2012's First Week of the Best and Worst Traded Stocks

Submitted by Share Market Writer on 9 January, 2012 - 17:05

The holidays are over and companies are back in business to face the new year for the rollercoaster ride of share prices. The lists below are a record of the best and worst traded stocks in the ASX100, ASX200 and All Ordinaries in the Australian Securities Exchange in the first week of 2012, January 2-6, 2012.

Best Performing Trade Stocks ASX100 (XTO)

ASX100

  1. Dexus Property Group (Dxs) (DXS) ended this week stronger at 0.87. DEXUS Property Group (DXS) is a leading Australian diversified property company. DEXUS PROPERTY GROUP (DXS) is the one of the best performers on the ASX 100 increasing their stock price by 0.04 or 4.82%. Dexus Property Group (Dxs) shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. DXS is in the Real Estate industry.
  2. Fortescue Metals Group Ltd (FMG) closed this week higher at 4.44. Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) is an iron ore explration company which owns significant iron-ore resources and it is a provider of necessary infrastructure. FORTESCUE METALS GROUP LTD is the a winner this month on the ASX 100 incrementing their stock price by 0.17 or 3.98%. Fortescue Metals Group Ltd shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). FMG is in the Materials industry.
  3. Goodman Group (GMG) ended this week stronger at 0.60. 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 0.03 or 5.26%. Goodman Group shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. GMG is in the Real Estate industry.
  4. Mirvac Group (MGR) ended this week stronger at 1.25. Mirvac Group (MGR) is a company engaged in the real estate development of both non-residential and residential projects and management of real estate funds. MIRVAC GROUP is the one of the best performers on the ASX 100 incrementing their stock price by 0.07 or 5.93%. Mirvac Group shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). MGR is in the Real Estate industry.
  5. Newcrest Mining Limited (NCM) ended this week stronger at 30.75. Newcrest Mining Limited (NCM), engaged in gold and copper exploration, development, mining and sales is now the largest producer of gold in Australia and one of the top 10 gold mining companies in the world when it comes to production, reserves and capitalisation in the market. NEWCREST MINING LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the ASX 100 growing their stock price by 1.15 or 3.89%. Newcrest Mining Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. NCM is in the Materials industry.
  6. Sims Group Limited. (SGM) ended this week stronger at 13.20. Sims Group Limited (SGM) is an international metals recycling company operating in two primary businesses: Sims Recycling Solutions and the Metal Recycling. The Sims Recycling Solutions involves the e-recycling of electronic consumer and electrical goods as well as the information technology while the Metal Recycling business of SGM is in charge of collecting, processing and marketing of both the ferrous and non-ferrous metals. SIMS GROUP LIMITED. is the one of the best performers on the ASX 100 increasing their stock price by 0.55 or 4.35%. Sims Group Limited. shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. SGM is in the Materials industry.
  7. Ten Network Holdings Limited (TEN) closed this week higher at 0.88. A parent company of the Network Ten, Ten Network Holdings (TEN) is engaged in investing in the Ten Group Pty Limited (Ten Group) and other controlled entities operating mainly in five large television stations: ATV-10 (Melbourne), TEN10 (Sydney), ADS-10 (Adelaide), TVQ-10 (Brisbane), and NEW-10 (Perth). TEN NETWORK HOLDINGS LIMITED is the a winner this month on the ASX 100 incrementing their stock price by 0.04 or 4.76%. Ten Network Holdings Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. TEN is in the Media industry.
  8. Toll Holdings Limited (TOL) closed this week higher at 4.40. Toll Holdings Limited (TOL) is a logistics company engaged in providing full load road and rail freight forwarding service, full load express and economy freight forwarding service, container handling and storage, specialized international forwarding services, temperature-controlled transport service, wharf cartage, distribution and warehousing of bulk dry and refrigerated goods, removals and relocation brokerage service, time sensitive parcel freight distribution services, bulk liquid transportation, rail and air passenger operations, ports management and stevedoring services, vehicle transport and distribution and shipping line-haul operations for freight and passengers. TOLL HOLDINGS LIMITED is the a winner this month on the ASX 100 increasing their stock price by 0.18 or 4.27%. Toll Holdings Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. TOL is in the Transportation industry.
  9. United Group Limited. (UGL) closed this week higher at 12.35. United Group (UGL) is Australia's leading broad-based infrastructure and services group. Its principal activities incorporate industrial maintenance, manufacturing and engineering services, and development and maintenance of resources and industrial properties. UNITED GROUP LIMITED. is the a winner this month on the ASX 100 incrementing their stock price by 0.45 or 3.78%. United Group Limited. shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. UGL is in the Capital Goods industry.
  10. Westfield Group (WDC) closed this week higher at 8.33. Westfield Group (WDC) is a real property management group vertically integrated and internally managed with a global portfolio. WESTFIELD GROUP is the best stock on the ASX 100 increasing their stock price by 0.52 or 6.66%. Westfield Group shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. WDC is in the Real Estate industry.

