Best and Worst Pre-Christmas Traded Stocks

Submitted by Share Market Writer on 30 December, 2011 - 17:22

Stocks went up and down before Christmas day arrived and this record shows to prove it. Below are list of the best and the worst traded stocks in ASX100, ASX200 and All Ordinaries of the Australian Stock Exchange in the 51st week of 2011, December 19 to 23, 2011.

Best Performing Trade Stocks ASX100 (XTO)

ASX100

  1. Asciano Group (AIO) closed this week higher at 4.65. Asciano Group (AIO) is Australia's leading infrastructure owner, with its principal activities focused on transport infrastructure, consisting of ports and rail assets, and related operations and services. ASCIANO GROUP is the a winner this month on the ASX 100 growing their stock price by 0.06 or 1.307%. Asciano Group shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. AIO is in the Transportation industry.
  2. Commonwealth Bank Of Australia. (CBA) closed this week higher at 49.81. Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) or Commbank is Australia's leading banking group engaged in providing integrated financial services that include business and institutional banking, retail banking, life insurance, superannuation, funds management, general insurance, broking services and other finance company activities clients from institutional, small business owners to individuals. COMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRALIA. is the a winner this month on the ASX 100 increasing their stock price by 0.68 or 1.384%. Commonwealth Bank Of Australia. shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. CBA is in the Banks industry.
  3. Cochlear Limited (COH) closed this week higher at 62.2. Cochlear Limited (COH) is an Australian company engaged in the manufacturing and supply of implantable hearing solutions. COCHLEAR LIMITED is the best stock on the ASX 100 increasing their stock price by 6.74 or 12.153%. Cochlear Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. COH is in the Health Care Equipment & Services industry.
  4. Computershare Limited. (CPU) closed this week higher at 8.05. Computershare Limited (CPU) is a financial market service and technologies provider to other listed companies, exchanges, investors and financial institutions. COMPUTERSHARE LIMITED. is the a winner this month on the ASX 100 growing their stock price by 0.22 or 2.81%. Computershare Limited. shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. CPU is in the Software & Services industry.
  5. Goodman Group (GMG) ended this week stronger at 0.61. The Goodman Group (GMG) was formerly the Macquarie Goodman Group engages in the ownership, development and management of both the industrial and business spaces with management assets that include distribution and warehouse centres, industrial estates, office and business parks. GOODMAN GROUP is the one of the best performers on the ASX 100 increasing their stock price by 0.05 or 8.929%. Goodman Group shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. GMG is in the Real Estate industry.
  6. Ing Office Fund (IOF) closed this week higher at 0.62. ING Office Fund (IOF) is a top 100 ASX listed entity and investor in real estate. ING OFFICE FUND is the a winner this month on the ASX 100 incrementing their stock price by 0.01 or 1.639%. Ing Office Fund shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. IOF is in the Real Estate industry.
  7. James Hardie Industries N.V. (JHX) ended this week stronger at 6.96. James Hardie Industries N.V. (JHX) is a specialist manufacturer of building materials, operating in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, and the Philippines. The Company develops fiber cement products and systems for use in interior and exterior building construction applications. JAMES HARDIE INDUSTRIES N.V. is the one of the best performers on the ASX 100 increasing their stock price by 0.44 or 6.748%. James Hardie Industries N.V. shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. JHX is in the Materials industry.
  8. Primary Health Care Limited (PRY) ended this week stronger at 3.22. Primary Health Care (PRY) operates in the healthcare industry. It is a market leader in the provision of healthcare technology solutions to medical practitioners, medical practices and hospitals. PRIMARY HEALTH CARE LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the ASX 100 increasing their stock price by 0.07 or 2.222%. Primary Health Care Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. PRY is in the Health Care Equipment & Services industry.
  9. Ramsay Health Care Limited (RHC) closed this week higher at 19.41. Ramsay Health Care (RHC) is a large and established private hospitals operator, with operations mainly held in Australia, Indonesia and the United Kingdom. Ramsay Health Care is engaged in the provision of diversified health care services, ranging from day surgery procedures to highly complex surgery, in addition to psychiatric care and rehabilitation. RAMSAY HEALTH CARE LIMITED is the a winner this month on the ASX 100 increasing their stock price by 0.7 or 3.741%. Ramsay Health Care Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. RHC is in the Health Care Equipment & Services industry.
  10. Telstra Corporation Limited. (TLS) ended this week stronger at 3.32. Telstra is the biggest telecommunications carrier in Australia. They provide telecommunications and information services, including mobiles, internet, and pay television. TELSTRA CORPORATION LIMITED. is the one of the best performers on the ASX 100 increasing their stock price by 0.05 or 1.529%. Telstra Corporation Limited. shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. TLS is in the Telecommunication Services industry.

