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 biggest movers – the winners and losers alike.
Data is taken at the market close – at 4.10pm AEDT.
Stocks highlighted in yellow rose (or fell) after making announcements during intraday trade.
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|ROG||Red Sky Energy||1.4||56||1393889895|
|MRD||Mount Ridley Mines||0.5||43||102120836|
|G88||Golden Mile Res||11.5||39||16061868|
|VPR||Volt Power Group||0.4||33||4203000|
|TMK||Tamaska Oil Gas||1.1||22||2163636|
Zoono Group (ASX:ZNO) gained 53.3 per cent to 92c after the Kiwi antimicrobial company announced that its flagship Microbe Shield surface sanitiser product had been proven effective against the human coronavirus that causes the common cold, and that Boeing had partnered with it to distribute the product globally.
Brookside Energy (ASX:BRK) rose 45 per cent to 2.9c after announcing that it had secured a drilling rig for its well in the Anadarko Basin in the US state of Oklahoma.
Stonehorse Energy (ASX:SHE), which has a step-in and joint venture arrangement with. Brookside, rose as well, gaining 45 per cent to 3.6c.
|APG||Austpac Resources NL||0.002||-33||508000|
|KP2||Kore Potash PLC||0.034||-13||13896397|
Newpeak Metals (ASX:NPM) fell 33.3 per cent to 0.2c following an update to its drilling program in Otago, New Zealand.
Exopharm (ASX:EX1) dropped 17.1 per cent to 58c after a setback to its preclinical study testing the efficacy of its exosome products to heal knee damage in mice. The mice’s knee joints had been damaged beyond repair, so there was no obviously cartilage cells available to respond to the treatment.