A round-up of some of the key stock movements on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) in the trading week to Friday, September 21, 2011:
(Includes change on share price from previous Friday close)
BBG - BILLABONG INTERNATIONAL LTD - down 8.5 cents at $1.36
Billabong shares have taken another hit after one of the two private equity companies vying to take it over pulled its bid off the table.
CBA - COMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRALIA - down 13 cents at $55.15
Victims of the Storm Financial collapse have labelled the Commonwealth Bank's recent resolution with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) as a "cop-out".
DJS - DAVID JONES LTD - up eight cents at $2.38
Troubled department store David Jones appears to be considering the sale of its prime retail properties in Sydney and Melbourne after posting a 40 per cent plunge in full year profit.
EGP - ECHO ENTERTAINMENT GROUP LTD - down 29 cents at $3.83
Casinos operator Echo Entertainment says gross revenue for the group in the first 10 weeks of the 2013 financial year has risen 11.1 per cent compared to the same time one year ago.
FMG - FORTESCUE METALS GROUP LTD - up 62 cents at $3.61
Shares in Fortescue Metals have shot up with investors pleased the iron ore miner appears to have staved off debt problems for now by securing a $US4.5 billion ($A4.31 billion) debt facility.
IAG - INSURANCE AUSTRALIA GROUP LTD - up four cents at $4.41
Insurance company IAG will pay out millions of dollars to its claimants after admitting it underpaid them.
PMV - PREMIER INVESTMENTS LTD - up 31 cents at $5.60
Premier Investments, which owns retailers such as Just Jeans and Jay Jays, has posted a 68 per cent profit rise and says recent sales have been stronger than in the previous year
MAH - MACMAHON HOLDINGS LTD - down 22.5 cents at 30.5 cents
The chief executive of construction and mining firm MacMahon Holdings has resigned as the company issued a steep profit downgrade.
MGR - MIRVAC GROUP - down five cents at $1.395
Property giant Mirvac will attempt to sequester mining magnate Nathan Tinkler's assets in a two-day court hearing next month.
SOL - WASHINGTON H SOUL PATTINSON AND CO LTD - up 65 cents at $13.20
Washington H Soul Pattinson's full year profit has fallen by 60 per cent to $143 million, due to a large gain on the sale of Arrow Energy shares by its coal miner New Hope Corporation in the previous year.
TEN - TEN NETWORK HOLDINGS LTD - up one cent at 37 cents
Advertising executive Russel Howcroft has been appointed executive general manager of Network Ten.
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