Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX stocks in morning trade using live 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).

Code Description Last % Volume MktCap
BP8 BPH Global Ltd 0.002 100% 274,588 $1,954,115.88
AMD Arrow Minerals 0.005 25% 272,500 $26,735,060.38
LRL Labyrinth Resources 0.005 25% 200,000 $4,750,174.81
5EA 5Eadvanced 0.215 23% 420,580 $54,804,972.25
AUA Audeara 0.04 21% 99,639 $4,772,054.93
ICG Inca Minerals Ltd 0.007 17% 167,776 $3,526,958.08
LML Lincoln Minerals 0.007 17% 710,500 $10,224,271.51
INF Infinity Lithium 0.079 13% 173,636 $32,381,446.51
PGL Prospa Group 0.42 12% 17,986 $61,487,247.75
LGP Little Green Pharma 0.145 12% 90,523 $39,012,120.68
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Hearing specialist Audeara (ASX:AUA) has announced it has received its first purchase order for $2.1 million to mass manufacture for third party brand Avedis Zildjian. AUA says the timing and size of any future orders will be determined by market success of the product.

Inca Minerals (ASX:ICG) says cultural heritage clearance fieldwork has been completed on the Jean Elson tenements (EL’s 32485 and 32486) by the NT Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority (AAPA) with a clearance certificate expected to be issued in March,  enabling drilling at Camel Creek (Ningaloo-Sunset Boulevarde), where there is strong outcropping copper.

Fintech Prospa (ASX:PGL) has announced its H1 FY24 results including originations of $308.3 million, down 27.4% on pcp reflecting the deliberate tightening of credit settings. New Zealand originations were $63 million, down 32.3% on pcp, while total revenue increased 7.4% on pcp to $145.4 million and portfolio yield was stable at 34.9%

Co-founder and CEO Greg Mosha says PGL has continued to uplift its credit risk management to help navigate a challenging economic environment.



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

Code Company Price % Volume Market Cap
MCT Metalicity Limited 0.001 -50% 100,000 $8,970,108
DGL DGL Group Limited 0.595 -42% 3,354,448 $293,711,155
AVW Avira Resources Ltd 0.001 -33% 1,285,000 $3,200,685
ATG Articore Group Ltd 0.57 -29% 291,330 $226,226,630
1MC Morella Corporation 0.003 -25% 8,000 $24,715,198
ACE Acusensus Limited 0.885 -22% 773,272 $144,095,972
T3D 333D Limited 0.007 -22% 5,393 $1,075,004
MPK Many Peaks Minerals 0.094 -22% 11,566 $4,370,476
BRN Brainchip Ltd 0.395 -19% 15,814,013 $884,849,196
EMS Eastern Metals 0.03 -19% 85,987 $3,049,771
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Diversified specialist chemicals business DGL Group (ASX:DGL) has released its H1 FY24 results including Sales revenue of $217 million, in line with H1 FY23, underlying EBITDA of $30.4 million, up 3% on pcp, underlying EBIT of $16.4 million, down 14% on pcp and statutory NPAT of $5.9 million, down 43% on pcp.

Global online marketplace connecting independent artists with customers Articore Group (ASX:ATG) has also released its H1 FY24 results, which it says was a significant profit turnaround with positive underlying cashflow of $8.8 million, up $36.4 million on pcp.

ATG has narrowed its FY24 guidance range for a margin to between 24% and 26% and FY24 operating expenditure to be between $97 and $100 million, saying it remains focused on cashflow positivity in FY24.