Worst Performing Trade Stocks ASX100 (XTO)

  1. Alumina Limited (AWC) ended this week weaker at 1.17. 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 -0.08 or -6.40%. Alumina Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. AWC is in the Materials industry.
  2. Billabong International Limited (BBG) closed this week lower at 1.80. 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 -1.84 or -50.55%. Billabong International Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. BBG is in the Consumer Durables & Apparel industry.
  3. Bendigo And Adelaide Bank Limited (BEN) closed this week lower at 8.30. Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Limited (BEN), formerly called the Bendigo Bank Limited is an Australia-based company engaged in providing its clients with a range of finance and banking services such as retail and business banking, commercial finance, foreign exchange and treasury services, funds management, financial advisory, trustee services as well as superannuation. BENDIGO AND ADELAIDE BANK LIMITED was the worst stock on the ASX 100 decreasing their stock price by -0.70 or -7.78%. Bendigo And Adelaide Bank Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. BEN is in the Banks industry.
  4. Bluescope Steel Limited (BSL) ended this week weaker at 0.41. Operating mainly in the Asia Pacific, North America and Europe, BlueScope is now one of the leading manufacturers and marketers of steel products. BLUESCOPE STEEL LIMITED was the one of the worst performing stocks on the ASX 100 diminishing their stock price by -0.03 or -6.82%. Bluescope Steel Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. BSL is in the Materials industry.
  5. David Jones Limited (DJS) ended this week weaker at 2.43. David Jones (DJS) is operating department stores in Australia, which provide a diversified range of international and local brands. DAVID JONES LIMITED was the one of the worst performing stocks on the ASX 100 decreasing their stock price by -0.32 or -11.64%. David Jones Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. DJS is in the Retailing industry.
  6. Duet Group (DUE) closed this week lower at 1.74. 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 was the a losing stock this month on the ASX 100 diminishing their stock price by -0.12 or -6.45%. Duet Group shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. DUE is in the Utilities industry.
  7. Goodman Fielder Limited. (GFF) ended this week weaker at 0.44. The company known as Goodman Fielder is a food company based in Australia. The brands they cater to their consumers are provided across Australian and the New Zealand food industries. GOODMAN FIELDER LIMITED. was the one of the worst performers on the ASX 100 shedding stock price value of -0.07 or -13.73%. Goodman Fielder Limited. shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). GFF is in the Food Beverage & Tobacco industry.
  8. Jb Hi-Fi Limited (JBH) ended this week weaker at 11.64. 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 -1.07 or -8.42%. Jb Hi-Fi Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. JBH is in the Retailing industry.
  9. Myer Holdings (MYR) closed this week lower at 1.99. 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 -0.27 or -11.95%. Myer Holdings shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. MYR is in the Retailing industry.
  10. Paladin Energy Ltd (PDN) closed this week lower at 1.40. 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 -0.12 or -7.90%. 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. Aurora Oil & Gas Limited (AUT) ended this week stronger at 3.45. Aurora Oil & Gas (AUT) is an oil and gas company principally engaged in the oil and gas exploration, development and production in North America. AURORA OIL & GAS LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the ASX 200 incrementing their stock price by 0.26 or 8.15%. Aurora Oil & Gas Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). AUT is in the Energy industry.
  2. Cochlear Limited (COH) closed this week higher at 62.2. Cochlear Limited (COH) is an Australian company engaged in the manufacturing and supply of implantable hearing solutions. COCHLEAR LIMITED is the best stock on the ASX 200 increasing their stock price by 6.74 or 12.153%. Cochlear Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. COH is in the Health Care Equipment & Services industry.
  3. Elders Limited (ELD) closed this week higher at 0.26. 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 8.333%. Elders Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). ELD is in the Food Beverage & Tobacco industry.
  4. Goodman Group (GMG) ended this week stronger at 0.61. The Goodman Group (GMG) was formerly the Macquarie Goodman Group engages in the ownership, development and management of both the industrial and business spaces with management assets that include distribution and warehouse centres, industrial estates, office and business parks. GOODMAN GROUP is the one of the best performers on the ASX 200 increasing their stock price by 0.05 or 8.929%. Goodman Group shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. GMG is in the Real Estate industry.
  5. Hastings Diversified Utilities Fund (HDF) ended this week stronger at 2.05. 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 0.1 or 5.128%. Hastings Diversified Utilities Fund shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. HDF is in the Utilities industry.
  6. James Hardie Industries N.V. (JHX) ended this week stronger at 6.96. James Hardie Industries N.V. (JHX) is a specialist manufacturer of building materials, operating in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, and the Philippines. The Company develops fiber cement products and systems for use in interior and exterior building construction applications. JAMES HARDIE INDUSTRIES N.V. is the one of the best performers on the ASX 200 increasing their stock price by 0.44 or 6.748%. James Hardie Industries N.V. shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. JHX is in the Materials industry.
  7. Macmahon Holdings Limited (MAH) ended this week stronger at 0.58. Macmahon Holdings (MAH) is a leading civil construction and contract mining company, specialising in surface and underground mining, civil engineering, quarrying and processing, and equipment hiring. The Company operates through mining and construction business divisions. MACMAHON HOLDINGS LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the ASX 200 increasing their stock price by 0.03 or 5.455%. Macmahon Holdings Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. MAH is in the Capital Goods industry.
  8. Murchison Metals Ltd (MMX) closed this week higher at 0.43. Murchison Metals (MMX) is a mineral exploration and mining Company with a core focus on iron ore exploration in Western Australia. The Company supplies premium quality iron ore to the global markets. MURCHISON METALS LTD is the a winner this month on the ASX 200 increasing their stock price by 0.05 or 13.158%. Murchison Metals Ltd shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. MMX is in the Materials industry.
  9. Monadelphous Group Limited (MND) closed this week higher at 20.34. Monadelphous Group (MND) is a specialist provider of diverse engineering construction, maintenance and industrial services in the resources, energy and infrastructure sectors. MONADELPHOUS GROUP LIMITED is the a winner this month on the ASX 200 incrementing their stock price by 1.22 or 6.381%. Monadelphous Group Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. MND is in the Capital Goods industry.
  10. Ramsay Health Care Limited (RHC) closed this week higher at 19.41. Ramsay Health Care (RHC) is a large and established private hospitals operator, with operations mainly held in Australia, Indonesia and the United Kingdom. Ramsay Health Care is engaged in the provision of diversified health care services, ranging from day surgery procedures to highly complex surgery, in addition to psychiatric care and rehabilitation. RAMSAY HEALTH CARE LIMITED is the a winner this month on the ASX 200 increasing their stock price by 0.7 or 3.741%. Ramsay Health Care Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. RHC is in the Health Care Equipment & Services industry.

