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
BAS Bass Oil Ltd 0.002 100 2492524
CCE Carnegie Cln Energy 0.002 100 16214754
VPR Volt Power Group 0.0035 75 20641033
HWK Hawkstone Mng Ltd 0.018 38 128541167
OEQ Orion Equities 0.175 35 381258
OEL Otto Energy Limited 0.013 30 11471869
VUL Vulcan Energy 6.44 29 4643752
VAL Valor Resources Ltd 0.007 27 86974682
BRL Bathurst Res Ltd. 0.054 26 4703497
LIT Lithium Australia NL 0.099 25 51441549
MBK Metal Bank Ltd 0.015 25 5793613
FPL Fremont Petroleum 0.005 25 23681506
ARR American Rare Earths 0.1 23 10776969
CDX Cardiex Limited 0.09 23 9929500
CYC Cyclopharm Limited 3.1 23 102543
TTB Total Brain Ltd 0.44 22 1086306
REE Rarex Limited 0.14 22 11307945
RNE Renu Energy Ltd 0.063 21 3317536
EGY Energy Tech Ltd 0.145 21 559567
RNU Renascor Res Ltd 0.018 20 26700771
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High flying lithium play Vulcan (ASX:VUL) gained another 30 per cent today.

Today’s catalyst for its rise was a Pre-Feasibility Study (PFS) on its Zero Carbon lithium project in Germany, which shows “reasonable” Phase 1 construction costs of about $1.09 billion.

Thanks to low operator costs, it would take just five years to pay that back.

Uranium play Valor Resources Ltd (ASX:VAL) rose off the back of no company news leading to a price query.

In response to the ASX, it mentioned Tolga Kumova’s reference to the company in his Stockhead interview as a possible reason for the move.



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It was tough week for large cap EFTPOS company Tyro Payments (ASX:TYR).

Earlier this week it announced its merchant customers have been experiencing an issue with 15 per cent of Tyro’s terminal fleet since Tuesday.

It fell another 12 per cent today before entering a trading halt pending a response to a report that it claimed made false assertions about the situation.