Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published at 10.15am each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX small caps in morning trade using live data.

It’s a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest movers in percentage terms.

The market opens at 10am (eastern time) and the data is taken at 10:15am, once every ASX stock has commenced trading.

Stocks highlighted in yellow have made market-moving announcements (click headings to sort).

 

Code Company Price % Volume
MTH Mithril Resources 0.039 63 21957204
ANL Amani Gold Ltd 0.0015 50 71528662
CLZ Classic Min Ltd 0.002 33 1700000
VIC Victory Mines Ltd 0.004 33 325500
VAL Valor Resources Ltd 0.005 25 500000
BSM Bass Metals Ltd 0.003 20 5000000
TMK Tamaska Oil Gas Ltd 0.006 20 1830841
SHH Shree Minerals Ltd 0.013 18 3541757
GLH Global Health Ltd 0.46 18 15198
KKO Kinetiko Energy Ltd 0.14 17 35607

It’s a quiet day on the ASX with today being Melbourne Cup Day. But today’s leader took its title thanks to – you guessed it – another gold find.

This time it was Mexico-focused Mithril Resources (ASX:MTH) which has already had a solid few months exploration and share price-wise. From 0.6 cents in March it hit 3.9 cents today with gold and silver results from the first drill holes at a new target at its Cometa project in Mexico’s Copalquin district.

Meanwhile, Shree Minerals (ASX:SHH) bought a new gold project in New South Wales’ Lachlan Ford Belt and Victory Mines (ASX:VIC) now owns its Coogee project outright having snapped up the previous 90 per cent it did not already own.

 

Code Company Price % Volume
TEG Triangle Energy Ltd 0.021 -34 5362688
BAS Bass Oil Ltd 0.001 -33 500000
88E 88 Energy Ltd 0.006 -14 7680000
ICN Icon Energy Limited 0.02 -13 98300
BUY Bounty Oil & Gas NL 0.012 -11 3045000
BDG Black Dragon Gold 0.09 -10 10000
TZL TZ Limited 0.054 -10 745
PNC Pioneer Credit Ltd 0.57 -10 129653
SHK Stone Resources Aus 0.032 -9 47006
DSE Dropsuite Ltd 0.11 -8 30000

Triangle Energy (ASX:TEG) fell on its first trading day since BP’s opted to to cease fuel production at its Kwinana Refinery and convert it into an import terminal.

BP’s decision has a direct impact on the company given that crude oil from its Cliff Head oil field is trucked to the refinery for processing.