Daily rockets & losers; Tyro Payments leads the losers on first half results falling short of expectations
Looking at the movers and shakers on the ASX200 today.
A2 Milk leads the stock rockets today so far, up 11.9% after the company released first half results including revenue in line with guidance, but down 2.5% for the period.
AGL Energy is trading 11.3% higher, after the company’s board rejected an unsolicited non-binding indicative acquisition offer for $7.50 per share on the grounds of undervaluing the company.
And Chorus is rallying 10.7% after lunchtime on the release of first half results including net profit after tax almost doubling to 47 million dollars.
On the losing front,
Tyro Payments leads the losers today down 24% after the fintech company released first half results including EBITDA of $2.8million, below expectations and down 68% on the prior corresponding period.
Super Retail Group is also down 12.6% today following the release of first half results including profit down 35.9% from the prior corresponding period.
And Pointsbet is trading 10% lower despite no price sensitive news released by the online betting company.
And Pointsbet is trading % lower despite no price sensitive news released by the online betting company.
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