The Australian stock exchange is closed on Wednesday for the Anzac Day public holiday.
Stocks to watch at close on Tuesday were:
BBL - BRISBANE BRONCOS LTD - untraded at 26 cents
Brisbane Broncos chairman Lawry Brindle says that while the NRL team is powering along this season, the club's finances are under a bit of a cloud.
CMI - CMI LTD - down three cents at $2.37
Ford will temporarily stand down 1,800 workers in Victoria on Thursday unless a dispute involving a car parts maker is resolved.
NCM - NEWCREST MINING LTD - down $1.00 at $26.60
Newcrest Mining has cut its forecasts for gold and copper production for 2012 after carrying out a major review of its operations.
OSH - OIL SEARCH LTD - up eight cents at $7.47
Oil Search says it is reviewing bids from potential joint venture partners in its Papua New Guinea gas projects.
PDN - PALADIN ENERGY LTD - down 10.5 cents at $1.575
Africa-focused uranium miner Paladin Energy says it has significantly strengthened its balance sheet after a convertible bond issue that raised $US274 million ($A266.50 million) from investors.
PMP - PMP LTD - down five cents at 25 cents
Publisher and direct marketer PMP has slashed its full year earnings forecasts and ramped up its cost-cutting program amid challenging trading conditions.
QRN - QR NATIONAL LTD - steady at $3.63
Queensland's freight rail network will be even less accountable on environmental issues if it is completely privatised, state Greens candidate Jo Bragg says.
SDG - SUNLAND GROUP LTD - steady at 72.5 cents
The Gold Coast's glitzy five-star Palazzo Versace is up for sale.
SPT - SPOTLESS GROUP LTD - in a trading halt, last traded at $2.46
Shares in take-over target Spotless are being halted from trading ahead of an expected announcement about its talks with potential suitor Pacific Equity Partners.
THG - THAKRAL HOLDINGS LTD - up 0.5 cents at 76 cents
Thakral Holdings (THG) says a $400 million takeover offer from private equity group Brookfield undervalues the Australian property company.
TWE - TREASURY WINE ESTATES LTD - down six cents at $4.35
There are still plenty of well-heeled drinkers willing to spend substantial sums of money on luxury brands of wine despite the prevailing economic gloom, says Australian fine-wine maker Penfolds.
WES - WESFARMERS - up 54 cents at $29.88
Wesfarmers says Coles sales has risen almost five per cent in the third quarter but tough trading conditions led to a 4.4 per cent fall in Target sales.
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