Why These 6 NZX Stocks Ebbed And Flowed Today- GFL, EVO, SML, BRM, GEO, MLN


  • Have a look at these gainers and decliners of the day.
  • They have announced their recent modus operandi.
  • Have a look at how they performed at the NZX today.

These stocks have ebbed and flowed throughout the day. Let’s have a look at some of these fluctuating stocks for the day, and find out how they have performed, and whether they are worth your investment in the near future?

Geneva Finance Limited (NZX:GFL)

It offers consumer credits as well as SME market financial services. The Company has recently announced its final dividend for the year up to 31 March 2021. It will offer a dividend of 2.50 cents. The ex-dividend date for this shall be 1 June 2021, while the payable shall be 10 June 2021.

At the time of writing on May 13, Geneva Finance Limited traded at NZ$0.620, up by 3.33%.

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Evolve Education Group(NZX:EVO)

This Company provides early education to the new blood of the country. It has  recently announced that its annual meeting shall be held on 29 June 2021. Besides this, the closing date for sending the nominations for director’s post is 20th of May, 2021.

At the time of writing On May 13, Evolve Education Group traded at NZ$1.160, down by 1.69%.

Synlait Milk Limited (NZX:SML)

This is a dairy-based processing Company, which has its headquarters in Canterbury. It has been announced by it that it had novel emission-based targets in the upcoming months. This is keeping in line with the government’s mission to reduce its carbon emissions manifold.

At the time of writing on May 13, Synlait Milk Limited traded at NZ$3.200, down by 0.62%.

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Barramundi Limited (NZX:BRM)

This is an investment-based Company, which usually makes alliance with Australia-based firms. It recently announced its quarterly newsletter, which had a note of the spectacular performance that the Company has  been making for over 25 years. It has announced a dividend of 1.58 cents per share, which was paid on 26 March of 2021.

At the time of writing on May 13, Barramundi Limited traded at NZ$1030, down by 4.63%.

GEO Limited (NZX:GEO)

This is a SaaS-based business, which functions in New Zealand. Roger Sharp, the Non-Executive chair, has expressed his intention to step down from his position. The Company  has a positive outlook for the future. Tim Molley, The CEO, expressed gratitude towards Mr. Sharp and wished him luck for the future.

At the time of writing on May 13, Geo Limited traded at NZ$0.110, down by 3.51%.

Marlin Global Limited (NZX:MLN)

This Company deals in investment for growing brands and businesses. It has recently announced that it had been on the road to economic recovery for a while and had an optimistic outlook for the upcoming time. It announced a dividend of 2.21 cents per share, which was paid on 26 March 2021.

At the time of writing on May 13, Marlin Global Limited traded at NZ$1.500, down by 5.66%.

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