Worst Performing Trade Stocks ASX200 (XJO)

  1. Billabong International Limited (BBG) closed this week lower at 1.80. 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 200 diminishing their stock price by -1.84 or -50.55%. Billabong International Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. BBG is in the Consumer Durables & Apparel industry.
  2. David Jones Limited (DJS) ended this week weaker at 2.43. David Jones (DJS) is operating department stores in Australia, which provide a diversified range of international and local brands. DAVID JONES LIMITED was the one of the worst performing stocks on the ASX 200 decreasing their stock price by -0.32 or -11.64%. David Jones Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. DJS is in the Retailing industry.
  3. Flight Centre Limited (FLT) closed this week lower at 17.34. 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 was the worst stock on the ASX 200 decreasing their stock price by -2.31 or -11.76%. Flight Centre Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. FLT is in the Consumer Services industry.
  4. Goodman Fielder Limited. (GFF) ended this week weaker at 0.44. The company known as Goodman Fielder is a food company based in Australia. The brands they cater to their consumers are provided across Australian and the New Zealand food industries. GOODMAN FIELDER LIMITED. was the one of the worst performers on the ASX 200 shedding stock price value of -0.07 or -13.73%. Goodman Fielder Limited. shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). GFF is in the Food Beverage & Tobacco industry.
  5. Hastie Group Limited (HST) closed this week lower at 0.60. 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 -0.15 or -20.00%. Hastie Group Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. HST is in the Capital Goods industry.
  6. Intrepid Mines Limited (IAU) ended this week weaker at 1.20. Intrepid Mines (IAU) was formed following the merger of gold explorer, Nustar Limited and Canadian gold and silver miner, Intrepid Minerals Corporation. INTREPID MINES LIMITED was the one of the worst performers on the ASX 200 shedding stock price value of -0.13 or -9.77%. Intrepid Mines Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). IAU is in the Materials industry.
  7. Infigen (IFN) ended this week weaker at 0.25. Infigen Energy (IFN) or Infigen is a global independent renewable energy Company engaged in the ownership and maintenance of wind energy generation assets. INFIGEN was the one of the worst performing stocks on the ASX 200 diminishing their stock price by -0.06 or -19.36%. Infigen shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. IFN is in the Utilities industry.
  8. Linc Energy Ltd (LNC) ended this week weaker at 1.04. 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 -13.33%. Linc Energy Ltd shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. LNC is in the Energy industry.
  9. Myer Holdings (MYR) closed this week lower at 1.99. 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 200 shedding stock price value of -0.27 or -11.95%. Myer Holdings shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. MYR is in the Retailing industry.
  10. White Energy Company Limited (WEC) ended this week weaker at 0.38. White Energy Company (WEC) develops, exploits and commercialises coal upgrading technologies and evaluates mining exploration assets. WEC holds the global marketing rights to the White Coal Technology, a patented coal technology with low operational costs and superior results as compared to its competing technologies. WHITE ENERGY COMPANY LIMITED was the one of the worst performing stocks on the ASX 200 diminishing their stock price by -0.04 or -9.52%. White Energy Company Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. WEC is in the Materials industry.

