Trading Winners and Losers for Dec. 12-16

Submitted by Share Market Writer on 19 December, 2011 - 19:11

This record contains the top 10 best and worst traded stocks in the ASX100, ASX 200 and All Ordinaries of the Australian Stock Exchange in the 50th week of 2011, from December 12 to 16, 2011.

Best Performing Trade Stocks ASX100 (XTO)

ASX100

  1. Ansell Limited (ANN) ended this week stronger at 15.15. Ansell Limited (ANN) is an Australian-based company whose principal activities include the development, manufacturing as well as sourcing, distribution and marketing of gloves and other protective products with main operations in Europe, Americas and the Asia Pacific. ANSELL LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the ASX 100 growing their stock price by 0.87 or 6.09%. Ansell Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. ANN is in the Health Care Equipment & Services industry.
  2. Coca-Cola Amatil Limited (CCL) ended this week stronger at 12.02. Coca-Cola Amatil Limited (CCL) is the primary licensee of Coca-Cola which is based in Australia, Papua New Guinea, South Korea, Indonesia, and New Zealand. COCA-COLA AMATIL LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the ASX 100 increasing their stock price by 0.47 or 4.07%. Coca-Cola Amatil Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. CCL is in the Food Beverage & Tobacco industry.
  3. Downer Edi Limited (DOW) closed this week higher at 3.25. Downer EDI Limited (DOW) is a company engaged in the provision of infrastructure management services and comprehensive engineering services to private and public power, rail, road, mining, resource and telecommunications sectors in Australia, Asia, Europe, New Zealand and United States. DOWNER EDI LIMITED is the a winner this month on the ASX 100 increasing their stock price by 0.12 or 3.83%. Downer Edi Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. DOW is in the Commercial Services & Supplies industry.
  4. Duet Group (DUE) closed this week higher at 1.86. Duet Group (DUE) invests in a portfolio of energy utility assets mainly across Australia and New Zealand and it is basically a joint venture between Macquarie Bank Ltd and AMP Capital Investors. Duet encompasses two stapled registered managed investment schemes and one Australian public company. DUET GROUP is the a winner this month on the ASX 100 growing their stock price by 0.08 or 4.49%. Duet Group shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. DUE is in the Utilities industry.
  5. Metcash Limited (MTS) ended this week stronger at 4.21. Metcash Trading Limited (MTS) is a company engaged in the wholesale marketing and the distribution of liquor, food and other fast-moving consumer goods. METCASH LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the ASX 100 increasing their stock price by 0.15 or 3.70%. Metcash Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. MTS is in the Food & Staples Retailing industry.
  6. Perpetual Limited (PPT) closed this week higher at 21.22. Perpetual Limited (PPT) is a company engaged in offering services such as financial advice, managed investment fund, wealth management, trustee, and family and superannuation management. PERPETUAL LIMITED is the a winner this month on the ASX 100 growing their stock price by 0.83 or 4.07%. Perpetual Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. PPT is in the Diversified Financials industry.
  7. Seek Limited (SEK) closed this week higher at 6.17. Seek (SEK) is a leading media company principally focused on online employment classified advertising, with operations in Australia and New Zealand. The Company also offers online training courses to individuals in Australia, New Zealand and UK. SEEK LIMITED is the a winner this month on the ASX 100 growing their stock price by 0.19 or 3.18%. Seek Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. SEK is in the Commercial Services & Supplies industry.
  8. Spark Infrastructure Group (SKI) closed this week higher at 1.36. Spark Infrastructure Group (SKI) is a leading infrastructure investment Company, with a market capitalisation of about A$1.8 billion. The fund invests in a portfolio of utility infrastructure assets in Australia and worldwide, with a focus on gas transmission and distribution, regulated water and other infrastructure-related assets. SPARK INFRASTRUCTURE GROUP is the a winner this month on the ASX 100 growing their stock price by 0.10 or 7.94%. Spark Infrastructure Group shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. SKI is in the Utilities industry.
  9. Tabcorp Holdings Limited (TAH) closed this week higher at 2.81. Tabcorp Holdings Limited (TAH) is engaged on providing gambling, leisure and other entertainment services. Tabcorp owns and manages Sydney's Star City Hotel and Casino and the three branches of Jupiter Hotels and Casino located in Gold Coast, Townsville and Brisbane. TABCORP HOLDINGS LIMITED is the best stock on the ASX 100 increasing their stock price by 0.09 or 3.31%. Tabcorp Holdings Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. TAH is in the Consumer Services industry.
  10. Tatts Group Limited (TTS) closed this week higher at 2.45. Tatts Group (TTS) provides gambling and lotteries services. Tatts Group carries out its operations through seven divisions namely, Tatts Pokies, Lotteries, Wagering, Maxgaming, Bytecraft Systems, International/Business Development, and other. TATTS GROUP LIMITED is the best stock on the ASX 100 increasing their stock price by 0.09 or 3.81%. Tatts Group Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. TTS is in the Consumer Services industry.

