Lunchtime ASX small cap wrap: Who’s getting on board today?
They say dogs are humans’ best friends, and one particular pup has taken to imitating its owner’s love for skating:
This is Duke. He had a long day at the skatepark. Struggled at first but eventually persevered like the legend he is. 14/10 pic.twitter.com/fuINrnim6R
— WeRateDogs® (@dog_rates) September 25, 2019
This dog is better at skating today than your author has ever been in his life.
Getting on board today was the ASX Small Ords, up 0.28 per cent to 2892 points, while the ASX 200 fell 0.22 per cent to 6695 points.
Many eyes are on the US, with the possibility that President Donald Trump may be impeached. Maybe.
Meanwhile, there are just two days left until the AFL Grand Final, and GWS memes are flying thick and fast on Twitter.
Topping the tables with a 181 per cent rise was Stavely Minerals (ASX:SVY), which stunned the market with a 40 per cent copper hit at its namesake project in Victoria.
Drilling assay results from the Thursday’s Gossan prospect revealed a monstrous shallow, very high grade intersection — 32m at 5.88 per cent copper, 1g/t gold, and 58g/t silver.
That sent the company’s shares as high as 70c; an all-time high.
Meanwhile, Bionomics’ (ASX:BNO) announcement that it is looking at redoing its failed PTSD clinical trial sent its shares up 47 per cent shortly before lunch.
Here are the best performing ASX small cap stocks at lunchtime, Thursday September 26:
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