The Last Trade || ASX Ends 0.5% Higher; BHP, Rio, Ires Surge

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• Shares of cybersecurity services provider Tesserent gained as much as 9 per cent today. The Company has reported operating EBITDA is up 125.5 per cent June quarter of 2021.

• Shares of financial services provider The Agency Group Australia have rallied 34.5 per cent. The company stated it expected unaudited EBITDA to exceed AU$4 million for financial year 2021.

• Shares of Regis Resources Limited gained nearly 9 per cent intraday on strong production outlook for financial year 2022.

• The share price of New Zealand-based translation services provider Straker Translations climbed nearly 6 per cent following earnings report.

• Moving on. Shares of Fortescue Metals Group rose as much as 3 per cent to hit a 52-week high after the world's fourth-largest iron ore miner reported record quarterly iron ore shipments.

• Carbine Resources Limited saw its share surged over 5 per cent after the mineral explorer provided an update on its Muchea West Silica Sands Project.

• Shares of Volpara Health Technologies rose 3 per cent after the health technology software firm received FDA clearance for its Volpara Imaging Software.

• Shares of metals and mining giant Rio Tinto hit a record high after the company reported strong earnings and announced AU$9.1 billion in dividends.

• Shares of Australian Pharmaceutical Industries rose 0.7 per cent to AU$1.42 after it rejected a takeover bid from Wesfarmers calling it “opportunistic”.

• Shares of software firm Iress was among the top gainers on the ASX pack after it rejected a takeover bid from investment firm EQT Fund Management.





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