Worst Performing Trade Stocks ASX100 (XTO)

  1. Aquarius Platinum Limited (AQP) closed this week lower at 2.47. Aquarius Platinum (AQP) is an explorer and producer of platinum. AQP is exclusively focused on the exploration, development and acquisition of platinum group metals (PGM) projects, and mining of PGM. AQUARIUS PLATINUM LIMITED was the worst stock on the ASX 100 decreasing their stock price by -0.22 or -8.178%. Aquarius Platinum Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. AQP is in the Materials industry.
  2. Alumina Limited (AWC) ended this week weaker at 1.25. A chief supplier of alumina, Alumina mainly operates in the mining of bauxite, refining of alumina and smelting of selected aluminium through AWC or Alcoa World Alumina and Chemicals for which it owns 40% of the company's shares. ALUMINA LIMITED was the one of the worst performing stocks on the ASX 100 diminishing their stock price by -0.09 or -6.716%. Alumina Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. AWC is in the Materials industry.
  3. Billabong International Limited (BBG) closed this week lower at 3.64. Billabong International Limited (BBG) is an Australia-based company engaged in the production and distribution as well as the wholesaling and retailing of skate, snow and surf apparel and accessories. BILLABONG INTERNATIONAL LIMITED was the a losing stock this month on the ASX 100 diminishing their stock price by -0.28 or -7.143%. Billabong International Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. BBG is in the Consumer Durables & Apparel industry.
  4. Harvey Norman Holdings Limited (HVN) ended this week weaker at 1.96. Harvey Norman Holdings (HVN) is an Australia-based public-owned integrated retail and property company engaged in franchising and advertising services provision to its franchisees, homewares and electrical goods marketing and sales, consumer finance provision, leasing and property investment. HARVEY NORMAN HOLDINGS LIMITED was the one of the worst performers on the ASX 100 decreasing their stock price by -0.13 or -6.22%. Harvey Norman Holdings Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. HVN is in the Retailing industry.
  5. Jb Hi-Fi Limited (JBH) ended this week weaker at 12.71. JB Hi-Fi (JBH) is a leading retailer of diversified home consumer products. The products JB Hi-Fi retails include consumer electronics, such as televisions, home theatres, digital still, video cameras, mobile phones and accessories; electrical goods, such as whitegoods, computing equipment, kitchen equipment, air conditioners and small electrical appliances; car sound systems, including audio and visual, and music, games and movies. JB HI-FI LIMITED was the one of the worst performing stocks on the ASX 100 diminishing their stock price by -2.96 or -18.89%. Jb Hi-Fi Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. JBH is in the Retailing industry.
  6. Leighton Holdings Limited (LEI) ended this week weaker at 19.7. Leighton Holdings (LEI) is known as the parent company of a group consisted of Thiess, Leighton Contractors, Leighton Asia (Northern), Leighton Asia (Southern), John Holland and Leighton Properties, which all focus on project development as well as contracting businesses with activities including facilities management , operations and maintenance, environmental services, contract mining and engineering and building construction. LEIGHTON HOLDINGS LIMITED was the second worst performing stocks on the ASX 100 shedding stock price value of -1.32 or -6.28%. Leighton Holdings Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). LEI is in the Capital Goods industry.
  7. Lynas Corporation Limited (LYC) ended this week weaker at 1.17. Lynas Corporation (LYC) is a mineral explorer with operations mainly held in Australia. The principal business operations of the Company include the exploration and development of rare earths deposits as well as the discovery of other mineral resources. LYNAS CORPORATION LIMITED was the one of the worst performers on the ASX 100 decreasing their stock price by -0.13 or -10%. Lynas Corporation Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. LYC is in the Materials industry.
  8. Myer Holdings (MYR) closed this week lower at 2.26. Myer Holdings (MYR) is the largest non-discount department store chain in Australia. Myer Holdings was the a losing stock this month on the ASX 100 shedding stock price value of -0.21 or -8.502%. Myer Holdings shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. MYR is in the Retailing industry.
  9. Onesteel Limited (OST) ended this week weaker at 0.76. OneSteel Limited (OST) is a steel manufacturing and distribution company that is engaged in the mining, manufacturing and distribution of metal and steel products. ONESTEEL LIMITED was the one of the worst performing stocks on the ASX 100 decreasing their stock price by -0.05 or -6.173%. Onesteel Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. OST is in the Materials industry.
  10. Paladin Energy Ltd (PDN) closed this week lower at 1.52. Paladin Energy (PDN) is a mineral exploration company principally engaged in the acquisition and development of uranium projects in Africa and Australia, as well as evaluation and acquisition opportunities all over the world. PALADIN ENERGY LTD was the worst stock on the ASX 100 decreasing their stock price by -0.1 or -6.173%. Paladin Energy Ltd shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. PDN is in the Energy industry.

