On Stockhead today, who’s cashing in as the energy wars break out, are the iron ore majors a sell, and there may still be a way to profit from China

But first … the day ahead.

Set to list at 11am AEST is Afterpay (ASX:APT) backed investment vehicle Touch Ventures (ASX:TVL)

Touch Ventures raised $100 million at 40 cents a share and is set to be capitalised at $285.3 million on its ASX debut.

TVL has made five investments prior to the release of its prospectus, totalling $75.4 million to date and it hopes to expand the portfolio over time.

 

TRADING HALTS

Wednesday

Wildcat Resources (ASX:WC8) – transaction
Hannans (ASX:HNR) – license due diligence
Castillo Copper (ASX:CCZ) – project acquisitions
Nova Minerals (ASX:NVA) – capital raising
Castle Minerals (ASX:CDT) – capital raising
Stemcell (ASX:SCU) – joint venture
Ultima United (ASX:UUL) – Hokkaido Development update

Thursday

Eastern Iron (ASX:EFE) – updated mining study

 

MARKETS

Gold: $US1,733.91 ($2,394.88) (-0.13%)

Silver: $US22.44 ($30.99) (-0.91%)

Oil (WTI): $US78.12 (-1.46%)

Oil (Brent): $US74.59 (-1.76%)

Coal: $US210.00 (+2.56%)

Iron 62pc Fe: $US119.89 (-0.28%)

AUD/USD: $US0.7235 (-0.69%)

Bitcoin: $US41,885.83 ($57,852.71) (-2.08%)

 

WHAT GOT YOU TALKING YESTERDAY?

Li-S Energy’s (ASX:LIS) listing yesterday caught your attention.


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YESTERDAY’S BIGGEST WINNERS

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Yesterday, three companies listed and two of them topped the bourse in battery tech stock  Li-S Energy (ASX:LIS) and base metals explorer Dalaroo Metals (ASX:DAL).

Ironbark Zinc (ASX:IBG) rose after appointing former foreign minister Alexander Downer to its board.

Singaporean telco Tuas (ASX:TUA) rocketed after releasing its financial results.

Queensland focused gold explorer Cannindah Resources (ASX:CAE) climbed off the back of its assay results.

And AuMake (ASX:AUK) climbed after unveiling some growth initiatives in the New Zealand market.

 

YESTERDAY’S BIGGEST LOSERS

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Koonenberry (ASX:KNB) did not have as spectacular a debut, retreating 15%.

WA lithium play Essential Metals (ASX:ESS) fell after a company update. Although the company said it was preparing to transition the area to development ready status and assay results were expected soon, it revealed the drilling “does not appear to have identified a new, large lithium-mineralised pegmatite.”