Worst Performing Trade Stocks ASX100 (XTO)

  1. Goodman Fielder Limited. (GFF) ended this week weaker at 0.40. 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 -0.04 or -9.09%. 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.
  2. Insurance Australia Group Limited (IAG) ended this week weaker at 2.93. Insurance Australia Group Limited (IAG) is an Australia-based company engaged in the provision of general insurance services including and wide variety of both commercial and personal products. INSURANCE AUSTRALIA GROUP LIMITED was the one of the worst performers on the ASX 100 decreasing their stock price by -0.05 or -1.68%. Insurance Australia Group Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. IAG is in the Insurance industry.
  3. Incitec Pivot Limited (IPL) closed this week lower at 3.07. Incitec Pivot (IPL) is an established international chemicals company principally focused on the production, trading and supply of fertilizers and chemicals. INCITEC PIVOT LIMITED was the a losing stock this month on the ASX 100 diminishing their stock price by -0.04 or -1.29%. Incitec Pivot Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. IPL is in the Materials industry.
  4. James Hardie Industries N.V. (JHX) ended this week weaker at 6.75. 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. was the one of the worst performing stocks on the ASX 100 decreasing their stock price by -0.07 or -1.03%. James Hardie Industries N.V. shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. JHX is in the Materials industry.
  5. Origin Energy Limited (ORG) closed this week lower at 13.16. Origin Energy Limited (ORG) is an Australian-based company focusing on the oil and gas exploration and production, electricity generation, wholesaling and retailing of gas and electricity and investment in utility infrastructure management. ORIGIN ENERGY LIMITED was the a losing stock this month on the ASX 100 shedding stock price value of -0.18 or -1.35%. Origin Energy Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. ORG is in the Energy industry.
  6. Orica Limited (ORI) ended this week weaker at 23.75. The leading supplier of commercial explosives in the world, Orica Limited (ORI) is engaged in the manufacturing and supply of commercial explosives, specialty and industrial chemicals as well as plastics making it the largest chemical company both in Australia and New Zealand. ORICA LIMITED was the second worst performing stocks on the ASX 100 shedding stock price value of -0.49 or -2.02%. Orica Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). ORI is in the Materials industry.
  7. Resmed Inc (RMD) ended this week weaker at 2.45. ResMed Inc. (RMD) is a specialist medical device manufacturer principally focused on the development, manufacturing and sale of medical equipment for the treatment and diagnosis of sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) and other respiratory disorders. SDB includes obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) together with other respiratory disorders occurring during sleep. RESMED INC was the one of the worst performers on the ASX 100 shedding stock price value of -0.02 or -0.81%. Resmed Inc shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). RMD is in the Health Care Equipment & Services industry.
  8. Transurban Group (TCL) closed this week lower at 5.57. Transurban Group (TCL) is the owner, developer and operator of the intelligent transport systems and electronic toll roads; three tolling motorways/road in Australia and one in the US. TRANSURBAN GROUP was the a losing stock this month on the ASX 100 shedding stock price value of -0.05 or -0.89%. Transurban Group shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. TCL is in the Transportation industry.
  9. Telecom Corporation Of New Zealand Limited (TEL) ended this week weaker at 1.54. Telecom Corporation of New Zealand (TEL) is the principal supplier of information technology and telecommunications services in New Zealand and in Australia. TELECOM CORPORATION OF NEW ZEALAND LIMITED was the one of the worst performing stocks on the ASX 100 decreasing their stock price by -0.03 or -1.91%. Telecom Corporation Of New Zealand Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. TEL is in the Telecommunication Services industry.
  10. Tatts Group Limited (TTS) closed this week lower at 2.38. 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 was the worst stock on the ASX 100 decreasing their stock price by -0.06 or -2.46%. Tatts Group Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. TTS is in the Consumer Services industry.