Best Performing Trade Stocks ASX200 (XJO)

ASX200

  1. Ansell Limited (ANN) ended this week stronger at 15.15. Ansell Limited (ANN) is an Australian-based company whose principal activities include the development, manufacturing as well as sourcing, distribution and marketing of gloves and other protective products with main operations in Europe, Americas and the Asia Pacific. ANSELL LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the ASX 200 growing their stock price by 0.87 or 6.09%. Ansell Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. ANN is in the Health Care Equipment & Services industry.
  2. Elders Limited (ELD) closed this week higher at 0.24. Elders (ELD) has developed core rural and automotive businesses organically and through acquisitions. Some businesses have recently been divested and the company is now shifting its focus towards its Rural Services business. Some of FCL's businesses are held through associate or JV companies (for example, Rural Bank). Elders Limited is the a winner this month on the ASX 200 incrementing their stock price by 0.02 or 9.09%. Elders Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). ELD is in the Food Beverage & Tobacco industry.
  3. Flight Centre Limited (FLT) closed this week higher at 19.65. Flight Centre (FLT) is one of the largest independent retail travel group in Australia principally focused on the sale of travel and travel-related services and products. FLIGHT CENTRE LIMITED is the best stock on the ASX 200 increasing their stock price by 1.24 or 6.74%. Flight Centre Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. FLT is in the Consumer Services industry.
  4. Hastings Diversified Utilities Fund (HDF) ended this week stronger at 1.95. Hastings Diversified Utilities Fund (HDF) is a diversified utility fund. The Fund invests in a portfolio of gas transmission and water utilities infrastructures assets across Australia and worldwide. HASTINGS DIVERSIFIED UTILITIES FUND is the one of the best performers on the ASX 200 increasing their stock price by 0.17 or 9.55%. Hastings Diversified Utilities Fund shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. HDF is in the Utilities industry.
  5. Hills Industries Limited (HIL) ended this week stronger at 1.18. Hills Industries (HIL) is a diversified company principally engaged in the manufacture and wholesale of metal home and hardware and electronic products. HILLS INDUSTRIES LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the ASX 200 increasing their stock price by 0.08 or 7.27%. Hills Industries Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. HIL is in the Capital Goods industry.
  6. Infigen (IFN) ended this week stronger at 0.31. Infigen Energy (IFN) or �Infigen� is a global independent renewable energy Company engaged in the ownership and maintenance of wind energy generation assets. INFIGEN is the one of the best performers on the ASX 200 growing their stock price by 0.07 or 29.17%. Infigen shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. IFN is in the Utilities industry.
  7. Invocare Limited (IVC) closed this week higher at 7.88. InvoCare (IVC) caters funerals, burials and cremations related services in Australia and Singapore. INVOCARE LIMITED is the best stock on the ASX 200 increasing their stock price by 0.53 or 7.21%. Invocare Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. IVC is in the Consumer Services industry.
  8. Paperlinx Limited (PPX) ended this week stronger at 0.09. PaperlinX Limited (PPX) a company engaged in communication paper manufacturing and packaging. PAPERLINX LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the ASX 200 increasing their stock price by 0.01 or 12.50%. Paperlinx Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. PPX is in the Materials industry.
  9. Spark Infrastructure Group (SKI) closed this week higher at 1.36. Spark Infrastructure Group (SKI) is a leading infrastructure investment Company, with a market capitalisation of about A$1.8 billion. The fund invests in a portfolio of utility infrastructure assets in Australia and worldwide, with a focus on gas transmission and distribution, regulated water and other infrastructure-related assets. SPARK INFRASTRUCTURE GROUP is the a winner this month on the ASX 200 growing their stock price by 0.10 or 7.94%. Spark Infrastructure Group shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. SKI is in the Utilities industry.
  10. Sms Management & Technology Limited. (SMX) closed this week higher at 4.77. SMS Management & Technology (SMS) is a management services Company providing consulting, resourcing and technology services to governments and organisations. SMS MANAGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY LIMITED. is the a winner this month on the ASX 200 incrementing their stock price by 0.34 or 7.68%. Sms Management & Technology Limited. shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. SMX is in the Software & Services industry.

