The ASX clawed back initial gains to start the week, closing virtually flat today.

The ASX 200 closed at 7,394 which was neck and neck with the point it closed at on Friday despite gaining as much as 0.3% in early trade.

Meanwhile, the ASX Emerging Companies Index retreated 0.08% to close at 2,203 points.

Today’s result came despite only materials closing higher, by 1%. The worst sector was energy which shed 1.39% although most other sectors recorded more modest losses.

Australia’s market performed better than much of the Asia-Pacific with Japan the only major market rising today.

Asia’s retreat came despite Wall Street finishing last week at an all time high amidst reporting season over there which has seen 87% of S&P 500 firms reporting so far beating estimates.



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Stocks highlighted in yellow rose (or fell) after making announcements during intraday trade.

Code Name Price % Change Volume
CNJ Conico Ltd 0.057 68 158898240
AIB Aurora Glb Trust 0.29 61 224243
ARE Argonaut Resources 0.007 40 4920943
TYX Tyranna Res Ltd 0.008 33 19966891
VPR Volt Power Group 0.0025 25 6488000
AGE Alligator Energy 0.042 20 21870001
SVY Stavely Minerals Ltd 0.475 19 1395781
EMU EMU NL 0.032 19 416786
AXE Archer Materials 1.605 18 2692819
HNR Hannans Ltd 0.007 17 1024307
REE Rarex Limited 0.099 16 11152205
ADX ADX Energy Ltd 0.008 14 8171212
AEV Avenira Limited 0.008 14 1564122
CVS Cervantes Corp Ltd 0.008 14 1344280
AVL Aust Vanadium Ltd 0.025 14 38471212
TGH Terragen 0.295 13 144382
A3D Aurora Labs Limited 0.077 13 1895923
CM8 Crowd Media Limited 0.026 13 4185174
ACU Acumentis Group Ltd 0.13 13 369780
14D 1414 Degrees Limited 0.135 13 168981
AFW Applyflow Limited 0.009 13 30543113
GMR Golden Rim Resources 0.009 13 16467868
MBK Metal Bank Ltd 0.009 13 500000
TRN Torrens Mining 0.275 12 835854
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Conico (ASX:CNJ) rose with news its first ever drill-hole at the Ryberg project in Greenland intersected significant sulphide mineralisation.

Alligator Energy (ASX:AGE) told shareholders it was being included in a major US-listed American ETF which tracks uranium.

Agtech Terragen (ASX:TGH) rose off the back of its quarterly cash flow and activities report.



Code Name Price % Change Volume
PCL Pancontinental Oil 0.001 -33 1000000
DRE Drednought Resources 0.044 -29 158074281
ANL Amani Gold Ltd 0.0015 -25 34200394
ADD Adavale Resource Ltd 0.058 -25 18764795
DM1 Desert Metals 0.4 -20 707104
ARO Astro Resources NL 0.004 -20 501395
DDD 3D Resources Limited 0.004 -20 8222401
CAN Cann Group Ltd 0.315 -17 7086970
OSL Oncosil Medical 0.05 -17 13803599
GGX Gas2Grid Limited 0.0025 -17 771476
PRM Prominence Energy 0.01 -17 50682925
MRD Mount Ridley Mines 0.003 -14 29383383
DAF Discovery Africa Ltd 0.045 -13 15434
HCD Hydrocarbon Dynamic 0.013 -13 1010897
NZS New Zealand Coastal 0.013 -13 7442837
WNX Wellnex Life Ltd 0.1 -13 3283207
MAN Mandrake Res Ltd 0.082 -13 27305375
BLZ Blaze Minerals Ltd 0.028 -13 913133
IVT Inventis Limited 0.007 -13 50000
ROG Red Sky Energy. 0.007 -13 6818197
VBC Verbrec Limited 0.15 -12 30000
LCY Legacy Iron Ore 0.015 -12 3194965
LPD Lepidico Ltd 0.015 -12 61799314
HT8 Harris Technology Gl 0.115 -12 1431623
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Prominence Energy (ASX:PRM) told shareholders the deal to acquire 20% of Patriot Hydrogen was off. The company said it would look for other opportunities in the green hydrogen space but cited unresolved issues for pulling out of the deal with Patriot.



City Chic Collective (ASX:CCX) unveiled its latest acquisition –  European plus-size ecommerce retailer Navabi which it will pay $9.6 million to acquire. The company also gave a trading update, reporting unaudited sales revenue for FY21 of $258 million which is over 30 per cent higher than FY20, and that trading in the US and UK to start FY22 has outweighed the impact of lockdown induced store closures in Australia.

Real estate giant GPT (ASX:GPT) however had been affected by lockdowns and today went to the step of withdrawing previous distribution guidance for calendar year 2021. The company said the first six months saw a strong recovery and it expected a recovery once trading conditions resumed but current measures made it prudent to withdraw its guidance.

One of the ASX’s newer uranium plays 92 Energy (ASX:92E) told shareholders drilling is beginning at its Gemini project in Canada’s Athabasca Basin today. The program will test twelve drill targets, which are targeting VTEM conductors coincident with bog and lake sediment uranium anomalies.

Still with uranium and nearly a fortnight since Berkeley Energia’s (ASX:BKY) application to build a uranium mine in Spain was rejected, the company announced it had taken the first steps to overturn the decision. The company submitted an “Improvement Report” to supplement the initial application, requested reassessment and expects the report will demonstrate the project is compliant with legal requirements.

Brewing stock Mighty Craft (ASX:MCL) announced it was teaming up with Torquay Beverage Company and the Inspired Unemployed to launch a zero-carb beer – Better Beer. The pair plan to launch the brand in October 2021 and it will be Mighty Craft’s first national beer launch.




Scorpion Minerals (ASX:SCN) – capital raising
XState Resources (ASX:XST) – capital raising


Metal Tiger (ASX:MTR) – capital raising
Jayex (ASX:JTL) – strategic investment
Capricorn Metals (ASX:CMM) – acquisition
Spacetalk (ASX:SPA) – response to AFR report of legal action
Caeneus Minerals (ASX:CAD) – capital raising
Simble Solutions (ASX:SIS) – capital raising
Caprice Resources (ASX:CRS) – acquisition
Theta Gold Mines (ASX:TGM) – financing transaction
Dubber (ASX:DUB) – capital raising