Stocks to watch on Monday

Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Monday:

3DM - 3D MEDICAL - up two cents, or 22.2 per cent, at 11 cents

Shares in the company behind a 3D-printed jaw joint successfully used in corrective surgery have soared.

A2M - A2 MILK COMPANY - up 10 cents, or 19.61 per cent, at 61 cents

FNP - FREEDOM FOODS - up 19 cents, or 6.79 per cent, at $2.99

Freedom Foods has emerged as one of the mystery bidders behind a potential takeover offer for New Zealand's a2 Milk Company.

AXP - AIRXPANDERS - steady at 51.0 cents

US-based medical device company AirXpanders, the developer of a needle-free, patient-controlled tissue expander for breast reconstruction procedures, has joined the share market.

IFL - IOOF HOLDINGS - down $1.42, or 13.32 per cent, at $9.24

Financial services firm IOOF says it has properly dealt with all cases of misconduct by its staff and no clients have been affected, in response to allegations made by Fairfax Media.

MAH - MACMAHON HOLDINGS - steady at 4.8 cents

Loss making mining services contractor Macmahon Holdings has announced another hit to its bottom line of up to $125 million.

REC - RECALL HOLDINGS - down 11 cents, or 1.52 per cent, at $7.12

Data management firm Recall is closing facilities in Australia and four other countries as it continues to trim costs.

SEK - SEEK - down $2.03, or 12.3 per cent, at $14.47

Job search group SEEK is warning of weak full year earnings growth amid problems with its education division.

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