Good morning, and welcome to Stockhead’s Top 10 at shortly-before-11-ish, which is meant to highlight the best (and sometimes worst) performing ASX stocks in morning trade using live data, to provide a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest movers in percentage terms.

The market opens at 10am (eastern time) and the data is taken at 10:15am, once every ASX stock has started trading – for better or worse – and then I do my best to make sense of who’s moving where and why it might be happening.

Local markets have opened higher, following a rally on Wall Street overnight, which has moved the ASX 200 benchmark about 0.6% in a better direction than the one it was headed for most of yesterday.

Here’s what’s been happening since the doors were opened this morning



Stocks highlighted in yellow have made market-moving announcements (click headings to sort).

Code Description Last % Volume MktCap
W2V Way2Vat Ltd 0.02 43% 21,169,963 $9,122,518
JBY James Bay Minerals 0.2 43% 422,089 $4,542,300
ATH Alterity Therapeutics 0.005 25% 30,982 $17,531,019
RMX Red Mount Mining 0.0025 25% 245,721 $5,347,152
RR1 Reach Resources Ltd 0.0025 25% 1,047,285 $6,420,594
PRX Prodigy Gold NL 0.007 17% 16,105,112 $10,506,647
ATC Altech Batt Ltd 0.073 16% 4,978,322 $104,159,531
EGR Ecograf Limited 0.15 15% 49,202 $59,024,136
E33 East 33 Limited. 0.023 15% 680,324 $10,741,774
TG1 Techgen Metals Ltd 0.0435 14% 267,115 $4,831,038
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James Bay Minerals (ASX:JBY) reports that a review of aeromagnetic and spectromagnetic survey results across its flagship Joule Property, within the 100%-owned La Grande Lithium Project in the James Bay region of Quebec, Canada, has generated significant new rare earths and uranium targets.

Way2VAT (ASX:W2V) has launched the world’s first AI-driven automated accounts payable auditing product, which the company calls “AI-AP Compliance”, designed to work hand-in-hand with its existing suite of AI-powered VAT/GST claim and return solutions.

GreenTech Metals (ASX:GRE) is moving this morning, possibly in response to the company’s presentation at the RIU Explorers conference, but it’s hard to tell.

Hammer Metals (ASX:HMX) is continuing its climb from yesterday, following a positive update delivered to the market on its copper hunting exploits in Queenland’s Mt Isa region.



Stocks highlighted in yellow have made market-moving announcements (click headings to sort).

Code Description Last % Volume MktCap
1MC Morella Corporation 0.003 -25% 4,000 $24,715,198
CTN Catalina Resources 0.004 -20% 500,000 $6,192,434
IND Industrialminerals 0.25 -19% 308,684 $21,315,600
INV Investsmart Group 0.125 -19% 70,000 $22,115,475
VTI Vision Tech Inc 0.23 -15% 10,000 $14,332,410
BUY Bounty Oil & Gas NL 0.006 -14% 175,000 $10,489,507
JTL Jayex Technology Ltd 0.006 -14% 200,000 $1,968,950
ADY Admiralty Resources. 0.007 -13% 22,000 $10,428,633
KGD Kula Gold Limited 0.007 -13% 770,805 $3,385,695
OSL Oncosil Medical 0.007 -13% 43,863 $15,796,329
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Uncertainty surrounding a move by NSW to protect coastal waters from offshore drilling is playing havoc with Bounty Oil & Gas (ASX:BUY), despite the company reassuring investors that its PEP 11 well is well beyond the 3 nautical mile exclusion zone, and that it intends to keep exploring.

Catalina Resources (ASX:CTN) is lower, despite news that it has received all relevant permits and engaged the services of a drilling contractor to get a drill program underway at its on Exploration Licence E38/3697 in the Laverton district of WA, within the next few weeks.

Industrial Minerals (ASX:IND) has received first assays from its Pippingarra Quarry RC drilling program, and the results are a little thin. The significant intercepts include 1m @ 1.72% LiO2 from 30m, and 2m @ 1.03% LiO2 from 37m.