Best Performing Trade Stocks ASX200 (XJO)

ASX200

  1. Hastie Group Limited (HST) closed this week higher at 0.61. 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 is the third best performer on the ASX 200 growing their stock price by 0.05 or 8.93%. Hastie Group Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. HST is in the Capital Goods industry.
  2. Intrepid Mines Limited (IAU) ended this week stronger at 1.18. 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 is the one of the best performers on the ASX 200 incrementing their stock price by 0.09 or 8.26%. Intrepid Mines Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). IAU is in the Materials industry.
  3. Infigen (IFN) ended this week stronger at 0.29. 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 0.02 or 7.41%. Infigen shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. IFN is in the Utilities industry.
  4. Kagara Ltd (KZL) closed this week higher at 0.30. 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 is the third best performer on the ASX 200 growing their stock price by 0.05 or 20.00%. Kagara Ltd shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. KZL is in the Materials industry.
  5. Medusa Mining Limited (MML) ended this week stronger at 4.86. Medusa Mining (MML) produces Gold (Au) from the Co-O mine in the Philippines, where it is also actively exploring for new Gold-Copper (Au-Cu) deposits. MEDUSA MINING LIMITED is the second best performer on the ASX 200 incrementing their stock price by 0.41 or 9.21%. Medusa Mining Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). MML is in the Materials industry.
  6. Oceanagold Corporation (OGC) closed this week higher at 2.28. 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 is the a winner this month on the ASX 200 growing their stock price by 0.19 or 9.09%. Oceanagold Corporation shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. OGC is in the Materials industry.
  7. Om Holdings Limited (OMH) closed this week higher at 0.35. 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 is the a winner this month on the ASX 200 incrementing their stock price by 0.03 or 9.38%. Om Holdings Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. OMH is in the Materials industry.
  8. Resolute Mining Limited (RSG) ended this week stronger at 1.80. Resolute Mining (RSG) is a gold exploration, mining and production company also searching for mineral resources. The Company's operations are held in Australia, Tanzania, Ghana and Mali. Its key mines include Golden Pride and Obotan. RESOLUTE MINING LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the ASX 200 increasing their stock price by 0.16 or 9.76%. Resolute Mining Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. RSG is in the Materials industry.
  9. Sms Management & Technology Limited. (SMX) closed this week higher at 4.91. 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 0.39 or 8.63%. 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 Stocks ASX200 (XJO)

