A quick wrap of the key winners and losers on Tuesday, April 28.

Data is taken after the market closes at 4pm EST.

Stocks highlighted in yellow made potentially market-moving announcements during the day.



RFN Reffind 0.003 150.00% $1.0M
LHM Land Homes 0.005 150.00% $2.1M
VAL Valor Resources 0.002 100.00% $1.9M
CHK Cohiba Minerals 0.006 50.00% $2.7M
SW1 Swift Networks 0.021 50.00% $3.4M
RAG Ragnar Metals 0.006 50.00% $1.3M
CLZ Classic Minerals 0.002 50.00% $7.4M
GTE GTE 0.002 50.00% $1.3M
FRX Flexiroam 0.016 45.45% $3.4M
MPW MSL Solutions 0.036 44.00% $8.1M
ATP Atlas Pearls 0.007 40.00% $2.1M
KP2 Kore Potash DRC 0.015 36.36% $17.1M
LVH LiveHire 0.3 36.36% $66.5M
OAR Oakdale Resources 0.004 33.33% $1.9M
ERM Emmerson Resources 0.097 32.88% $31.0M
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Reffind (ASX:RFN) says a strategic review shows that its employee engagement and recognition platform Wooboard “now has increased relevance to small, medium and large businesses due to the global surge in employees working remotely brought on by COVID-19”.

Tiddler Oakdale Resources (ASX:OAR) jumped 33 per cent on ‘nearology’ after acquiring an exploration project 8km from Chalice Gold Mines’ (ASX:CHN) Julimar nickel-PGE discovery near Perth in WA.

And LiveHire (ASX:LVH) announced a new contact win in North America.



PWY Parkway Minerals 0.001 -50.00% $6.7M
KGM Kalnorth Gold Mines 0.012 -40.00% $17.9M
FGO Flamingo 0.001 -33.33% $1.1M
MGT Magnetite Mines 0.002 -33.33% $2.9M
BMG BMG Resources 0.001 -33.33% $585K
TYX Tyranna Resources 0.002 -33.33% $3.2M
AGE Alligator Energy 0.003 -25.00% $5.7M
MCT Metalicity 0.003 -25.00% $2.9M
IMS Impelus 0.003 -25.00% $2.4M
GMR Golden Rim 0.006 -25.00% $7.4M
SRZ Stellar Resources 0.007 -22.22% $3.1M
PEN Peninsula Energy 0.142 -20.83% $56.7M
ELT Elementos 0.002 -20.00% $5.1M
DLC Delecta 0.004 -20.00% $3.5M
FMS Flinders Mines 0.026 -18.75% $111.5M
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Explorer Metalicity (ASX:MCT) announced a $1m cap raise to fund drilling at its Kookynie gold project.

Flinders Mines (ASX:FMS) says about $8.7m — or 60 per cent — of its $14.5m entitlement offer was taken up. There will be no allocation or placement of the remaining new shares.

“We note the support shown by some shareholders and as a result of the capital raise falling short of the requirements, the company will assess the process and timing for a further capital raise to satisfy the required completion of the loan repayment to PIO by 30 June 2020,” Flinders’ independent non-executive chairman, Neil Warburton, said.