The ASX closed down again today in spite of resources and tech gaining over 1%.

The ASX 200 fell 0.24%, closing at 7,434 points.

Despite the gains in resources and tech most other sectors fell with financials, property and energy retreating 1%.

The retreat came despite Wall Street hitting a new record high and most other markets in Asia-Pacific notching up gains.


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Pure Hydrogen (ASX:PH2) rose after signing a term sheet to build three waste to hydrogen plants.

Still with hydrogen Lion Energy (ASX:LIO) signed an MoU with BLK Auto for a collaboration to assess opportunities to grow Australia’s hydrogen transport and infrastructure capabilities.

Chalice Mining (ASX:CHN) unveiled its maiden resource at its Julimar project.

Gonneville’s maiden resource, 45% of it in the indicated category, came in at 330Mt of ore at 0.94g/t platinum, palladium and gold, 0.16% nickel, 0.1% copper and 0.016% cobalt (0.58% nickel equivalent or 1.6g/t palladium equivalent).

Chalice declared it the largest nickel sulphide discovery globally in 20 years, and the largest PGE discovery in Australian history.

Pharmaxis (ASX:PXS) rose after its Investigational New Drug application (IND) for a trial of its lead drug, PXS‐5505 was approved by the FDA.


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After posting big gains last week in connection with news from its ‘Mt Cannindah’ copper-gold-silver project, Cannindah (ASX:CAE) plunged this morning after its latest exploration update.

Gale Pacific (ASX:GAP) fell after a trading update in which it reported it had been hit by cost inflation greater than it had previously anticipated.



Kelly Partners (ASX:KPG) announced its latest acquisition in an unnamed accounting firm at Penrith. It will pay up to $4.4 million in cash and it will deliver between $3.23 million and $4.25 million to the group.

Avita Medical (ASX:AVH) released its results for the September quarter. Its revenue rose 39% to $7 million and it reported its soft tissue reconstruction trial was close to completion with 58 of 65 subjects enrolled.

PointsBet (ASX:PBH) told shareholders the New York State Gaming Commission recommended it be awarded a mobile sport wagering license. The company said the decision marked an exciting moment with New York State being one of the largest and most important markets in the United States.

Maggie Beer (ASX:MBH) announced sales growth of 84.1% for the September quarter compared to 12 months ago. The company also revealed ecommerce sales were now 44% of the group’s net sales compared to 2% 12 months ago.

Havilah Resources (ASX:HAV) revealed to shareholders plans to spin out its South Australia uranium assets into a separate company. The proposed IPO would raise at least $10 million but would also involve a free distribution of shares to eligible Havilah shareholders.




Weebit Nano (ASX:WBT) – capital raising
European Lithium (ASX:EUR) – resource upgrade
Kingrose Mining (ASX:KRM) – acquisition
Lefroy Exploration (ASX:LEX) – capital raising
WestStar Industrial (ASX:WSI) – capital raising and contract award
Ragnar Metals (ASX:RAG) – exploration update and capital raising
Brightstar Resources (ASX:BTR) – drilling results


Minotaur Exploration (ASX:MEP) – change of control transaction
Carawine Resources (ASX:CWX) – capital raising
Alice Queen (ASX:AQX) – scoping study
Westar Resources (ASX:WSR) – capital raising
Andromeda Metals (ASX:ADN) – corporate transaction and kaolin project
Bowen Coking Coal (ASX:BCB) – capital raising
Liontown Resources (ASX:LTR) – DFS study and downstream scoping study
Alto Metals (ASX:AME) –  capital raising
Global Energy Ventures (ASX:GEV) – capital raising
Peppermint Innovation (ASX:PIL) – capital raising
VRX Silica (ASX:VRX) – project update