Computershare leads the stock rockets up 13% following the release of strong H1 results
Looking at the movers and shakers on the ASX200 today.
Computershare leads the stock rockets today, up more than 13% after lunchtime following the release of the fintech company’s strong first half results and a full year earnings per share guidance upgrade from 2% to 9%.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia is up just over 5.6% today after also releasing strong first half results including a 22% increase in net profit after tax.
And Tyro Payments rounds out the top three stock rockets, up more than 4% today so far.
On the losing front,
Mineral Resources leads the losers today down 10% after announcing a new joint venture with Albermarle Corporation.
Bapcor is down 6.8% after lunchtime following the release of first half results.
And Nanosonics is trading 6.25% lower again today following yesterday’s announcement that its sales agreement with GE Healthcare will be revised to only a pass-through model until it expires in June.
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