  1. Energy Resources Of Australia Limited (ERA) closed this week lower at 1.16. Energy Resources of Australia (ERA) is one of the world's leading uranium producers. The company produces 10 per cent of the world's uranium demand. ENERGY RESOURCES OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED was the a loser this month on the ASX 200 decreasing their stock price by -0.07 or -5.69%. Energy Resources Of Australia Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. ERA is in the Energy industry.
  2. Goodman Fielder Limited. (GFF) ended this week weaker at 0.40. 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 -0.04 or -9.09%. 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.
  3. Gunns Limited (GNS) ended this week weaker at 0.10. 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 -0.02 or -16.67%. Gunns Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. GNS is in the Materials industry.
  4. Hastings Diversified Utilities Fund (HDF) ended this week weaker at 1.98. 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 was the one of the worst performing stocks on the ASX 200 decreasing their stock price by -0.07 or -3.42%. Hastings Diversified Utilities Fund shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. HDF is in the Utilities industry.
  5. Murchison Metals Ltd (MMX) closed this week lower at 0.41. 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 was the a loser this month on the ASX 200 decreasing their stock price by -0.03 or -6.82%. Murchison Metals Ltd shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. MMX is in the Materials industry.
  6. Sundance Resources Limited (SDL) ended this week weaker at 0.37. Sundance Resources (SDL) is an exploration Company, with a focus on iron ore, copper, gold and other base metals. The key asset of the Company is Mbalam iron ore project which is located in the Republic of Cameroon in central West Africa. SUNDANCE RESOURCES LIMITED was the second worst performing stocks on the ASX 200 shedding stock price value of -0.03 or -7.50%. Sundance Resources Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). SDL is in the Materials industry.
  7. Southern Cross Media Group Limited (SXL) closed this week lower at 1.04. Southern Cross Media Group (SXL), formerly Southern Cross Media Group) invests in media and owns two major assets: Macquarie Southern Cross Media - Radio and Television and a number of American local newspapers through 100% ownership of American Consolidated Media (ACM). MMG's investment mandate is wide, requiring investments to be media assets with stable earnings and cash flow, strong market positions, barriers to entry and potential for further earnings improvement. SOUTHERN CROSS MEDIA GROUP LIMITED was the worst stock on the ASX 200 decreasing their stock price by -0.04 or -3.70%. Southern Cross Media Group Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. SXL is in the Media industry.
  8. Transpacific Industries Group Ltd (TPI) ended this week weaker at 0.79. Transpacific Industries Group (TPI) is a holding company principally engaged in providing waste and environmental services, vehicle retailing and terminal services in Australia, New Zealand and parts of the Asia Pacific. TRANSPACIFIC INDUSTRIES GROUP LTD was the second worst performing stocks on the ASX 200 shedding stock price value of -0.02 or -2.47%. Transpacific Industries Group Ltd shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). TPI is in the Commercial Services & Supplies industry.
  9. Tatts Group Limited (TTS) closed this week lower at 2.38. 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 was the worst stock on the ASX 200 decreasing their stock price by -0.06 or -2.46%. Tatts Group Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. TTS is in the Consumer Services industry.
  10. White Energy Company Limited (WEC) ended this week weaker at 0.37. 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 -0.01 or -2.63%. 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. Gujarat Nre Minerals Limited (GNM) closed this week higher at 0.20. Gujarat NRE Coking Coal (GNM) focuses on the development of the NRE No.1 Colliery in the southern coalfields of New South Wales. GUJARAT NRE MINERALS LIMITED is the a winner this month on the All Ordinaries incrementing their stock price by 0.02 or 11.11%. Gujarat Nre Minerals Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). GNM is in the Energy industry.
  2. Kagara Ltd (KZL) closed this week higher at 0.30. 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 is the third best performer on the All Ordinaries growing their stock price by 0.05 or 20.00%. Kagara Ltd shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. KZL is in the Materials industry.
  3. Magma Metals Limited. (MMW) ended this week stronger at 0.12. Magma Metals (MMW) was incorporated in June 2005 to undertake exploration, discovery and development of precious and base metals mineral deposits in Australia and Canada. MAGMA METALS LIMITED. is the one of the best performers on the All Ordinaries growing their stock price by 0.04 or 50.00%. Magma Metals Limited. shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. MMW is in the Materials industry.
  4. Norton Gold Fields Limited (NGF) closed this week higher at 0.19. 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 is the a winner this month on the All Ordinaries incrementing their stock price by 0.02 or 11.77%. Norton Gold Fields Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Stock Exchange. NGF is in the Materials industry.
  5. Oceania Capital Partners Limited (OCP) ended this week stronger at 2.00. 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 is the one of the best performers on the All Ordinaries increasing their stock price by 0.68 or 51.52%. Oceania Capital Partners Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. OCP is in the Diversified Financials industry.
  6. Orocobre Limited (ORE) ended this week stronger at 1.39. Orocobre (ORE) is a mineral explorer and producer with its activities centered on the development of lithium, potash and boron resources in Argentina. OROCOBRE LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the All Ordinaries increasing their stock price by 0.12 or 9.45%. Orocobre Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. ORE is in the Materials industry.
  7. Photon Group Limited (PGA) ended this week stronger at 0.06. Photon Group (PGA) is a leading and one of the largest communications companies in Australia, providing integrated marketing communication services, with operations in Australia and worldwide. PGA comprises over 53 independent specialist businesses, engaged in the delivery of tangible results for their clients. PHOTON GROUP LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the All Ordinaries incrementing their stock price by 0.01 or 20.00%. Photon Group Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). PGA is in the Media industry.
  8. Resolute Mining Limited (RSG) ended this week stronger at 1.80. Resolute Mining (RSG) is a gold exploration, mining and production company also searching for mineral resources. The Company's operations are held in Australia, Tanzania, Ghana and Mali. Its key mines include Golden Pride and Obotan. RESOLUTE MINING LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the All Ordinaries increasing their stock price by 0.16 or 9.76%. Resolute Mining Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. RSG is in the Materials industry.
  9. Toro Energy Limited (TOE) ended this week stronger at 0.10. Toro Energy (TOE) is a leading uranium explorer formed through the amalgamation of the uranium interests of Oxiana Ltd and Minotaur Exploration Ltd in Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory in Australia, and Namibia and Guinea in Africa. TOE's key advanced projects are the Wiluna project and the Napperby project. Currently TOE has 17 exploration interests in Australia and three in Africa. The company recently signed MOU to acquire uranium interests in Morocco. TORO ENERGY LIMITED is the one of the best performers on the All Ordinaries growing their stock price by 0.01 or 11.11%. Toro Energy Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. TOE is in the Energy industry.
  10. Unilife Corporation (UNS) closed this week higher at 0.60. Unilife (UNS) is a U.S. based medical device company focused on the design, development, manufacture and supply of a proprietary range of retractable syringes. Primary target customers for their products include pharmaceutical manufacturers, suppliers of medical equipment to healthcare facilities and patients who self-administer prescription medication. All of their syringes incorporate automatic and fully-integrated safety features which are designed to protect those at risk of needlestick injuries and unsafe injection practices. UNS is ISO 13485 certified and have FDA-registered medical device manufacturing facilities in Pennsylvania. UNILIFE CORPORATION is the a winner this month on the All Ordinaries increasing their stock price by 0.09 or 17.65%. Unilife Corporation shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. UNS is in the Health Care Equipment & Services industry.

