On Stockhead today, the small caps that won and lost in April, the commodities that won and lost in April, and the BNPLs that- wait… some BNPLs won?

But first, the day ahead.

 

WHO’S LISTING?

Sierra Nevada Gold (ASX:SNX)

Listing: 3 May

IPO: $12.5m at $0.50

This explorer is building a pipeline of precious and base metal discoveries in Nevada, USA.

Its portfolio includes the Blackhawk  polymetallic silver-gold epithermal discovery and the Blackhawk porphyry copper-gold discovery.

SNG also has the Warrior, New Pass and Colorback gold projects.

Around 12,000m of drilling is planned over the next 12 months.

 

TRADING HALTS

The following companies are in trading halts and are expected out in the coming days:

Miramar Resources (ASX:M2R) – Capital raising

Ionic Rare Earths (ASX:IXR) – Mineral resource estimate at Makuutu

Resource Mining Corporation (ASX:RMI) – Potential acquisition

Eastern Iron (ASX:EFE) – Material transaction

Theta Gold Mines (ASX:TGM) – Private placement and capital raise

Emvision Medical Devices (ASX:EMV) – Strategic agreement

AVZ Minerals (ASX:AVZ) – Material announcement relating to Manono Lithium and Tin Project

Family Zone Cyber Safety (ASX:FZO) – Capital raising

Canyon Resources (ASX:CAY) – Announcement relating to BFS at Minim Martap Bauxite Project

Buru Energy (ASX:BRU) – Relating to a rights issue

White Rock Minerals (ASX:WRM) – Equity raising

Zinc of Ireland (ASX:ZMI) – Capital raising

QEM Ltd (ASX:QEM) – Capital raising

Peppermint Innovation (ASX:PIL) – Important licence for the company in the Phillipines

Felix Group Holdings (ASX:FLX) – Capital raising

 

MARKETS (updated at 8am AEDT)

Gold: $US1,885.00 (-0.60%)

Silver: $US22.76 (+0.11%)

Nickel (3mth): $US32,500/t (-2.32%)

Copper (3mth): $US9,769/t (+0.75%)

Oil (WTI): $US104.45 (-0.25%)

Oil (Brent): $US106.84 (-0.52%)

Aust Coking Coal (steelmaking): $406.7/t (-9.6%)

Newcastle Coal (thermal): $264/t (+2.0%)

Iron 62pc Fe: $US142.00 (+2.90%)

AUD/USD: $US0.704(-0.15%)

Bitcoin: $US38,831 (+0.85%)

 

WHAT GOT YOU TALKING YESTERDAY?

Great Northern got you talking.

The company has been awarded a new exploration tenement, which will allow it to accelerate exploration across the Camel Creek gold-antimony project in northern Queensland.

 

And all things gold.

The precious commodity was hammered last week but experts believe the ensuing selloff in ASX gold stocks currently presents a buying opportunity.

 

 

YESTERDAY’S BIGGEST SMALL CAP WINNERS

(Stocks highlighted in yellow rose after making announcements during the trading day).

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Seafood wrangler East 33 (ASX:E33)  has made the wreckage of last week but a distant memory, with the share price going off like a raw oyster in the sun, peaking at over 120% before settling to a more cheerful 82% gain at the close.

The secret sauce? The company says the ‘inclement weather’ – that’s the insane rain that’s been falling since like, forever just vindicating its geographic diversification strategy – meaning the lads and lasses got in a decent oyster harvest.

Another little bunny of a stock AdRabbit (ASX:RAB) reduced quarterly spend on marketing and promos to focus on  getting its next-gen Software-as-a-Software (SaaS) platform kicking more advertising goals. The company designs and creates various templates for social media ads and marketing via their AI platform.

YESTERDAY’S BIGGEST SMALL CAP LOSERS

(Stocks highlighted in yellow fell after making announcements during the trading day).

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Shares in Imugene (ASX:IMU) slid ~13% yesterday to 19 cents after it announced it had terminated its supply agreement with MSD, a tradename of Merck & Co.