Best Performing Trade Stocks AllOrds (XAO)

AllOrds

  1. Cochlear Limited (COH) closed this week higher at 62.2. Cochlear Limited (COH) is an Australian company engaged in the manufacturing and supply of implantable hearing solutions. COCHLEAR LIMITED is the best stock on the All Ordinaries increasing their stock price by 6.74 or 12.153%. Cochlear Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. COH is in the Health Care Equipment & Services industry.
  2. Crescent Gold Limited (CRE) closed this week higher at 0.09. 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 0.02 or 28.571%. Crescent Gold Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). CRE is in the Materials industry.
  3. Citigold Corporation Limited (CTO) closed this week higher at 0.07. Citigold Corporation (CTO) is a gold explorer and producer. The Company's tenements are mainly held in Australia. The core asset of the Company is the Charters Tower goldfield in north east Australia, situated 1000 kilometres north of Brisbane, Queensland. The Company ships gold to Australian Gold Refineries for processing and sale of gold into international markets. CITIGOLD CORPORATION LIMITED is the best stock on the All Ordinaries increasing their stock price by 0.01 or 16.667%. Citigold Corporation Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. CTO is in the Materials industry.
  4. Goodman Group (GMG) ended this week stronger at 0.61. The Goodman Group (GMG) was formerly the Macquarie Goodman Group engages in the ownership, development and management of both the industrial and business spaces with management assets that include distribution and warehouse centres, industrial estates, office and business parks. GOODMAN GROUP is the one of the best performers on the All Ordinaries increasing their stock price by 0.05 or 8.929%. Goodman Group shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. GMG is in the Real Estate industry.
  5. Hutchison Telecommunications (Australia) Limited (HTA) ended this week stronger at 0.06. 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 is the one of the best performers on the All Ordinaries increasing their stock price by 0.01 or 20%. 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. Murchison Metals Ltd (MMX) closed this week higher at 0.43. Murchison Metals (MMX) is a mineral exploration and mining Company with a core focus on iron ore exploration in Western Australia. The Company supplies premium quality iron ore to the global markets. MURCHISON METALS LTD is the a winner this month on the All Ordinaries increasing their stock price by 0.05 or 13.158%. Murchison Metals Ltd shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. MMX is in the Materials industry.
  7. Moly Mines Limited (MOL) closed this week higher at 0.34. Moly Mines (MOL) is a listed resources company focusing on the development of base metals projects including the world class Spinifex Ridge Molybdenum - Copper Project. MOLY MINES LIMITED is the a winner this month on the All Ordinaries incrementing their stock price by 0.03 or 9.677%. Moly Mines Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. MOL is in the Materials industry.
  8. Rex Minerals Limited (RXM) ended this week stronger at 1.38. Rex Minerals (RXM) is an Australian minerals exploration and development company with a large-scale copper project in South Australia and a copper, gold and silver project in New South Wales. On South Australia's Yorke Peninsula, Rex seeks to discover multiple copper deposits leading to the development of a large, low-cost and long life mining operation. REX MINERALS LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the All Ordinaries increasing their stock price by 0.12 or 9.524%. Rex Minerals Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. RXM is in the Materials industry.
  9. Silex Systems Limited (SLX) ended this week stronger at 2.57. 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 0.42 or 19.535%. 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.
  10. Thakral Holdings Group (THG) ended this week stronger at 0.56. Thakral Holdings Group (THG) is a specialist diversified property group engaged in the development and ownership of properties across Australia, Singapore and Japan. The principal operations and activities of the Thakral include investing in hotel, retail, commercial and residential properties; managing retail centers and commercial properties together with the development and sale of land and buildings. THAKRAL HOLDINGS GROUP is the one of the best performers on the All Ordinaries increasing their stock price by 0.05 or 9.804%. Thakral Holdings Group shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. THG is in the Real Estate industry.