Worst Performing Trade StocksASX200 (XJO)

  1. Gunns Limited (GNS) ended this week weaker at 0.12. Gunns Limited (GNS) is a fully integrated hardwood forest products company engaged in milling, timber processing and merchandising, building and hardware supplies merchandising and building contractors. GUNNS LIMITED was the one of the worst performing stocks on the ASX 200 diminishing their stock price by -0.04 or -25.00%. Gunns Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. GNS is in the Materials industry.
  2. Hastie Group Limited (HST) closed this week lower at 0.75. Hastie Group (HST) is a market leader in the provision of essential business services and refrigeration systems. The Company provides commercial and industrial air conditioning, mechanical, electrical, hydraulics and refrigeration products and systems. HASTIE GROUP LIMITED was the third worst performing company on the ASX 200 diminishing their stock price by -0.10 or -11.77%. Hastie Group Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. HST is in the Capital Goods industry.
  3. Jb Hi-Fi Limited (JBH) ended this week weaker at 12.71. JB Hi-Fi (JBH) is a leading retailer of diversified home consumer products. The products JB Hi-Fi retails include consumer electronics, such as televisions, home theatres, digital still, video cameras, mobile phones and accessories; electrical goods, such as whitegoods, computing equipment, kitchen equipment, air conditioners and small electrical appliances; car sound systems, including audio and visual, and music, games and movies. JB HI-FI LIMITED was the one of the worst performing stocks on the ASX 200 diminishing their stock price by -2.96 or -18.89%. Jb Hi-Fi Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. JBH is in the Retailing industry.
  4. Kingsgate Consolidated Limited. (KCN) closed this week lower at 6.09. Kingsgate Consolidated (KCN) is a mining and exploration company principally focused on Gold. The Company's mining operations are held in Thailand, with mineral exploration activities held in Australia, Thailand, Chile, Peru and Argentina. KINGSGATE CONSOLIDATED LIMITED. was the a loser this month on the ASX 200 decreasing their stock price by -0.79 or -11.48%. Kingsgate Consolidated Limited. shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. KCN is in the Materials industry.
  5. Kagara Ltd (KZL) closed this week lower at 0.29. Kagara (KZL) is a leading mineral explorer, developer and producer principally focused on base metals. The company owns a number of deposits situated in Queensland comprising the King Vol deposit. KAGARA LTD was the third worst performing company on the ASX 200 diminishing their stock price by -0.05 or -14.71%. Kagara Ltd shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. KZL is in the Materials industry.
  6. Linc Energy Ltd (LNC) ended this week weaker at 1.20. Linc Energy (LNC) operates in the energy industry and it is primarily focused on the exploration of coal, gas and diesel. LNC supplies environmentally friendly power, diesel and aviation fuels. LINC ENERGY LTD was the one of the worst performers on the ASX 200 decreasing their stock price by -0.16 or -11.77%. Linc Energy Ltd shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. LNC is in the Energy industry.
  7. Mirabela Nickel Limited (MBN) ended this week weaker at 1.29. Mirabela Nickel (MBN) is involved in nickel production and exploration in Bahia, Brazil. Mirabela Nickel Ltd owns 100% of the world-class Santa Rita nickel sulphide mine. MIRABELA NICKEL LIMITED was the one of the worst performing stocks on the ASX 200 diminishing their stock price by -0.22 or -14.57%. Mirabela Nickel Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. MBN is in the Materials industry.
  8. Oceanagold Corporation (OGC) closed this week lower at 2.12. OceanaGold Corporation (OGC) is a mineral exploration and development Company primarily searching for gold. The Company operates two open cut mines at Macraes and Reefton in New Zealand. OCEANAGOLD CORPORATION was the a losing stock this month on the ASX 200 diminishing their stock price by -0.30 or -12.40%. Oceanagold Corporation shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. OGC is in the Materials industry.
  9. Om Holdings Limited (OMH) closed this week lower at 0.34. OM Holdings (OMH) is an independent, globally diversified minerals group principally focused on creating a fully integrated manganese business. The Company through its subsidiaries is engaged in the sales and processing of ferroboron, ferroalloy and ores; trading of manganese ores and alloys; investment holding and exploration and appraisal activities. OM HOLDINGS LIMITED was the a losing stock this month on the ASX 200 shedding stock price value of -0.07 or -17.07%. Om Holdings Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. OMH is in the Materials industry.
  10. Perseus Mining Limited (PRU) closed this week lower at 2.57. Perseus Mining Limited (PRU) is an exploration company searching primarily for gold, with tenements mainly in West Africa and Central Asia. PERSEUS MINING LIMITED was the worst stock on the ASX 200 decreasing their stock price by -0.33 or -11.38%. Perseus Mining Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. PRU is in the Materials industry.

Best Performing Trade Stocks AllOrds (XAO)

