Stockhead’s Top 10 at shortly-before-11-ish, published the moment it becomes apparent that you’ve waited patiently enough and everyone’s being well-behaved at the start of each trading day.

It highlights the best (and sometimes worst) performing ASX stocks in morning trade using live, fresh out of the deep-fryer data.

It’s 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.



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

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Balkan Mining and Minerals (ASX:BMM) is moving early on news that the drills are spinning for its phase 1 drill program at the Gorge Lithium Project located in Ontario, Canada today.

Errawarra Resources (ASX:ERW) is up, following the company’s annual report that dropped an hour before the market closed yesterday.

Advanced Share Registry (ASX:ASW) is moving this morning on news that it’s entered into a scheme of arrangement, under which Automic Enterprise will buy 100% of the company, at $0.165 per share. ASW closed at $0.125 yesterday.

Atlantic Lithium (ASX:A11) is gaining after revealing the company has agreed non-binding Heads of Terms with the Minerals Income Investment Fund of Ghan, for a $51.4 million investment in the company.

AVA Risk Group (ASX:AVA) up on news that the company, in partnership with Siemens Korea, has been awarded a contract to protect a critical solar infrastructure project in Qatar.

5E Advanced Materials (ASX:5EA) and ACDC Metals (ASX:ADC) are both rising early on no news, as is Southern Hemisphere Mining (ASX:SUH) – the latter moving very rapidly in early trade.


Losing ground this morning, M3 Mining (ASX:M3M) is down on news that a follow-up aircore program at El Capitan has extended the gold mineralised zone to 400m, with the best of the fresh results coming in a disappointing 4m at 1.09g/t Au from 76m.

AMA Group (ASX:AMA) has plummeted this morning, coming back to market after a week-long trading halt with news that it’s arranging an equity raising to pay off $35 million of senior bank debt.

And Base Resources (ASX:BSE) is sinking this morning, on the heels of the company releasing its “Africa Down Under” presentation after the market closed yesterday.



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

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