After another steady move higher in August, markets have come off the boil as the ASX 200 posted its second straight daily fall to start the week.

The index followed up yesterday’s 0.6% fall with a 0.8% drop, with consistent declines across all the major sectors.

Leading the laggards was the ASX 200 Financials index which fell by around 1.65%, dragged lower by Commonwealth Bank (ASX:CBA) which posted its fourth straight day of losses to fall back below $100.

BIG CAP WINNERS

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Code Name Price % Change Volume Market Cap
ASM Ausstratmaterials 11.27 4.9% 1,050,894 $1,498,294,504
SDF Steadfast Group Ltd 4.9 4.5% 4,703,876 $4,087,369,865
DHG Domain Holdings Aus 4.87 4.3% 2,503,227 $2,728,511,428
PSI Psc Insurance Ltd 3.9 4.0% 1,151,500 $1,208,393,168
OCL Objective Corp 19.15 3.7% 117,962 $1,739,931,074
FPH Fisher & Paykel 30.87 3.7% 355,479 $17,164,135,351
CAR Carsales.Com 24.21 3.2% 1,804,220 $6,614,936,014
YAL Yancoal Aust Ltd 2.4 3.0% 135,251 $3,076,623,888
TWE Treasury Wine Estate 12.6 2.6% 1,443,662 $8,864,295,601
RMD ResMed Inc 38.22 2.5% 663,849 $15,353,624,436
RWC Reliance Worldwide 5.83 2.5% 1,678,190 $4,495,639,213
KGN Kogan.Com Ltd 11.7 2.5% 1,039,340 $1,216,933,049
DOW Downer EDI Limited 6.34 2.1% 2,824,333 $4,324,949,228
EDV Endeavour 7.3 2.0% 3,173,365 $12,823,416,922
JBH JB Hi-Fi Limited 50.47 1.9% 738,264 $5,690,173,415

Among stocks with news, gains were led by insurance brokerage firm Steadfast Group (ASX:SDF), which announced the completion of a successful institutional share placement to raise $200m.

Online real estate marketplace Domain Holdings (ASX:DHG) led the way in reporting season, finishing 4.3% higher after posting a 66% increase in post tax profits to $34.3m.

And another insurance player, PSC Insurance (ASX:PSI) also gained after announcing it’s entered into a binding agreement to acquire the insurance broking network of Alliance Insurance for $24.5m. PSI said it expects the transaction to contribute accretive EBITDA of $3m within the first 12 months.

BIG CAP LOSERS

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Code Name Price % Change Volume Market Cap
SZL Sezzle Inc 7.23 -12.0% 1,593,118 $1,625,456,527
MFG Magellan Fin Grp Ltd 46.39 -9.8% 1,655,867 $9,450,674,779
BRG Breville Group Ltd 30.4 -8.8% 1,275,626 $4,633,675,813
LYC Lynas Rare Earths 6.92 -7.9% 7,543,150 $6,767,100,128
PDN Paladin Energy Ltd 0.4525 -5.7% 24,959,042 $1,285,387,714
PLS Pilbara Min Ltd 2.2 -5.6% 22,631,023 $6,762,006,583
PPK PPK Group Limited 15.79 -5.1% 264,873 $1,480,931,318
BPT Beach Energy Limited 1.035 -5.0% 21,307,767 $2,486,653,685
MCY Mercury NZ Limited 6.46 -5.0% 34,367 $9,263,646,344
DDR Dicker Data Limited 14.11 -4.8% 177,303 $2,560,597,155
360 Life360 Inc. 8.18 -4.7% 269,077 $1,305,765,670
MIN Mineral Resources 57.5 -4.4% 975,387 $11,356,244,037
TYR Tyro Payments 3.33 -4.3% 1,440,022 $1,783,556,432
A2M The A2 Milk Company 6.41 -4.0% 10,568,842 $4,966,651,182

Falls were led by $1.6bn BNPL player Sezzle (ASX:SZL), which slumped more than 12% after releasing its quarterly Form 10-Q trading update to the US Securities & Exchange Commission.

The company reported a quarterly pre-tax loss of US$19m on revenues of US$27.845m, with expenses included a provision for uncollectible accounts of $13.847m.