Closing Bell is Stockhead’s daily recap of the ASX’s biggest winners and losers during the trading day.

Data is taken at the market close – at 4.10pm AEDT.

Stocks highlighted in yellow rose (or fell) after making announcements during intraday trade.

 

WINNERS

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Code Company Price % Volume
RAG Ragnar Metals Ltd 0.071 129 146907183
CLZ Classic Min Ltd 0.002 100 46968347
FME Future Metals NL 0.23 89 30937887
CCE Carnegie Cln Energy 0.003 50 50155636
ECT Env Clean Tech Ltd. 0.0015 50 8891482
SUD Suda Pharmaceuticals 0.052 44 36927374
XTC Xantippe Res Ltd 0.002 33 9520000
TNT Tesserent Limited 0.26 27 22324594
GGX Gas2Grid Limited 0.0025 25 2084166
OEX Oilex Ltd 0.005 25 6794729
YPB YPB Group Ltd 0.0025 25 560000
COD Coda Minerals Ltd 1.45 23 1713810
AAU Antilles Gold Ltd 0.08 23 37140467
RAN Range International 0.016 23 7667692
CAP Carpentaria Resource 0.19 23 33644693
ACR Acrux Limited 0.14 22 4263274
AQS Aquis Ent Ltd 0.39 20 1512476
TIN Tnt Mines Limited 0.18 20 12018785
ONE Oneview Healthcare 0.56 19 6581021
PEC Perpetual Res Ltd 0.13 18 4450502
OPY Openpay Group 1.65 17 3426457
TRN Torrens Mining 0.275 17 4110335
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Ragnar Metals (ASX:RAG) led into midday trade and closed higher after the first drilling program at its fully-owned Tullsta nickel project in Sweden intersected “significant magmatic sulphide mineralisation” in one of its drill holes.

BNPL company Openpay (ASX:OPY) acquired Payment Assist, a UK BNPL firm specialising in the automotive sector. The company will pay £11.5 million ($21.3 million) upfront and says the deal triples it’s UK total transaction value.

Cybersecurity firm Tesserent (ASX:TNT) gained after a financial update – telling shareholders it now expects annualised turnover to June 30 of around $180m, up from its previous forecast of $150m.

And biotech Acrux (ASX:ACR) rose after the FDA gave it the long awaited green light to sell its toenail fungus treatment in the USA.

 

LOSERS

Code Company Price % Volume
MR1 Montem Resources 0.033 -53 38907976
ATU Atrum Coal Ltd 0.028 -40 43978703
ANL Amani Gold Ltd 0.001 -33 15060000
OAK Oakridge 0.001 -33 455887
GES Genesis Resources 0.012 -20 2113163
NME Nex Metals Explorat 0.025 -17 57887
KNM Kneomedia Limited 0.005 -17 1948429
MRD Mount Ridley Mines 0.005 -17 43449959
NGS NGS Ltd 0.17 -15 349019
ADY Admiralty Resources. 0.018 -14 38974
AO1 Assetowl Limited 0.006 -14 273030
ROG Red Sky Energy. 0.006 -14 44810332
PVE Po Valley Energy Ltd 0.028 -13 61250
ESH Esports Mogul Ltd 0.007 -13 5345248
MRQ Mrg Metals Limited 0.007 -13 6524754
AZI Alta Zinc Ltd 0.068 -12 2601309
AAP Australian Agri Ltd 0.023 -12 2164
A8G Australasian Gold 0.14 -11 407881
HRR Heron Resources 0.043 -10 512801
AS1 Angel Seafood 0.13 -10 1879422
CG1 Carbonxt Group 0.135 -10 199901
GLV Global Oil & Gas 0.018 -10 5552865
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Leading the laggards were Alberta focused coal stocks Montem Resources (ASX:MR1) and Atrum Coal (ASX:ATU).

Authorities in the Canadian province denied the application for the Grassy Mountain coal project and both companies crashed today – by 52 per cent and 40 per cent respectively.