On Stockhead today, the ultimate investor’s guide to CBD oil, stock tips to make you feel good about China, and will the Evergrande saga be good for Bitcoin?

But first … the day ahead.

 

Set to list at 12pm AEST is NSW explorer Koonenberry Gold (ASX:KNB). They’ll be followed at 11:30am AEST by SSH Group (ASX:SSH) which provides security and labour hire to the construction, mining, civil and government market sectors in Western Australia.

And finally, Way2VAT (ASX:W2V) will list at 1pm AEST.

The technology company is headquartered in Israel that has developed a platform to provide clients with a seamless VAT and GST reclaim service.

 

TRADING HALTS

Friday

Fe (ASX:FEL) – potential acquisition
Eastern Iron (ASX:EFE) – capital raising
intelliHR (ASX:IHR) – capital raising
Sky Network Television (ASX:SKT) – share consolidation

Monday

Locksley Resources (ASX:LKY) – price and volume query
Avira Resources (ASX:AVW) – capital raising
Sunshine Gold (ASX:SHN) – capital raising
Comet Resources (ASX:CRL) – metallurgical test work results

 

MARKETS

Gold: $US1,753.27 ($2,403.96) (-2.19%)

Silver: $US22.90 ($31.40) (-3.89%)

Oil (WTI): $US72.57 (-0.06%)

Oil (Brent): $US74.59 (+0.19%)

Coal: $US177.50 (+0.03%)

Iron 62pc Fe: $US119.96 (-3.38%)

AUD/USD: $US0.7294 (-0.53%)

Bitcoin: $US47,284.15 (-1.57%)

 

WHAT GOT YOU TALKING YESTERDAY?

Uranium is still the talk of the town.

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Also, be sure to check in at 10.20am each day for our daily ‘10 at 10’ column — a live summary of winners & losers at the opening bell.

 

YESTERDAY’S BIGGEST WINNERS

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Leading the small cap pack today (in percentage terms) was resources minnow Twenty Seven Co (ASX:TSC), which ticked higher to 0.7c and held its gains after geochemical surveys revealed new lithium and tin targets at its full-owned Trident project in NSW.

TSC said a broader geochemical sampling program is now on the cards in the next few weeks, ahead of planned drill testing of high-priority targets over the next few months.

Jupiter Energy (ASX:JPR), which often jumps on no news, rose strongly today after announcing a legally valid agreement with a Kazakh-registered company to develop three of the company’s oilfields in Kazakhstan towards gas utilisation.

Shares in JPR initially more than doubled before easing back in afternoon trade.

Elsewhere, it was largely resource companies that populated the winner’s list, led by Cullen Resources (ASX:CUL) which rose by around 30%.

Cullen came out of a trading halt with news that it had identified nickel sulphides at its Wongan Hills project in WA.

And embattled retailer Myer (ASX:MYR) also made a rare appearance after its annual report confirmed a return to full-year profits.

After slumping to 9c in the March 2020 selloff, MYR shares have now rebounded to 60c.

 

YESTERDAY’S BIGGEST LOSERS

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