For those people dodging social media don’t worry — this lunch wrap will be your oasis from GoT spoilers.

But we can talk about Endgame, and the fact it’s about to end Avatar’s decade-long reign as the biggest movie of all time.

(Which is a pretty amazing run for a movie that wasn’t even that great.)

Plus, the Detective Pikachu cinematographer is stoked that his  “CGI monstrosities” look less awful than Sonic’s.

“And I’m sorry, I don’t care who I upset by saying that,” Pikachu’s John Mathieson says.

US markets, on the other hand, were looking good on Friday. Commsec says investors were encouraged by strong employment and wage growth data, supported by solid company earnings results.

Then Donald Trump threatened China with higher tariffs — which saw local markets drop in morning trade with the ASX Small Ords plummeting 44.7 points to 2802.

Here are the key ASX small cap winners and losers at lunch Monday May 6:

GOING UP

Shares in Bubs Australia (ASX:BUB) have once again hit a new all-time high after launching a new range of organic, grass-fed cattle milk infant formula.

Robot house-shell builder FBR (ASX:FBR) has struck another joint venture this time with a local partner rather than a global behemoth — and its shares are going nuts.

Hawkstone Mining (ASX:HWK) was up 38 per cent in morning trade after hitting thick high grade (and shallow) lithium in Arizona, while fellow lithium play Liontown (ASX:LTR) was also up 35 per cent, this time on no news.

The WA explorer is now up almost 100 per cent since the start of May.

And Volvo likes an interactive VR experience from ServTech (ASX: SVT) so much it’s going to implement it, sending the stock up 18 per cent in morning trade.

The Italian subsidiaries of these companies signed a one-year agreement where ServTech will help Volvo roll out VR technology in its vehicles and sales operations.

Here are the best performing ASX small cap stocks at 12pm Monday May 6:  

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Ticker Name Price % Chg Market Cap Volume
SRO Shareroot 0.002 100% $3,100,000 250.0k
ADD Adavale Resources 0.003 50% $330,000 4.3k
AYR Alloy Resources 0.003 50% $4,700,000 10.0k
PBX Pacific Bauxite 0.01 43% $3,600,000 1.2M
HWK Hawkstone Mining 0.02 38% $10,300,000 587.5k
LTR Liontown Resources 0.05 35% $77,100,000 57.8M
MLS Metals Australia 0.002 33% $5,400,000 915.0k
PWN Parkway Minerals 0.004 33% $2,400,000 1.0M
PSM Peninsula Mines 0.005 25% $4,300,000 537.4k
SYT Syntonic 0.005 25% $16,200,000 8.2M
TV2 TV2U International 0.005 25% $11,100,000 1.0M
CM8 Crowd Media 0.02 23% $3,700,000 1.2M
DW8 Digital Wine Ventures 0.006 20% $5,400,000 2.6M
RFN Reffind 0.006 20% $3,100,000 1.0M
SRN Surefire Resources 0.006 20% $3,000,000 141.0k
FBR FBR 0.09 19% $123,500,000 11.1M
MEB Medibio 0.013 18% $3,200,000 66.5k
SRZ Stellar Resources 0.013 18% $4,900,000 2.9k
SUP Superior Lake Resources 0.03 18% $22,500,000 1.5M
NVO NVOI 0.02 18% $20,700,000 56.3M
SVT ServTech Global 0.02 18% $12,500,000 15.6M
BUB Bubs Australia 1.55 17% $754,200,000 28.6M

 

GOING DOWN

 

Here are the worst performing ASX small cap stocks at 12pm Monday May 6:  

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Ticker Name Price % Chg Market Cap Volume
TMK Tamaska Oil & Gas 0.001 -50% $2,000,000 14.0M
PCH Property Connect 0.003 -25% $2,100,000 100.0k
MZN Marindi Metals 0.003 -25% $6,300,000 6.5M
KLH Kalia 0.0015 -25% $3,800,000 4.6M
GES Genesis Resources 0.01 -25% $4,700,000 30.0k
DRE Dreadnought Resources 0.003 -25% $3,300,000 20.2k
CGA Contango Asset Management 0.34 -24% $16,700,000 2.4k
MRQ MRG Metals 0.004 -20% $2,700,000 1.0M
GMC Gulf Manganese 0.004 -20% $16,900,000 3.2M
CTO Citigold 0.004 -20% $8,600,000 96.9k
AUL Austar Gold 0.004 -20% $13,600,000 780.0k
IPD ImpediMed 0.22 -19% $81,700,000 3.5M
HLX Helix Resources 0.02 -17% $8,100,000 718.0k
IEC Intra Energy 0.02 -15% $6,600,000 2.7M
MGL Magontec 0.02 -15% $26,200,000 1.8M
ESR Estrella Resources 0.012 -14% $6,400,000 1.1M
CI1 Credit Intelligence 0.012 -14% $9,800,000 1.8M
OKR Okapi Resources 0.13 -14% $4,300,000 86.9k
XTD XTD 0.03 -13% $3,600,000 1.8k