On Stockhead today, how are we going to double cobalt stocks in 8 years, gold and silver stocks with potential near-term upside, and all the ways oil could go up… more.

But first … the day ahead.

 

Set to list at 12pm AEDT is African gold, lithium and uranium explorer Haranga Resources (ASX:HAR).

Followed at 12:30pm AEDT by Great Boulder Resources (ASX:GBR) spinoff Cosmos Metals (ASX:CMO).

 

 

TRADING HALTS

Alloggio Group (ASX:ALO) — Acquisition
Agrimin Ltd (ASX:AMN) — Capital raising

 

MARKETS (prices updated at 8am AEDT)

Gold: $US1,817.30 ($2,555.60) (-1.65%)

Silver: $US23.47 ($33.00) (-1.45%)

Oil (WTI): $US87.05 (+1.70%)

Oil (Brent): $US89.62 (+1.61%)

Coal: $US227.30 (+0.90%)

Iron 62pc Fe: $US129.40 (-0.42%)

AUD/USD: $US0.7111 (-0.56%)

Bitcoin: $US37,050 (+0.50%)

 

WHAT GOT YOU TALKING THE OTHER DAY?

Nickel prices caught your eye.

 

And Critical Resources (ASX:CRR) staked more ground around its new Graphic Lake lithium project.


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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.

 

TUESDAY’S BIGGEST WINNERS

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

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Among stocks with news, winners were more few and far between on Tuesday, although did someone say BNPL?

Penny stock recruitment business Applyflow (ASX:AFW) got a boost after announcing it had booked the first revenues for Applypay — its instalment-based finance offering for recruitment services fees.

The platform “permits employers to use Applypay to pay recruiter invoices upfront in return for employers making four equal monthly instalment payments to Applypay”, AFW said.

Also on the winner’s list was digital health player 1st Group (ASX:1ST), which inked a $2.5m equity funding deal with private equity firm Adcock in connection with the acquisition of telehealth platform Visionflex.

And wearable nasal technology company Rhinomed (ASX:RNO) got a lift following the release of its December 4C filing, where the company flagged a 63% lift in cash receipts to $2.53m.

 

TUESDAY’S BIGGEST LOSERS

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

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