Closing Bell is Stockhead’s daily recap of the ASX’s biggest movers – the winners and losers alike.

Data is taken at the market close – at 4pm AEDT.

Stocks highlighted in yellow rose after making announcements.

Code Company Price % Volume Mkt Cap
YPB YPB Group 0.004 100 234834638 8456717.958
NC6 Nanollose 0.135 75 23477423 9143680.315
ODY Odyssey Gold 0.069 60 32414114 19458809.57
SHE Stonehorse Energy 0.025 39 36762931 7108016.148
ASN Anson Resources 0.061 30 84818870 40865543.17
AVA AVA Risk Group 0.645 29 6306707 120689701
OCC Orthocell 0.585 27 15170380 85278000.22
RFN Reffind 0.0025 25 27040221 3364873.406
SRZ Stellar Resources 0.021 24 1309855 11185693.46
SYA Sayona Mining 0.044 22 313709219 122257106.6
REZ Resourc & En Grp 0.057 21 16672304 20288997.08
PRL Province Resources 0.019 19 10779324 10736305.86
VMT Vmoto 0.485 18 2819380 113712481.2
HLX Helix Resources 0.013 18 16144644 8735319.208
ATH Alterity Therap 0.04 18 60611239 69052299.25
PF1 Pathfinder Resources 0.335 18 1068798 14171394.15
SOR Strategic Elements 0.475 17 34203981 153243855.9
PEC Perpetual Res 0.069 17 4723974 26433675.78
RHI Red Hill Iron 0.35 17 11428 17963444.7
DLC Delecta Limited 0.007 17 11931106 6051727.23

YPG Group (ASX:YPG) was the biggest gainer, rising 100 per cent to 0.4c after the product authentication company announced it had secured a $1 million contract with Legitifi, a product authentication distributor focsed on the USA reseller market for apparel and sneakers.

Odyssey Gold (ASX:ODY) was the third-biggest gainer, soaring 60.5 per cent to 6.9c after the Perth-based junior explorer announced it had uncovered a number of previously undisclosed high-grade drilling results at its Tuckanarra and Stakewell gold projects in WA’s Murchison Goldfields.

Ava Risk Group (ASX:AVA) rose 29 per cent to 64.5c after the intrusion detection company announced first-half revenue was up 70 per cent to $35 million, with operating profit rising around 450 per cent to $12 million.

Code Company Price % Volume
CCE Carnegie Cln Energy 0.001 -33 9315631 $ 17,298,102.84
CST Castile Resources 0.22 -27 6184594 $ 59,913,036.30
SEG Sports Ent Gr 0.2 -23 15000 $ 60,086,274.56
DDD 3D Resources 0.004 -20 6610699 $ 18,076,860.46
FPL Fremont Petroleum 0.004 -20 49184449 $ 23,375,895.94
TPD Talon Petroleum 0.004 -20 5504499 $ 21,758,947.63
CAE Cannindah Resources 0.025 -19 35934 $ 8,879,784.06
MXR Maximus Resources 0.13 -16 4619179 $ 18,880,865.58
AAJ Aruma Resources 0.006 -14 1343830 $ 11,125,897.33
AZI Alta Zinc 0.006 -14 14042130 $ 25,274,894.23
MBK Metal Bank 0.012 -14 2114675 $ 16,583,116.26
PGY Pilot Energy 0.03 -14 1654293 $ 7,234,904.04
RXL Rox Resources 0.043 -14 42089114 $ 102,491,423.15
MPH Mediland Pharm 0.056 -14 108530 $ 20,329,634.65
EQE Equus Mining 0.013 -13 3330531 $ 27,063,513.66
ORN Orion Minerals 0.026 -13 222240 $ 102,411,561.45
BKT Black Rock Mining 0.1 -13 3820371 $ 82,016,598.84
WJA Wameja 0.1 -13 748800 $ 139,247,826.13
FNT Frontier Resources 0.02 -13 30393355 $ 11,249,344.57
AGR Aguia Res 0.082 -13 452182 $ 26,376,562.81
ADY Admiralty Resources. 0.014 -12 990741 $ 18,546,155.18

On the flip side, Castile Resources (ASX:CST) dropped 26.7 per cent to 22c after the explorer announced that drilling at its Ganymede and Jupiter West projects in the NT “did not return high-grade intercepts”.

Rox Resources (ASX:RXL) also fell on a drilling update, dropping 14 per cent to 4.3c.