Closing Bell: Today’s biggest small cap movers on the ASX
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Closing Bell is Stockhead’s daily recap of the ASX’s key winners and losers.
Data is taken after the market closes at 4pm AEST.
Stocks highlighted in yellow made market-moving announcements during the day.
|ARR||American Rare Earths||0.15||69||70309241|
|APG||Austpac Resources NL||0.0015||50||545000|
|FIN||FIN Resources Ltd||0.026||37||30098204|
|JHL||Jayex Healthcare Ltd||0.062||35||3861089|
|ENV||Enova Mining Limited||0.03||30||1655958|
|CV1||Cv Check Ltd||0.15||30||1004346|
|PWN||Parkway Minls NL||0.009||29||21007308|
|NXM||Nexus Minerals Ltd||0.125||25||4929666|
|PLL||Piedmont Lithium Ltd||0.6||25||68001987|
|CXX||Cradle Resources Ltd||0.06||20||23006|
|DCX||Discovex Res Ltd||0.006||20||17037470|
The latest gold IPO Siren Gold (ASX:SNG) enjoyed a solid debut, finishing up 80 per cent. It is one of the few gold stocks offering exposure to New Zealand.
Also in resources, a number of rare earths stocks were hot today. One was WA play RareX (ASX:REE), which told shareholders it was beginning drilling at its project next month.
Another was American Rare Earths (ASX:ARR) which has been surging all week since telling shareholders on Monday it stands to benefit from US President Donald Trump’s executive order on critical minerals supply.
In tech, energy software-as-a-service firm Simble (ASX:SIS) climbed 36 per cent following a a $1m oversubscribed capital raising.
Online verification company CV Check (ASX:CV1) rose 30 per cent after its latest company update. It reported a 40 per cent jump in quarter-on-quarter sales “despite pandemic related shutdowns in New Zealand and Victoria”.
Gold junior Prodigy Gold (ASX:PRX) fell after releasing exploration results.