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BLA - BLUE SKY ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENTS LIMITED - up 41.09 per cent, or 26.5 cents, to 91 cents.

The Brisbane-based private equity and private real estate investment company said it expects an underlying first-half loss of between $28 million to $32 million.

Its shares are still down about 93 per cent from where they were a year ago, hammered after US hedge fund Glaucus claimed it had overstated its assets under management.

ESV - ESERVGLOBAL - up 8.33 per cent, or 1 cent, to 13 cents.

The digital transaction company said it had secured a new contract, worth 1 million euro ($A1.59m), to supply a voucher management platform for a leading local operator in the Asia Pacific.

PGH - PACT GROUP - down 9.67 per cent, or 38 cents, to $3.55.

The specialty packaging company said it would recognise non-cash impairment charges in the range of $310 million to $410 million for the half-year results, amid "challenging trading conditions" and weaker demand.

PEA - PACIFIC ENERGY - up 8.47 per cent, or 5 cents, to 64 cents.

The power generation specialist said its business is doing better than expected and it now forecast it would earn $60 million to $61 million this fiscal year, up from $54 million to $55 million.

CGF - CHALLENGER FINANCIAL GROUP - up 1.15 per cent, or 9 cents, to $7.92.

The retirement fund manager said that net profit for the six months to December 31 had fallen 97 per cent, from $195.4 million a year ago to $6.1 million.

MQG - MACQUARIE GROUP - up 2.15 per cent, or $2.62, to $124.60.

The wealth management and financial services group said its bottom line had improved 15.34 per cent last year to $2.6 billion, and it expects its annual profit to soar 15 per cent to nearly $3 billion.

TCL - TRANSURBAN GROUP - down 1.93 per cent, or 24 cents, to $12.22

The road operator company said its first-half profit has fallen 61.8 per cent to $129 million, after its costly acquisition of Sydney's WestConnex motorway scheme.

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