Weekly ASX small cap wrap: The biggest winners and losers on the ASX this week
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It was another positive week on the local bourse, with the ASX 200 Index finishing with a 1.27 per cent gain.
In other exciting news, the CIA has begun declassifying UFO documents.
Meanwhile, a railroad system in Dalian, northern China, allegedly collapsed citywide for up to 20 hours after Adobe officially retired its Flash software.
And Biden has already removed Trump’s infamous ‘Diet Coke button’ from the President’s resolute desk:
I would’ve paid so much money to get to be in the room for the conversation that I imagine went like:
BIDEN: ok what’s next
STAFFER: setting up the Oval. Photos are all done. Do you want to keep the Diet Coke button?
BIDEN: the what in god’s name button https://t.co/cDhkmqzjr5
— Emmy Bengtson (@EmmyA2) January 21, 2021
Tiny rare earth stock Enova (ASX:ENV) – which looks to have achieved very little over the last year — was pumped four days straight on no news.
Enova is now up from 1.8c to about 4.2c currently for a total gain of 130 per cent. It has no idea why, for the record.