Articles On Papyrus Australia (ASX:PPY)

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Closing Bell: Big caps get whacked on ASX Day of the Earnings Miss

  ASX200 ends lower on bad corporate reveals The falling Healthcare Sector remains CSL’s slave Small cap winners led by Ansarda A big day for blue chip earnings reports has led the Australian sharemarket all over the shop and eventually l...

Stockhead PPY 2 weeks ago
Top 10 at 11: A solid gold hit and a takeover are making the news today

Good morning, and welcome to Stockhead’s Top 10 at shortly-before-11-ish, which is meant to highlight the best (and sometimes worst) performing ASX stocks in morning trade using live data, to provide a short, sharp update to help frame the...

Stockhead PPY 2 weeks ago
Closing Bell: Blood plasma giant CSL bleeds out in front of entire ASX on Monday

  ASX200 dragged down by bad drugs The IT Sector is up 1.1pc, Healthcare is down about 3.2pc Small cap winners led by American Rare Earths and Appen   The benchmark was shot through the heart by CSL this morning leaving everything else in...

Stockhead PPY 2 weeks ago
Closing Bell: Smug ASX ends Tuesday higher, but not much better

The ASX benchmark has ended Tuesday higher 8 of 11 sectors in the green Small caps led by Plenti Group (ASX:PLT), InteliCare (ASX:ICR) The local market has trimmed some of its early gains (wussed out) after jumping out of the blocks in...

Stockhead PPY 3 months ago
Closing Bell: Stupid ASX loses confidence, ends flat… but 25pc of Redbubble’s back

Benchmark ASX index finishes ever so slightly up ASX Sectors led by Financial, IT, Property and Materials Small cap gainers: RBL, PIL, and LPI   Here’s how we ended on Thursday. Local markets largely did okay, and then wilted when we go...

Stockhead PPY 4 months ago
CLOSING BELL: ASX sinks to -1.4pc, despite a late tech rally and some sunny Small Caps news

Benchmark slides throughout the day after a shocker on Wall Street last night. Utilities did best but still ended up losing, down 0.3% for the day. Paincheck a ray of sunshine this afternoon, up 33% today despite an early speeding ticket....

Stockhead PPY 5 months ago
Closing Bell: Tempus Trap, ASX200 loses its bottle, James Bay makes more hay on 2nd day

ASX 200 falls sharply from the open, tracking Wall St sell off ahead of US CPI read tonight Most sectors decline led by Tech and Industrials Tempus Resources jumps 50%, cops a speeding ticket   Australian shares stepped off the into th...

Stockhead PPY 5 months ago
Closing Bell: Bad earnings, bad leads and just terrible Chinese monetary policy hit home markets on Monday

ASX 200 benchmark ends almost 0.4% lower Only Consumer Discretionary and Energy Sectors rise Small cap stocks led by exploration minnow Western Gold Resources (ASX:WGR)   How to spin this for a gentler end to Monday…? Well, it’s not been...

Stockhead PPY 6 months ago
The Ethical Investor: Zip Co says e-waste recycling can accelerate tech investment and reduce data breach

E-waste is becoming a big problem for the environment We take a look at ASX companies in the recycling space We also reached out to Zip Co’s Jessie Goldie and Zolo’s Franz Siasat   Electronic waste (e-waste) in the form of discarded produ...

Stockhead PPY 6 months ago
Top 10 at 10: Which ASX stocks are winning and waning on Wednesday?

Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published at ~10.30am each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX stocks in morning trade using live data. It’s a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest movers...

Stockhead PPY 8 months ago
Closing Bell: US debt ceiling progress sees ASX fare okay; Paladin comes out swinging

The ASX 200 rose 0.30%, as the day turned out flattish to half decent, rather than deadset flattened The fact US Congress types look like reaching a debt-ceiling deal no doubt helped matters Healthcare and tech stonks are up, while Paladin...

Stockhead PPY 9 months ago
CLOSING BELL: Mega gold merger outweighs bankers’ ex-div dive, leaving the ASX up 0.1%

After a feeble start, the benchmark has rallied to close at +0.1% Newcrest and Newmont shake hands on Australia’s biggest goldie takeover Westar Resources shines bright with a 47% price hike   As far as days on the ASX go, that definitely...

Stockhead PPY 9 months ago
Closing Bell: Fridayitis as ASX slumps 0.35%, gold still on topsy-turvy ride

The S&P ASX 200 closed 0.35% lower, while the S&P XEC closed down 0.59% following lead of US markets RBR Group signals a restart to the stalled development of the Rovuma LNG mega project in northern Mozambique Incannex Healthcare...

Stockhead PPY 10 months ago
CLOSING BELL: It’s a scary end to the week as ASX suffers worst hit in five months

Aussie bourse has worst day since November 3 with S&P ASX 200 down 2.28% Even darling lithium stocks are down on declining prices in China Magnum Mining & Exploration soars 60% on positive metallurgical test work So it’s Friday...

