Today on Stockhead, it’s time for an update on hydrogen, Tim Boreham’s plays of the week focus on sporty stocks, and JPMorgan says lithium will crash by… 40pc?

But first, to markets!




Gold: US$1,823.38  (+0.13%)

Silver: US$21.14 (+0.89%)

Nickel (3mth): US$18,723/t (-0.03%)

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Oil (Brent): US$84.48 (-1.55%)

Iron 62pc Fe: US$119.50/t (+0.04%)

AUD/USD: 0.6341 (+0.25%)

Bitcoin: US$27,670 (+0.49%)



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Dimerix (ASX:DXB) came out of a trading halt, hit 100% up ahead of lunch and at 3.30pm in Sydenham, the stock looked comfy, if not positively bouyant at +170%.

The clinical-stage Aussie biopharm announced it’s entered into an exclusive licence agreement for the European Economic Area, the UK, Switzerland, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand for the commercialisation of Dimerix’ Phase 3 drug candidate DMX-200.

And that’s a treatment in development for focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) kidney disease, following regulatory approval.

Here’s the X which set it all off.

Meanwhile, clean tech stock and global semiconductor developer BluGlass (ASX:BLG) joined an exclusive club, sharing the news it’s just been named a member of CLAWS.


Sadly, it’s not a secret cabal of super villains or a left-leaning plot to bring down Mi5 (or 6), but in fact the…

“Commercial Leap Ahead for Wide-bandgap Semiconductors (CLAWS) Hub”.

Turns out this is “one of eight Microelectronics Commons regional innovation hubs announced by the US Department of Defense (sic)”.

Also climbing the charts was Experience Co (ASX:EXP). Nothing new, although it is worth going back into the FY23 results of late August to say “well done to this kind of let’s-have-fun Aussie business, surviving through the let’s-not-have-fun pandemic”:

• Revenue of $108.6 million (FY22: $55.8 million) reflecting the strongest trading conditions since the emergence of the pandemic and the benefits of the diversification of the portfolio.
• Statutory net loss after tax of $0.5 million (FY22: $13.6 million loss).
• Underlying EBITDA profit of $11.3 million (FY22: $2.4million loss) reflecting the strongest trading result for the business since the onset of the pandemic
• Continued investment in growth including the expansion of Bamurru Plains, 2 new Treetops Adventure sites and the acquisition of the Australian Jump Pilot Academy.



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Winsome Resources (ASX:WR1) – pending release of details of a Canadian flow-through capital raising

QX Resources (ASX:QXR) – Pending an announcement regarding a proposed capital raising

FBR (ASX: FBR) – Pending a proposed capital raising