Local appeared set for another down day after Omicron fears sparked jitters on global markets, but the ASX 200 defied expectations to post a 0.86% gain.

While both Wall Street and ASX futures were in the red, it was a solid day for the Australian bourse with most sectors gaining.

The best sectors were health (up 3.9%) and energy (up 1.62%) and the only sector in the red was property – by 0.37%



(Stocks highlighted in yellow rose after making announcements during the trading day).

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Code Company Price % Volume
MLS Metals Australia 0.002 100 19031989
ALT Analytica Limited 0.0015 50 1067414
ANL Amani Gold Ltd 0.0015 50 31889332
NPM Newpeak Metals 0.0015 50 500000
TTB Total Brain Ltd 0.12 26 3231270
MMM Marley Spoon 0.84 21 2210555
ARE Argonaut Resources 0.006 20 2430017
ESH Esports Mogul Ltd 0.006 20 176616
HFY Hubify Ltd 0.064 19 312734
VR1 Vection Technologies 0.135 17 14570331
CLE Cyclone Metals 0.0035 17 3549004
ZMM Zimi Ltd 0.014 17 3156912
ATX Amplia Therapeutics 0.155 15 155941
KLR Kaili Resources Ltd 0.031 15 6784
ABE Ausbondexchange 0.55 15 67529
FIJ Fiji Kava Limited 0.079 14 287896
AUH Austchina Holdings 0.008 14 1640746
MRD Mount Ridley Mines 0.008 14 1227071
SIH Sihayo Gold Limited 0.008 14 1903165
LIN Lindian Resources 0.034 13 1716804
RXH Rewardle Holding Ltd 0.017 13 1000000
TAS Tasman Resources Ltd 0.026 13 481000
M2M Mtmalcolmminesnl 0.13 13 95591
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Total Brain (ASX:TTB) announced a license with Janssen Research and Development for a study looking into treatments for depression.

VR and metaverse software company Vection (ASX:VR1) rose off the back of a market update in which it tipped 2022 fiscal year revenue of $17-$19 million.

Marley Spoon (ASX:MMM) bounced off recent lows near 70c — off from its post-pandemic highs above $3.50 — after flagging plans to buy Australian ready-to-heat meal company Chefgood.

The deal involves a $21 million upfront payment for 100% of the equity in Chefgood, and additional earn-outs of up to ~$5.6 million over the next two and a half years based on revenue targets.


(Stocks highlighted in yellow fell after making announcements during the trading day).

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Code Company Price % Volume
WOO Wooboard Tech Ltd 0.001 -50 25381
CGB Cann Global Limited 0.002 -33 18837490
NXM Nexus Minerals Ltd 0.355 -30 24616477
AFW Applyflow Limited 0.004 -20 5537282
T3D 333D Limited 0.002 -20 1250000
ZBT Zebit Inc. 0.245 -17 94552
GTG Genetic Technologies 0.005 -17 19638581
MEB Medibio Limited 0.005 -17 52712356
ROO Roots Sustainable 0.005 -17 174826
GGE Grand Gulf Energy 0.022 -15 3040747
DTI DTI Group Ltd 0.028 -15 96537
SMS Starmineralslimited 0.175 -15 20500
KFE Kogi Iron Ltd 0.012 -14 1496448
LRV Larvottoresources 0.12 -14 827226
THR Thor Mining PLC 0.012 -14 26616100
CT1 Constellation Tech 0.007 -13 1379073
ICN Icon Energy Limited 0.014 -13 4
RIM Rimfire Pacific 0.007 -13 220561
TPD Talon Energy Ltd 0.007 -13 6537968
FTC Fintech Chain Ltd 0.05 -12 47837
TMS Tennant Minerals Ltd 0.036 -12 13950020
CAG Caperangeltd 0.22 -12 26000
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Goldie Nexus Minerals (ASX:NXM) fell after an exploration update.

Despite announcing some positive drilling results, it recorded no significant intercepts in one particular hole which was drilled down a post mineralisation structure.



AMP (ASX:AMP) will remove itself from the NZX, effective in the first week of February next year. The company says the delisting reflects the lower level of AMP shareholders on the NZX following increased accessibility of the ASX to Kiwi shareholders and will simplify its shareholder administration ahead of the demerger of its private markets business.

Kirkland Lake Gold (ASX:KLA) will pay a dividend for the 19th quarter in a row. It will pay US$0.1875 per share on January 14 to all shareholders as at the close of business on December 31.

Artificial intelligence (AI) sensor technology company, SenSen Networks (ASX:SNS), has been hired by the Queensland Revenue Office to help it with automated number plate recognition. The company will earn a minimum of $192,000 over the initial 36 months of the contract starting in January 2022.

$2.29 billion biotech Telix (ASX:TLX) announced it dosed its first patient in a Phase I study of TLX250-CDx in patients with non-muscle invasive bladder cancer in France. It is the sixth most commonly occurring cancer in males and the tenth most common worldwide.

Financial wellness fintech Douugh (ASX:DOU) signed a partnership with Openmarkets Group to offer ASX share trading to Australian customers. It will form a part of Douugh’s new financial super app in 2022 which will replace the current ‘Goodments by Douugh’ app.

Semiconductor company Revasum (ASX:RVS) says it has a US$8.2 million backlog of orders and in 2022 now expects to generate US$25-$35 million in revenue. CEO Rebecca Shooter-Dodd said 2021 had been a solid year of progress for the company and the backlog remained strong.




Midas Minerals (ASX:MM1) – exploration results


Nova Minerals (ASX:NVA) – resource upgrade
Aston Minerals (ASX:ASO) – exploration results
Carnaby Resources (ASX:CNB) – re-release of announcement
Scout Security (ASX:SCT) – convertible note