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ATL – APOLLO TOURISM – down 20.7 per cent, or 23.5 cents, to 90 cents

Shares in the RV rental and sales company hit an all-time low after it said its net profits were tracking to the lower end of the previously announced guidance of $22 million to $24 million. Overseas markets were performing strongly but expenses in Australia were up.

EXP – EXPERIENCE CO LIMITED – up 17.31 per cent, or 4.5 cents, to 30.5 cents

The adventure tourism company said its net profit after tax for the six months ending December 31 had risen to $7.4 million, from $4.6 million, despite wet weather in Queensland.

YAL – YANCOAL – up 15.94 per cent, or 51 cents, to $3.71

The coal producer and developer announced a more than four-fold rise in 2018 underlying net profit, to $868 million.

SGH – SLATER AND GORDON – down 12.25 per cent, or 31 cents, to $2.22

The law firm slipped to a $10.3 million first-half loss following a fall in income from its personal injury business.

SDA – SPEEDCAST INTERNATIONAL LTD – up 13.13 per cent, or 44 cents, to $3.79

The remote communication and IT solutions company said its underlying net profit after tax was up five per cent, to US$48 million.

BIN – BINGO INDUSTRIES – up 5.86 per cent, or 7.5 cents, to $1.355

The waste manager announced net profit for the six months to December 31 fell 25 per cent to $13.4 million.

APT – AFTERPAY TOUCH – down 11.46 per cent, or $2.35, to $18.15

The high-flying buy now, pay later company reporting it lost $22.2 million for the half-year ending December 31, compared to a $700,000 loss six months prior.

BKL – BLACKMORES LTD – down 3.92 per cent, or $3.73, to $91.47

The health supplement company says its chief executive officer has resigned after 18 months in the job.

IPL – INCITEC PIVOT – down 2.06 per cent, or seven cents, to $3.32

The chemicals and fertiliser manufacturer announced the recent Queensland floods would cost it between $100 million and $120 million in lost earnings.

CTX – CALTEX AUSTRALIA – up 4.67 per cent, or $1.29, to $28.90

The fuel giant will launch a $260 million buyback after beating guidance with a $558 million full-year profit.