Here we are, second week of reporting season and we’ve had some big winners and losers so far.

Week one’s winners included Navitas Limited (ASX: NVT), Capilano Honey Limited (ASX: CZZ) and REA Group Limited (ASX: REA). While week one’s losers included Magellan Flagship Fund Limited (ASX: MFF), Genworth Mortgage Insurance Australia Limited (ASX: GMA) and Tabcorp Holdings Limited (ASX: TAH).

If you missed the week one reporting season wrap up, check it out here.

Now, here’s the week two reporting season winners and losers to date:

Winners

OZ Minerals Limited (ASX: OZL) – Full year net profit attributable to equity holders up 168.5% to $130.2 million from $48.5 million compared to pcp.

Stockland Corporation Ltd (ASX: SGP) – Half year net profit attributable to security holders up 50.6% to $696 million compared to pcp.

Commonwealth Bank of Australia – (ASX: CBA) – Half year net profit attributable to equity holders up 2% to $4.6 billion compared to pcp.

Boral Limited (ASX: BLD) – Half year net profit attributable to members up 30.7% to $136.6 million from $104.5 million compared to pcp.

Carsales.Com Ltd (ASX: CAR) – Half year net profit attributable to members up 10% to $51.3 million compared to pcp.

JB Hi-Fi Limited (ASX: JBH) – Half year net profit attributable to members up 7.52% to $95.2 million compared to pcp.

National Storage REIT (ASX: NSR) – Half year net profit attributable to members up 35% to $20.6 million compared to pcp.

Avjennings Ltd (ASX: AVJ) – Half year net profit attributable to members up 39.2% to $16.5 million from $11.9 million compared to pcp.

Nick Scali Limited (ASX: NCK) – Half year net profit attributable to owners up 40.7% to $14.1 million compared to pcp.

Losers

Ansell Limited (ASX: ANN) – Half year net profit attributable to members down 20.6% to $69.6 million compared to pcp.

Shopping Cntrs Austrls Prprty Gp Re Ltd (ASX: SCP) – Half year net profit attributable to members down 7.5% to $90.8 million from $98.2 million compared to pcp.

Cimic Group Ltd (ASX: CIM) – Full year net profit attributable to members down 23% to $520.4 million from $676.5 million compared to pcp.

AGL Energy Ltd (ASX: AGL) – Half year net profit attributable to shareholders down 245.8% to $449 million from $308 million compared to pcp.

Platinum Capital Limited (ASX: PMC) – Half year net profit attributable to members down 120.39% to $3.79 million compared to pcp.

Aquarius Platinum Limited (ASX: AQP) – Half year net profit attributable to equity holders down 35% to $76.1 million compared to pcp.

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