Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange:
A2M - A2 MILK COMPANY - up 31 cents, or 6.9 per cent, at $4.81
Shares in A2 Milk hit a record high after a boom in infant formula demand in China and Australia almost tripled its annual profit to $NZ90.6 million.
BGA - BEGA CHEESE - down 1 cent, or 0.2 per cent, at $6.48
Bega Cheese's full year profit soared to $139 million following the sale of two infant formula assets that helped fund its Vegemite splurge.
CCL - COCA-COLA AMATIL - down 22 cents, or 2.6 per cent, at $8.25
The drinks supplier says new products will boost its performance in the second half of 2017 after its half year profit dropped 29 per cent drop because of weaker soft drink and water sales.
HSO - HEALTHSCOPE - down 33.5 cents, or 15.3 per cent, at $1.855
Healthscope's full year profit dropped 39 per cent, affected by an impairment from the sale of its standalone medical centres and other costs.
IAG - IAG - down 54 cents, or 8 per cent, at $6.22
The insurer's annual profit rose 49 per cent, but underlying insurance margin - IAG's preferred measure of performance - fell, partly due to higher motor claim costs in Australia and New Zealand.
QUB - QUBE HOLDINGS - up 9 cents, or 3.4 per cent, at $2.78
The logistics group expects to continue its improvement in underlying profit and will boost spending at its Sydney freight interchange, where it has just signed department store Target as a major customer.
SGR - THE STAR ENTERTAINMENT GROUP - up 26 cents, or 5.1 per cent, at $5.36
The casinos operator hopes well-heeled Asian tourists will help compensate for the VIP high-rollers who stopped visiting following the detention of rival Crown Resorts staff in China.
SRX - SIRTEX MEDICAL GROUP - down $1.70, or 10.5 per cent, at $14.56
Liver cancer treatment developer Sirtex Medical made a full year loss of $26.3 million loss due to a writedown in the value of its clinical and research and development assets and slow sales growth.
TGR - TASSAL GROUP - up 11 cents, or 2.9 per cent, at $3.91
The salmon farmer and marketer hopes to achieve another record financial result in the current financial year as it increases the total volume of its farmed fish and boosts consumption of salmon and seafood.
TRS - THE REJECT SHOP - down 26 cents, or 5.9 per cent, at $4.14
Discount retailer The Reject Shop says it has failed to get its product range right amid a decline in consumer spending.
WOW - WOOLWORTHS - down 12 cents, or 0.4 per cent, at $26.94
More customers are choosing to shop at Woolworths than Coles after the supermarket giant's heavy food discounting and major revamp of its own brands pays off.