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Stocks to watch

Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange:

ANN - ANSELL - down 66 cents, or 3.1 per cent, at $20.89Gloves and protective clothing maker Ansell's full-year net profit has dropped 7.2 per cent to $US147.7 million ($A186.8 million), down 7.2 per cent from the previous year which included a gain on the sale of its Onguard business.

AZJ - AURIZON - down 6 cents, or 1.2 per cent, at $5.07

Rail freight operator Aurizon has posted a full-year loss of $188 million on the back of a $927 million hit from asset impairments and redundancy-related costs.

BEN - BENDIGO AND ADELAIDE BANK - up 84 cents, or 7.5 per cent, at $12.10

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank's full-year cash earnings has risen 4.2 per cent to $418.3 million, despite banking regulator APRA's recent lending caps restricting strong growth.

CBA - COMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRALIA - up 81 cents, or one per cent, at $81.31

Commonwealth Bank chief executive Ian Narev will step down by the end of June after Australia's largest bank decided to "deal with speculation" over his position following allegations the lender breached money-laundering and terrorism-financing laws.

JBH - JBHI-FI - down 96 cents, or 3.8 per cent, at $24.41

Electronics retailer JB Hi-Fi has reported strong sales growth for the 2017 financial year and says it expects that to continue heading into the peak Christmas trade.

NCM - NEWCREST MINING - down 23 cents, or one per cent, at $21.62

Newcrest Mining has posted a seven per cent decline in full-year net profit to $US308 million ($A390 million) after an earthquake at its Cadia mine in NSW affected production.

OML - OOH!MEDIA - up 32 cents, or 7.9 per cent, at $4.36

Outdoor and digital advertising group oOh!Media's half-year profit has lifted 22.5 per cent thanks to strong revenue growth in an increasingly digital advertising environment.

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