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Fertiliser company Kore Potash (ASX:KP2) got its second speeding ticket in two weeks, after the stock ripped higher on no news prompting a price query from the ASX.

As with its March 16 price query, KP2 responded by saying it wasn’t aware of any information that would prompt such a surge in demand.

Shares in KP2 (which operates two fertiliser projects in the Republic of Congo) are up almost 200pc for the month, having opened on March 1 at 1.6c and close today at 4.6c.

Also ticking higher was healthcare microcap Analytica Ltd (ASX:ALT), which produces an e-health treatment system for women who suffer Stress Urinary Incontinence.

Shares in ALT ticked higher after the company announced it had lined up a Chinese distribution deal for its PeriCoach pelvic floor exercise system.