AllOrds

  1. Australian Pharmaceutical Industries Limited (API) ended this week stronger at 0.25. Australian Pharmaceutical Industries (API) was formed in 1910 and now it is a leading distributor of pharmaceutical and allied products in Australia having alliances with more than 4000 independent pharmacies. API also focuses on retailing through its wholly owned Priceline retail store brand, a major health and beauty brand in Australia. AUSTRALIAN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the All Ordinaries incrementing their stock price by 0.03 or 13.64%. Australian Pharmaceutical Industries Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). API is in the Health Care Equipment & Services industry.
  2. Capral Aluminium Limited (CAA) ended this week stronger at 0.19. Capral Aluminum Limited (CAA) is an Australian based company engaged in semi-fabricated aluminium products manufacturing, marketing and distribution. CAPRAL ALUMINIUM LIMITED is the second best performer on the All Ordinaries incrementing their stock price by 0.02 or 11.77%. Capral Aluminium Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). CAA is in the Materials industry.
  3. Crescent Gold Limited (CRE) closed this week higher at 0.07. Crescent Gold (CRE) is a mineral exploration and development company based in Perth, Western Australia with a primary focus on gold development and mining. CRESCENT GOLD LIMITED is the a winner this month on the All Ordinaries incrementing their stock price by 0.01 or 16.67%. Crescent Gold Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). CRE is in the Materials industry.
  4. Infigen (IFN) ended this week stronger at 0.31. Infigen Energy (IFN) or �Infigen� is a global independent renewable energy Company engaged in the ownership and maintenance of wind energy generation assets. INFIGEN is the one of the best performers on the All Ordinaries growing their stock price by 0.07 or 29.17%. Infigen shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. IFN is in the Utilities industry.
  5. Iron Ore Holdings Limited (IOH) closed this week higher at 1.38. Iron Ore Holdings (IOH) is an iron ore exploration company targeting channel iron ore deposits. IRON ORE HOLDINGS LIMITED is the best stock on the All Ordinaries increasing their stock price by 0.13 or 10.40%. Iron Ore Holdings Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. IOH is in the Materials industry.
  6. Melbourne It Limited (MLB) closed this week higher at 1.46. "Melbourne IT Limited (MLB) is a Melbourne-based domain name and online business services provider, with offices in Melbourne, Wellington, Stockholm, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Madrid and San Francisco. MLB is the administrator of the Australian commercial domain "".com.au""" MELBOURNE IT LIMITED is the a winner this month on the All Ordinaries incrementing their stock price by 0.16 or 12.31%. Melbourne It Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. MLB is in the Software & Services industry.
  7. Nexbis Limited (NBS) closed this week higher at 0.09. Nexbis (NBS), through its wholly subsidiary, sapio Consulting is involved in the sale of telecommunications products and services which specializes in technology consulting and implementation in the mobile telecommunications industry. The company has interests in mobile media applications and services, specifically in the areas of digital photo imaging and identity authentication. NEXBIS LIMITED is the third best performer on the All Ordinaries growing their stock price by 0.01 or 12.50%. Nexbis Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. NBS is in the Telecommunication Services industry.
  8. Paperlinx Limited (PPX) ended this week stronger at 0.09. PaperlinX Limited (PPX) a company engaged in communication paper manufacturing and packaging. PAPERLINX LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the All Ordinaries increasing their stock price by 0.01 or 12.50%. Paperlinx Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. PPX is in the Materials industry.
  9. Po Valley Energy Limited (PVE) closed this week higher at 0.16. Po Valley Energy (PVE) is an independent Italian oil and gas company. The company holds four gas permits and an application permit in the Po Valley of Italy. PO VALLEY ENERGY LIMITED is the a winner this month on the All Ordinaries growing their stock price by 0.02 or 14.29%. Po Valley Energy Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. PVE is in the Energy industry.
  10. Silex Systems Limited (SLX) ended this week stronger at 2.15. Silex Systems (SLX) is a research and development Company. Its principal operations and activities include the development and commercialisation of laser isotope separation enrichment technology known as SILEX and the research and development of enriched silicon for the semiconductor industry. SILEX SYSTEMS LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the All Ordinaries incrementing their stock price by 0.26 or 13.76%. Silex Systems Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). SLX is in the Semiconductors & Semiconductor Equipment industry.

Worst Performing Trade Stocks AllOrds (XAO)

