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BlueBet surged 15.6% on record Q1 results including record turnover of $125.9 million.

ASX closed fell; BlueBet soared on Q1 results; Aussie Broadband jumped 5% on AGM

The ASX200 closed 0.25% lower on Thursday at 7430.40 points.

BlueBet surged 15.6% after releasing record Q3 results.

Aussie Broadband jumped 5% following AGM & Chair comments.

The Australian market closed 0.25% lower on Thursday at 7430.40 points as heavy losses for energy stocks weighed down the key index. The gold miners were the best performers during today’s session.

The tech sector tumble extended into afternoon trade with Codan falling 5.84%, Afterpay shedding 2.37% and Wisetech Global finishing the session 1.70% lower.

Bitcoin is trading 3.57% lower over the last 24-hours at US$58,842.40 at 4:30pm AEDT.

Online betting operator BlueBet surged 15.6% today after releasing record Q1 results. For the three months ended 30 September 2021, BlueBet reported record Turnover of $125.9 million up 67.4% on the PCP, record Net Win of $14.8 million, up 87.6% on the PCP, and 39,195 active customers, up 63.8% on the PCP.
The company also expects to make its US market debut in Iowa early in 2022.

Making headlines, Aussie Broadband shares jumped just under 5% today following the company’s AGM. Highlighted in the AGM was Aussie Broadband’s $19.1m EBITDA for FY21 in-line with guidance from May, with the company’s chair Adrian Fitzpatrick noting the increasing reliance and importance on connectivity throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

And a new dating app called Thursday dating takes over a new bar in the US and UK every Thursday to bring singles together for a singles-only night at each venue.

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