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 4.10pm AEDT.

Stocks highlighted in yellow rose after making announcements.

 

WINNERS

Code Company Price % Volume
BPH BPH Energy Ltd 0.21 121 138468279
APG Austpac Resources NL 0.002 100 1250000
CCE Carnegie Cln Energy 0.003 100 384409607
LKE Lake Resources 0.395 55 69173134
RNU Renascor Res Ltd 0.042 50 148111624
ANL Amani Gold Ltd 0.0015 50 19670180
CYQ Cycliq Group Ltd 0.003 50 40267299
ROG Red Sky Energy. 0.003 50 2825059
HWK Hawkstone Mng Ltd 0.039 44 140561265
MNB Minbos Resources Ltd 0.1 43 33565339
BAT Battery Minerals Ltd 0.039 39 149115288
MNS Magnis Energy Tech 0.25 35 29598213
SES Secos Group Ltd 0.33 35 5208184
BUY Bounty Oil & Gas NL 0.035 35 97333519
ANW Aus Tin Mining 0.002 33 81384057
UUV UUV Aquabotix Ltd 0.002 33 147649475
XPE Xped Limited 0.004 33 4290921
AWN AWN Holdings Limited 1.35 32 267860
MRQ Mrg Metals Limited 0.017 31 79503993
CZNDA Corazon Ltd 0.065 30 3376938
IRD Iron Road Ltd 0.355 29 1046691
MGT Magnetite Mines 0.027 29 84169998

Rising off the back of strong quarterly reports were safety camera and light maker Cycliq Group (ASX:CYQ), compostible plastics play Secos (ASX:SES) and lithium stock Lake Resources (ASX:LKE).

The latter stock also announced it would be closing a capital raising deal early after it was heavily oversubscribed

Among other movers, South Australian graphite play Renascor Resources (ASX:RNU) announced an offtake MOU with a Chinese customer for 10,000 tonnes per annum of Renascor’s purified spherical graphite (PSG) product.

Investment company Arowana (ASX:AWN) revealed that one of its subsidiaries, VivoPower has signed an agreement with GB vehicles to help it import electric vehicle kits and electric Toyotas.

The deal was worth US$250 million over a four year period and the companies say it is the most valuable EV deal in the Australasian region to date.

 

LOSERS

Code Company Price % Volume
CLZ Classic Min Ltd 0.001 -33 42155814
GES Genesis Resources 0.01 -23 939500
MYL Myanmar Metals 0.08 -20 27497350
DTR Dateline Resources 0.002 -20 620589
GGX Gas2Grid Limited 0.004 -20 799999
LNY Laneway Res Ltd 0.0065 -19 11627683
BCK Brockman Mining Ltd 0.046 -18 679853
HLX Helix Resources 0.014 -18 14785385
PKD Parkd Ltd 0.029 -17 663401
EFE Eastern Iron 0.01 -17 14266167
EMT Emetals Limited 0.041 -16 7973031
MSR Manas Res Ltd 0.006 -14 2215266
NPM Newpeak Metals 0.003 -14 7616886
RDS Redstone Resources 0.012 -14 1567600
SRH Saferoads Holdings 0.24 -14 30000
AMA AMA Group Limited 0.635 -14 47643528
DAV Davenport Resources 0.055 -14 6309865
NME Nex Metals Explorat 0.049 -14 678397
CM8 Crowd Media Limited 0.05 -14 19258205
C6C Copper Mountain 2.22 -13 50739
TPW Temple & Webster Ltd 11.72 -13 2064675

Junior gold producer Laneway Resources (ASX:LNY) fell after a production update in which it revealed its operations were currently suspended due to heavy rainfall from Cyclones Imogen and Kimi.

Automotive care and accessories outlet AMA Group (ASX:AMA) informed its shareholders its CEO Andrew Hopkins was suing the company.

Hopkins is alleging oppression as a minority shareholder after an independent forensic investigation into undisclosed allegations made against him in late September. The company said it cannot dismiss him prior to a further hearing but it would be defending the matter.