Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Monday:
ASX LTD - down $2.13, or six per cent, to $33.15
The stock market operator ASX Ltd's shares had fallen nearly six per cent after it started trading again following its $553 million capital raising.
ELD - ELDERS - in trading halt, last traded at 9.00 cents
Elders has received at least one bid for its main rural services business and is working to finalise a sale.
NHF - NIB HOLDINGS - up four cents, or 1.8 per cent, at $2.24
Private health insurer nib has lowered its full year financial forecasts, partly because of higher-than-expected claims.
TCL - TRANSURBAN GROUP - up two cents, or 0.29 per cent, at $6.88
Toll road owner Transurban is offloading one its poorly performing United States roads.
TLS - TELSTRA - up six cents, or 1.31 per cent, at $4.65
Work on Telstra pits containing asbestos will only resume when employees and contractors have been trained on the safe handling and removal of asbestos, Workplace Relations Minister Bill Shorten says.