ASX Small Cap Lunch Wrap: Who’s making the big switches today?
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Hitting it out of the park is generally an expression used to allude to a great performance.
Glenn Maxwell did that too – literally, when he belted Indian bowler Ravindra Jadeja out of the stadium in last night’s third one-dayer in Canberra. But the best was yet to come.
Despite not being able to take the Aussies to a 3-0 clean sweep of the series, this was the only clean sweep that mattered:
— Steve Smith (@stevesmithffx) December 2, 2020
That’s close to the most outrageous, biggest switch hit ever seen in cricket.
Also chugging along neatly today is the Australian market, with the ASX200 up 0.38 per cent this morning while the Small Ords recorded a more modest 0.13 per cent gain.
Here are the best performing ASX small cap stocks at 12pm Thursday December 3:
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Stocks highlighted in yellow have made market-moving announcements.
AppsVillage (ASX:APV) continues to benefit from yesterday’s announcement that it has partnered with TikTok – the world’s most downloaded app, allowing its business customers to advise on the platform.
Today, the company has confirmed that under the initial one-year program, it will receive a gross profit on every advertisement made through it on TikTok.
Meanwhile, Blue Energy (ASX:BLU) has signed a non-binding heads of agreement to supply 100 petajoules of gas over 10 years from its North Bowen Basin coal seam gas tenements to EnergyAustralia.
The company says this is a foundation volume that will underpin the proposed gas pipeline from the North Bowen Basin to the Wallumbilla gas hub.
Fenix Resources’ (ASX:FEX) plan to export 1.25 million tonnes of iron ore per annum from its Iron Ridge project has received a boost after executing binding port access and lease agreements with the Port of Geraldton.
This paves the way for the company to start production this month and ship its first cargo early next year.
Here are the worst performing ASX small cap stocks at 12pm Wednesday December 2: