Closing Bell: Today’s biggest small cap movers on the ASX
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A quick wrap of the key winners and losers on Thursday, April 30.
Data is taken after the market closes at 4pm EST.
Stocks highlighted in yellow made potentially market-moving announcements during the day.
The share price of tiny explorer Tao Commodities (ASX:TAO) was up +65 per cent after early stage rock sampling returned high grades like 17.4 grams per tonne (g/t) gold and 8.760g/t silver at the Milford project in Utah.
Tao listed in 2018 with the Milford project as its flagship, but says previous exploration by the company had mostly focused on zinc, copper and lead.
Decmil (ASX:DCG) has scored two construction projects in Queensland and WA worth $36m.
The new government contracts – which bring the company’s order book to $411m — start within the next two months and Decmil will book first revenues this financial year.
Torian Resources (ASX:TNR) is in the winners column after announcing “an aggressive new wave of exploration programs” at the Mt Stirling gold project, next door to Red 5’s (ASX:RED) King of the Hills mine in the Eastern Goldfields.
And online recruitment play CV Check (ASX:CV1) has surpassed $10m in annualised recurring revenue (ARR) for the first time, sending the stock up +32 per cent for the day.