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Stocks of interest on the Australian stock exchange and their moves this week.

SIG – SIGMA HEALTHCARE – down 31 cents, or 38.3 per cent, to 50 cents

Sigma shares have plunged to a seven-year low after the company announced it had lost its contract to supply the Chemist Warehouse discount chemist chain from mid-2019.

AHG – AUTOMOTIVE HOLDINGS GROUP – down 31 cents, or 10.9 per cent, to $2.54

Shares in Automotive Holdings Group slumped as much as 10 per cent after China’s debt-saddled HNA Group cancelled the $A280 million ($US207 million) purchase of the Australian firm’s refrigerated trucking arm.

DMP – DOMINOS PIZZA – down $3.15, or 6 per cent, to $49.07

Domino’s Pizza shares tumbled to their lowest level in more than a month on Thursday as investors dumped the stock amid analysts’ downgrades.

BAL – BELLAMY’S AUSTRALIA – down $3.05, or 19.6 per cent, to $12.49

Bellamy’s shares hit their lowest level since January after Goldman Sachs revised down earnings expectations for the infant formula maker on worries about feared regulatory delays in China.

ELD – ELDERS – down $1.40, or per cent, to

Shares in the rural services group fell after the company delivered an earnings update that foreshadowed its full-year earnings will be flat due to the impact of drought across large parts of Australia.