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.



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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.



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.