Winners & Losers

News and Information about the Winners and Losers in the Australian Share Market. This section records the weekly best performers and the worst performing stocks on the ASX. Find out if your online trading stocks achieved Top 10 status.

Worst Australian Stocks of the Week: XJO


Worst Performing Australian Stocks of the Week on the ASX200 (XJO) for the week. These stocks decreased their share price by the largest percentage on the Australian sharemarket, the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) from the previous week of trading (6th week: 7th February to 11th February 2011). Other lists of ASX companies by Market capitalisation.

Best Australian Stocks of the Week: XAO


Best Performing Australian Stocks of the Week on the S&P All Ords (XAO) for the week, on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) this 6th week: 7th February to 11th February 2011. Stocks which excelled this week include: KAM, JML, AVJ, FXL, CTO, CTY, BAU, CSS, KRL, LNC. These stocks increased their stock price by the largest percentage on the Australian sharemarket. Other lists of ASX companies by market capitalisation.

Worst Australian Stocks of the Week: XAO


Worst Performing Australian Stocks of the Week on the S&P All Ords (XAO) for the week, on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) this 6th week: 7th February to 11th February 2011. Stocks which made the worst list this week include: CSR, MMW, CDA, BOC, MYR, CNP, RCI, CNX, NBS, PGA. These stocks decreased their stock price by the largest percentage on the Australian sharemarket. Other lists of ASX companies by market capitalisation.

S&P ASX 100 Best Performing Stocks


Best Performing Stocks on the S&P ASX 100 for the week. These stocks increased their share price by the largest percentage on the Australian sharemarket, the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) from the previous week of trading (5th week: 31st January to 4th February 2011). Other lists of ASX companies by market capitalisation.

S&P ASX 100 Worst Performing Stocks


Worst Performing Stocks on the S&P ASX 100 for the week. These stocks decreased their share price by the largest percentage on the Australian sharemarket, the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) from the previous week of trading (5th week: 31st January to 4th February 2011). Other lists of ASX companies by market capitalisation.

S&P ASX 200 Best Performing Stocks


Best Performing Stocks on the S&P ASX 200 for the week. These stocks increased their share price by the largest percentage on the Australian sharemarket, the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) from the previous week of trading (5th week: 31st January to 4th February 2011). Other lists of ASX companies by market capitalisation. Winners include: MMX, AGO, ELD, AVO, RRL, MAH, SDL, EQN, SBM, MML.

S&P ASX 200 Worst Performing Stocks


Worst Performing Stocks on the S&P ASX 200 for the week. These stocks decreased their share price by the largest percentage on the Australian sharemarket, the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) from the previous week of trading (5th week: 31st January to 4th February 2011). Other lists of ASX companies by Market capitalisation. Losers include: SRL, GNS, SXL, PPX, TEL, GFF, LYC, EWC, HST, KZL.

S&P All Ords Best Performing Stocks


Best Performing Stocks on the S&P All Ords for the week, on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) this 5th week: 31st January to 4th February 2011. These stocks increased their stock price by the largest percentage on the Australian sharemarket. Other lists of ASX companies by market capitalisation. Winners on the ASX All Ords last week.

S&P All Ords Worst Performing Stocks


Worst Performing Stocks on the S&P All Ords for the week, on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) this 5th week: 31st January to 4th February 2011. These stocks decreased their stock price by the largest percentage on the Australian sharemarket. Other lists of ASX companies by market capitalisation. Losers on the ASX All Ords last week.

S&P ASX 100 Big Percentage Gainers


S&P ASX 100 Big Percentage Gainers stocks for the week. These stocks increased their share price by the largest percentage on the Australian sharemarket, the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) from the previous week of trading (4th week: 24th January to 28th January 2011). Other lists of ASX companies by market capitalisation.

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