.00
AFP Aft Pharmaceuticals 4.26 0 37 $ 471,817,022.95
SNZ Summerset Grp Hldgs 12.13 69 43 $ 2,766,014,446.26
MCY Mercury NZ Limited 6.67 49 34 $ 8,921,256,754.60
SMP Smartpay Holdings 0.9 43 32 $ 206,577,536.88
FPH Fisher & Paykel H. 30.02 -8 31 $ 17,440,237,494.74
IFT Infratil Limited 6.97 56 30 $ 5,061,761,848.74
CNU Chorus Limited 7.86 15 29 $ 3,504,675,090.56
TRA Turners Automotive 2.9 45 29 $ 248,108,659.00
EBO Ebos Group Ltd 27.78 38 27 $ 4,595,917,536.00
FGL Frugl Group Limited 0.075 134 25 $ 12,916,500.00
LCT Living Cell Tech. 0.022 47 22 $ 10,285,937.66
OCA Oceania Healthc Ltd 1.46 55 21 $ 911,323,870.65
FBU Fletcher Building 5.99 86 19 $ 4,945,538,496.00
GNE Genesis Energy Ltd 3.63 38 17 $ 3,777,718,516.62
FSF Fonterra Share Fund 4.31 23 16 $ 458,936,109.76
MEZ Meridian Energy 5.95 30 14 $ 7,705,724,302.12
IKE Ikegps Group Ltd 0.96 13 11 $ 126,383,027.80
MHJ Michael Hill Int 67.5 101 11 $ 271,586,481.60
SKO Serko 5.15 72 10 $ 546,647,521.68
CEN Contact Energy Ltd 7.47 29 9 $ 1,386,653,007.42
HRL Hrlholding 0.135 23 4 $ 71,597,699.08
EVO Evolve Education Grp 1.15 56 2 $ 163,595,997.63
BGP Briscoe Group 4.02 24 3 $ 893,318,370.00
LBY Laybuy Group Holding 1.33 $ 232,034,763.24
RBD Restaurant Brands NZ 8.8 0 0 $ 1,097,875,002.40
CLI Croplogic 0.031 0 0 $ 25,120,152.44
ARX Aroa Biosurgery 1.19 -15 $ 365,382,593.01
TWR Tower Limited 0.66 21 -2 $ 278,287,190.28
SPK Spark New Zealand 4.38 -4 -4 $ 8,074,159,421.72
PVL Powerhouse Ven Ltd 0.06 7 -5 $ 3,877,407.96
VHT Volpara Health Tech 1.57 19 -11 $ 409,161,102.03
9SP 9 Spokes Int Limited 0.021 -40 -13 $ 31,360,081.89
NTL New Talisman Gold 0.005 -29 -17 $ 13,961,126.82
SKC Skycity Ent Grp Ltd 2.77 19 -19 $ 2,105,768,428.93
AIA Auckland Internation 6.61 15 -20 $ 9,821,916,083.79
NZK NZK Salmon Ltd 1.45 -13 -28 $ 201,529,170.75
A2M The A2 Milk Company 10.07 -47 -32 $ 7,574,590,757.40
ZNO Zoono Group Ltd 0.9 -61 -33 $ 154,265,944.58
TOM Tomizone Limited 0.002 -33 -33 $ 850,401.35
ADR Adherium Ltd 0.0225 -25 -34 $ 14,951,112.24
GTK Gentrack Group Ltd 1.41 15 -35 $ 138,102,760.60
KTD Keytone Dairy 0.23 5 -38 $ 59,017,190.86
ZEL Z Energy Ltd. 2.6 0 -38 $ 1,368,854,123.39
AIZ Air New Zealand 1.48 20 -45 $ 1,684,266,340.50
SM1 Synlait Milk Ltd 4.07 -35 -47 $ 896,184,810.10
SKT Sky Network 0.17 36 -47 $ 296,867,524.86
KMD Kathmandu Hold Ltd 1.24 15 -50 $ 875,616,709.24
VGL Vista Group Int Ltd 1.44 24 -51 $ 341,779,143.94
NEU Neuren Pharmaceut. 1.38 5 -53 $ 168,473,918.76
BRL Bathurst Res Ltd. 0.045 -10 -59 $ 75,218,854.96

 

The top five New Zealand stocks on the ASX

Stockhead has recapped the top five New Zealand stocks on the ASX – all of which have gained over 50 per cent in 12 months.

The top stock, sitting on a 112 per cent gain, is media outfit NZME (ASX:NZM) which owns the New Zealand Herald and New Zealand’s iHeartRadio among other outfits.

Like many media companies it was hit by a fall in advertising revenues but these have recovered quicker than the company expected. In November it told shareholders it expected earnings above $60 million for this financial year.

Second is large cap renewable energy company Tilt Renewables (ASX:TLT).

The company owns several wind farms across Australia and New Zealand, some of which are already producing energy. It reaped a $478 million profit after tax in the last financial year.

In third place is accounting giant Xero (ASX:XRO) which began listed life in 2007 on the NZX, then became dual listed in 2012 before eventually being solely listed on the ASX.

It has grown from $4.65 in 2012 to over $130 today off the back of revenue, user and profit growth which isn’t slowing down even with COVID-19.

Next up is glass supplier Metro Performance Glass (ASX:MPP). It was hit by New Zealand’s lockdown but saw a rebound once restrictions were lifted and was helped by New Zealand’s wage subsidy scheme. It’s most recent half yearly profit only fell by 2 per cent – coming in at $7.6 million.

Rounding out the list is church donation platform Pushpay (ASX:PPH) which also increased its revenues in recent months thanks to the launch of new products.