Worst Performing Trade Stocks AllOrds (XAO)

  1. Goodman Fielder Limited. (GFF) ended this week weaker at 0.40. 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 All Ordinaries shedding stock price value of -0.04 or -9.09%. 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.
  2. Gunns Limited (GNS) ended this week weaker at 0.10. 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 -0.02 or -16.67%. Gunns Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. GNS is in the Materials industry.
  3. Hfa Holdings Limited (HFA) ended this week weaker at 0.72. HFA Holdings (HFA) is a specialist funds-management company providing absolute-return fund products to retail, wholesale and institutional investors throughout Australia. HFA HOLDINGS LIMITED was the one of the worst performers on the All Ordinaries shedding stock price value of -0.12 or -14.29%. Hfa Holdings Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). HFA is in the Diversified Financials industry.
  4. Mineral Deposits Limited (MDL) closed this week lower at 4.70. Mineral Deposits (MDL) is a mineral resources company engaged in the exploration, mining and development of mineral sands and gold. The Company is principally focused on the development of its two key assets, the Sabodala Gold Project and the Grande C�te Mineral Sands Project, located in Senegal, West Africa. MINERAL DEPOSITS LIMITED was the a loser this month on the All Ordinaries shedding stock price value of -0.38 or -7.48%. Mineral Deposits Limited shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). MDL is in the Materials industry.
  5. Murchison Metals Ltd (MMX) closed this week lower at 0.41. 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 was the a loser this month on the All Ordinaries decreasing their stock price by -0.03 or -6.82%. Murchison Metals Ltd shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. MMX is in the Materials industry.
  6. Molopo Australia Limited (MPO) ended this week weaker at 0.59. Molopo Energy (MPO) is an exploration company focusing on the development of coalbed methane (CBM) projects in Queensland (QLD) and New South Wales (NSW). The company also has oil and gas projects in China, South Africa, Canada and the United States. MOLOPO AUSTRALIA LIMITED was the second worst performing stocks on the All Ordinaries shedding stock price value of -0.05 or -7.81%. Molopo Australia Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). MPO is in the Energy industry.
  7. Nido Petroleum Limited (NDO) ended this week weaker at 0.03. Nido Petroleum (NDO) is an oil and gas production and exploration company. The company operates primarily in the Philippines along the Palawan basin, as well as in the Southern gas basin of the North Sea. Its key assets in the Philippines include the Nido and Matinloc producing oil fields. NIDO PETROLEUM LIMITED was the one of the worst performing stocks on the All Ordinaries decreasing their stock price by -0.01 or -25.00%. Nido Petroleum Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian stock market. NDO is in the Energy industry.
  8. Pan Pacific Petroleum Nl (PPP) closed this week lower at 0.13. Pan Pacific Petroleum (PPP) is a petroleum exploration and production company. It has interests in Carnarvon, Otway and Gippsland basins in Australia, as well as an offshore exploration permit, with promising discoveries in the Taranaki basin of New Zealand.Pan Pacific NL is a New Zealand registered company, listed on the ASX and the NZX. It has interests in New Zealand and Australia. PAN PACIFIC PETROLEUM NL was the a loser this month on the All Ordinaries decreasing their stock price by -0.01 or -7.14%. Pan Pacific Petroleum Nl shares can be traded by share traders on the Australian stock market. PPP is in the Energy industry.
  9. Sundance Resources Limited (SDL) ended this week weaker at 0.37. Sundance Resources (SDL) is an exploration Company, with a focus on iron ore, copper, gold and other base metals. The key asset of the Company is Mbalam iron ore project which is located in the Republic of Cameroon in central West Africa. SUNDANCE RESOURCES LIMITED was the second worst performing stocks on the All Ordinaries shedding stock price value of -0.03 or -7.50%. Sundance Resources Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). SDL is in the Materials industry.
  10. Tfs Corporation Limited (TFC) ended this week weaker at 0.57. Tranzact Financial Services (TFC) operates in the financial services industry, and offers administration, asset consulting and actuarial services to superannuation funds. TFS CORPORATION LIMITED was the one of the worst performing stocks on the All Ordinaries diminishing their stock price by -0.05 or -8.07%. Tfs Corporation Limited shares can be bought and sold by investors on the Australian Stock Exchange. TFC is in the Diversified Financials industry.