Market Update: ASX steps out of the shadow in finest shades of green

The ASX200 is trading up around point seven of a per cent with all sectors glowing green led by Real estate and Discretionary. Real estate is leading the way, up more than 2 per cent discretionary follows, gaining around 1.8%.

Company News


Haranga Resources (ASX: HAR) is up 5% on the discovery of an eighth anomaly at its flagship Saraya project in Senegal.

Infill termite mound sampling revealed concentrations of 52 parts per million, equivalent uranium.

The company aims to continue auger drilling at the project

HAR has been trading at 10.5 cents.


BPH Energy (ASX:BPH) has renewed a key licence in the Northern Territory (NT) overlying the Bonaparte Basin.

The NT government offered to the company a renewal of its retention licence for the next five years, which the company accepted.

BPH has been trading at 2.4 cents.


Chariot Corporation (ASX:CC9) has announced its latest drilling results at Black Mountain, posting intervals over 14 metres long grading at 0.8% to 1.12% lithium.

The drill program covered nine holes for a total of 1,132 metres targeting outcrop pegmatite targets on-site its North American acreage.

CC9 has been trading at 20 cents.


PPK Group (ASX:PPK) is up around 32% after it received a $30 million order from investee company Craig International Ballistics.

The order was announced today, by the Minister for Defence Industry.

PPK has been trading at 587cents


And, Patagonia Lithium (ASX:PL3) is up around 12% on news it identified lithium grading of nearly 600 parts per million (ppm) from a 200 litre packer tests done at its first drill well at its Formentera Lithium Project in Argentina.

PL3 has been trading at 13.5 cents.

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