Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Tuesday, June 30:
ACX - ACONEX - down two cents, or 0.6 per cent, at $3.13
Shares in the cloud accounting firm have surged on news of a major deal with engineering giant John Holland.
ANN - ANSELL - down 49 cents, or two per cent, at $23.76
Condoms and protective gloves maker Ansell is launching a major cost-cutting program it expects to save the company $15 million.
CAB - CABCHARGE - down 11 cents, or 2.9 per cent, at $3.73
Cabcharge has agreed to allow other companies to process its non-cash taxi payment cards.
EHL - EMECO - down 0.2 cents, or 2.7 per cent, at 7.2 cents
Merger talks between earthmoving equipment supplier Emeco and its rival Orionstone have collapsed.
GWA - GWA GROUP - down 12 cents, or 5.1 per cent, at $2.23
More jobs are expected to go at GWA Group as the building fixtures supplier undertakes its last and final phase of restructuring.
QMS - QMS MEDIA - up six cents, or 9.2 per cent, at 71 cents
Billboard operator QMS Media has had a strong debut on the Australian share market despite a bleak trading day.
SGH - SLATER AND GORDON - down $1.26, or 25 per cent, at $3.78
Shares in law firm Slater and Gordon have plummeted another 21 per cent as investors dump the stock over problems with its accounts.
SUN - SUNCORP - down 27 cents, or two per cent, at $13.33
Suncorp's life insurance boss Geoff Summerhayes has resigned and will be replaced by the head of the Vero general insurance business in New Zealand.
TLS - TELSTRA - down 13 cents, or 2.1 per cent, at $6.07
Phone and internet bills are likely to fall after the competition watchdog recommended Telstra cut the price it charges other telcos to access its copper wire network.