Worst Performing Trade Stocks AllOrds (XAO)

  1. Apex Minerals Nl (AXM) ended this week weaker at 0.00. Apex Minerals NL (AXM) is an exploration company mainly searching for base and precious metals. AXM's tenements are mainly located in China and Australia. APEX MINERALS NL was the one of the worst performing stocks on the All Ordinaries diminishing their stock price by 0.00 or -100.00%. Apex Minerals Nl shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. AXM is in the Materials industry.
  2. Billabong International Limited (BBG) closed this week lower at 1.80. 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 All Ordinaries diminishing their stock price by -1.84 or -50.55%. Billabong International Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. BBG is in the Consumer Durables & Apparel industry.
  3. Csg Limited (CSV) ended this week weaker at 0.61. CSG (CSV) is an Information Technology and Communications (ITC) company that consists of 2 core business units which are IT Services and Print Services. CSG LIMITED was the second worst performing stocks on the All Ordinaries shedding stock price value of -0.40 or -39.60%. Csg Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). CSV is in the Software & Services industry.
  4. Hastie Group Limited (HST) closed this week lower at 0.60. 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 All Ordinaries diminishing their stock price by -0.15 or -20.00%. Hastie Group Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. HST is in the Capital Goods industry.
  5. Infigen (IFN) ended this week weaker at 0.25. Infigen Energy (IFN) or Infigen is a global independent renewable energy Company engaged in the ownership and maintenance of wind energy generation assets. INFIGEN was the one of the worst performing stocks on the All Ordinaries diminishing their stock price by -0.06 or -19.36%. Infigen shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. IFN is in the Utilities industry.
  6. Kathmandu Holdings Limited (KMD) closed this week lower at 1.32. Kathmandu Holdings (KMD) is a leading outdoor clothing and equipment retailer with outlets throughout New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom. KMD is a group of people passionate about living the dream - not playing it safe but trying new things, always searching out new toys. Company not world famous explorers (though they can be their customers) but everyday people helping turn fantasies of escape into real possibilities. KATHMANDU HOLDINGS LIMITED was the a loser this month on the All Ordinaries decreasing their stock price by -0.49 or -27.07%. Kathmandu Holdings Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. KMD is in the Retailing industry.
  7. Nexus Energy Limited (NXS) ended this week weaker at 0.20. Nexus Energy (NXS) is an oil and gas explorer and producer. The Company holds a portfolio of quality assets located in three key regions including; the Gippsland Basin off the south east coast of Victoria; the Browse Basin, off the northwest coast of Western Australia and the Bonaparte Basin, offshore west of Darwin. NEXUS ENERGY LIMITED was the second worst performing stocks on the All Ordinaries shedding stock price value of -0.06 or -23.08%. Nexus Energy Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). NXS is in the Energy industry.
  8. Oceania Capital Partners Limited (OCP) ended this week weaker at 1.32. Oceania Capital Partners (OCP) is an investment company that provides its shareholders with investment exposure to, and returns from, investments in operating businesses. OCP pursues private equity style transactions and public market opportunities using private equity experience and disciplines. OCP will invest in operating businesses, whether they are listed on a stock market or not. Where it invests in listed businesses it will usually be where there is seen to be a private equity style of investment opportunity. OCEANIA CAPITAL PARTNERS LIMITED was the one of the worst performing stocks on the All Ordinaries decreasing their stock price by -1.07 or -44.77%. Oceania Capital Partners Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. OCP is in the Diversified Financials industry.
  9. Specialty Fashion Group Limited (SFH) ended this week weaker at 0.46. Specialty Fashion Group (SFH) is a retailer of women's clothing, with operations in Australia and New Zealand. The company sells fashion and affordable women's workwear, casual and leisurewear. SFH sells apparel via its retail outlets. SPECIALTY FASHION GROUP LIMITED was the one of the worst performing stocks on the All Ordinaries diminishing their stock price by -0.13 or -22.03%. Specialty Fashion Group Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. SFH is in the Retailing industry.
  10. Talent2 International Limited (TWO) closed this week lower at 0.49. Talent2 International (TWO) extends services in the area of human resource management. TWO operates in Asia-Pacific region. The products and services offered by Talent2 International include outsourcing solutions, executive search and recruitment services, development and sale of Human Resources Information System as well as payroll, training administration, consulting and learning. TALENT2 INTERNATIONAL LIMITED was the a losing stock this month on the All Ordinaries diminishing their stock price by -0.50 or -50.51%. Talent2 International Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. TWO is in the Software & Services industry.

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