  1. Arafura Resources Limited (ARU) ended this week weaker at 0.38. Arafura Resources (ARU) is a mineral explorer and developer principally focused on gold, uranium, phosphate and rare earth minerals exploration. ARAFURA RESOURCES LIMITED was the one of the worst performers on the All Ordinaries decreasing their stock price by -0.08 or -17.39%. Arafura Resources Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. ARU is in the Materials industry.
  2. Bannerman Resources Limited (BMN) closed this week lower at 0.22. Bannerman Resources (BMN) is a mineral explorer and producer with a focus on Uranium and Nickel. BMN has two assets in Namibia region with several properties in Botswana and Australia. The Company's operations are mainly held in Australia and Africa. BANNERMAN RESOURCES LIMITED was the a losing stock this month on the All Ordinaries diminishing their stock price by -0.06 or -21.43%. Bannerman Resources Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. BMN is in the Materials industry.
  3. Focus Minerals Ltd (FML) ended this week weaker at 0.05. Focus Minerals (FML) is an exploration company primarily searching for gold and nickel, with tenements mainly in Australia. Key projects are located in the Kalgoorlie-Coolgardie-Widgiemooltha region of Western Australia. FOCUS MINERALS LTD was the one of the worst performing stocks on the All Ordinaries diminishing their stock price by -0.01 or -16.67%. Focus Minerals Ltd shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. FML is in the Materials industry.
  4. Gunns Limited (GNS) ended this week weaker at 0.12. Gunns Limited (GNS) is a fully integrated hardwood forest products company engaged in milling, timber processing and merchandising, building and hardware supplies merchandising and building contractors. GUNNS LIMITED was the one of the worst performing stocks on the All Ordinaries diminishing their stock price by -0.04 or -25%. Gunns Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. GNS is in the Materials industry.
  5. Hutchison Telecommunications (Australia) Limited (HTA) ended this week weaker at 0.05. Hutchison Telecommunications (Australia) Limited (HTA) is an Australia-based company engaged in the third-generation (3G) mobile network (branded 3) and wideband code division multiple access (W-CDMA) ownership and operation throughout the five mainland capital cities and in Canberra. HUTCHISON TELECOMMUNICATIONS (AUSTRALIA) LIMITED was the one of the worst performers on the All Ordinaries decreasing their stock price by -0.01 or -16.67%. Hutchison Telecommunications (Australia) Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. HTA is in the Telecommunication Services industry.
  6. Jb Hi-Fi Limited (JBH) ended this week weaker at 12.71. JB Hi-Fi (JBH) is a leading retailer of diversified home consumer products. The products JB Hi-Fi retails include consumer electronics, such as televisions, home theatres, digital still, video cameras, mobile phones and accessories; electrical goods, such as whitegoods, computing equipment, kitchen equipment, air conditioners and small electrical appliances; car sound systems, including audio and visual, and music, games and movies. JB HI-FI LIMITED was the one of the worst performing stocks on the All Ordinaries diminishing their stock price by -2.96 or -18.89%. Jb Hi-Fi Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. JBH is in the Retailing industry.
  7. Norton Gold Fields Limited (NGF) closed this week lower at 0.17. Norton Gold Fields (NGF) has developed a high grade gold resource and holds a series of advanced gold/copper exploration projects in the Gladstone area of central Queensland. Its two key projects are the Norton Gold Mine and the Many Peaks Copper Mine. NORTON GOLD FIELDS LIMITED was the a losing stock this month on the All Ordinaries shedding stock price value of -0.05 or -22.73%. Norton Gold Fields Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. NGF is in the Materials industry.
  8. Om Holdings Limited (OMH) closed this week lower at 0.34. OM Holdings (OMH) is an independent, globally diversified minerals group principally focused on creating a fully integrated manganese business. The Company through its subsidiaries is engaged in the sales and processing of ferroboron, ferroalloy and ores; trading of manganese ores and alloys; investment holding and exploration and appraisal activities. OM HOLDINGS LIMITED was the a losing stock this month on the All Ordinaries shedding stock price value of -0.07 or -17.07%. Om Holdings Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. OMH is in the Materials industry.
  9. Silver Lake Resources Limited (SLR) closed this week lower at 3.17. Silver Lake Resources (SLR) is a gold producer and explorer with a resource base of 1.5 million oz in highly prospective regions including the Mount Monger and the Murchison goldfields located in Western Australia. SILVER LAKE RESOURCES LIMITED was the a loser this month on the All Ordinaries shedding stock price value of -0.58 or -15.47%. Silver Lake Resources Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). SLR is in the Materials industry.
  10. Tanami Gold Nl (TAM) closed this week lower at 0.70. Tanami Gold (TAM) is an exploration company primarily searching for gold as well as silver, zinc and copper, and has tenements mainly in Australia. Key projects are located at Tanami in Western Australia and in the Alice Springs region of the Northern Territory. Exploration companies aim to discover and delineate occurrences of metals and minerals that can be economically mined and extracted. TANAMI GOLD NL was the third worst performing company on the All Ordinaries diminishing their stock price by -0.14 or -16.67%. Tanami Gold Nl shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. TAM is in the Materials industry.

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