Stockhead PPY 11 months ago
Top 10 at 10: Which ASX stock is getting high on MDMA hype?

Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published at ~10.30am each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX stocks in morning trade using live data. It’s a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest movers...

Stockhead PPY 1 year ago
Top 10 at 10: Which battery metals play has a new key claim in Canada lithium country?

Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published at ~10.30am each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX stocks in morning trade using live data. It’s a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest movers...

Stockhead PPY 1 year ago
The Ethical Investor: Papyrus to showcase eco packaging tech at COP27, and a peep at other ASX stocks in this space

The packaging business is booming, underpinned by the need for sustainable solutions Papyrus, a company invited to COP27, makes packaging out of banana trunks A look at other ASX stocks in this space Under the blazing sunshine of Sharm el...

Stockhead PPY 1 year ago
Closing Bell: Small caps, ASX200 rise; Tinkler takes a tear out of Jameson Resources, shares gain 50%

ASX 200 halves gains on the run home  Small cap index closes about 0.7% higher Tinkler takes more Jameson, shares jumps 50%   Up strongly this morning following some epic 90’s style US leads on Friday… …the benchmark ASX200 is giving it...

Stockhead PPY 1 year ago
Papyrus Australia (ASX:PPY) pens banana fibre contract with Egyptian Govt

Papyrus Australia (PPY) pens a contract for its banana fibre product line with the Egyptian governmentThrough its Egyptian commercial entity, Papyrus Egypt, the company has signed a phase one deal covering the sale of banana fibre moulding...

themarketherald.com.au PPY 1 year ago
Market Highlights: RBA’s rate hike, Deauville Legend, and 5 ASX small caps to watch on Tuesday

Local shares are set to open higher on Tuesday Wall Street fell by up tp 1%, dragged down by downbeat Chinese data The RBA will make its rate call at 2.30pm today, half an hour before the Race Aussie shares are poised to edge higher on Me...

Stockhead PPY 1 year ago
Closing Bell: “How to seize control, dispose of rivals and reign forever”, by J. Stalin and E. Musk.

The ASX has closed lower by 0.9% Elon Musk takes the reins at Twitter and immediately fires everyone in the room Potentia’s making an aggressive play for Nitro Software. Again.   Aussie markets are down for the day, with a dreadful result...

Stockhead PPY 1 year ago
Top 10 at 10: These lithium, uranium stocks are riding high on today’s ASX rollercoaster

Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published at 10.30am each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX stocks in morning trade using live data. It’s a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest movers...

Stockhead PPY 1 year ago
Closing Bell: Investors scatter as US inflation fears and Chinese COVID-cases poised to run rampant

ASX slides early and long on Monday Small cap index crashes -2.3% Besra Gold (ASX:BEZ) just tripled its own sense of self   We’re all in the same boat on Monday, floating aimlessly about the big blue of the Pacific amidst inflation and it...

Stockhead PPY 1 year ago
Closing Bell: A little Monday magic ahead of a Tuesday cash rate reality check

The ASX 200 and XEC small cap indices rise Attention turns to Tuesday’s date with RBA destiny Celsius Resources is hot   The ASX 200 and the Emerging Markets (XEC) indices are both trading higher on Monday up about 1.2%, ahead of tomorrow...

Stockhead PPY 1 year ago
The Ethical Investor: Investing in the circular economy with Close the Loop’s CEO, Joe Foster

The Ethical Investor is Stockhead’s weekly look at ESG moves on the ASX. This week’s special guest is Close the Loop’s CEO, Joe Foster. Over the past two weeks, we saw large parts of the east coast being engulfed by flood waters caused by s...

Stockhead PPY 1 year ago
Closing Bell: ASX down on Beijing tantrum, biotech proves Sandy Beard no rash decision

The S&P/ASX200 is lower in late trade on Tuesday, dropping around 30 points or 0.4%, after iron ore futures plunged in Singapore. The SGX March booking shed a full 10% after lunch (Singapore time) on reports Beijing has just had it with...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
Closing Bell: ASX edges lower as junior mining explorers surge ahead

The ASX 200 posted a small 0.11 fall on Tuesday, outperformed by the small end of town as the microcap Emerging Companies index rose by 0.66%. There were no clear catalysts as Asian markets struggled for direction after Wall Street was clos...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
Papyrus Australia produces 100% banana food packaging

Agricultural waste fibre technology company Papyrus Australia (ASX: PPY) has announced its moulded fibre packaging facility in Egypt has been successful at producing the world’s first 100% banana fibre clam shell moulded product. The announ...

SmallCaps PPY 2 years ago
Papyrus Egypt (ASX:PPY) produces banana fibre food packaging

Papyrus Australia (PPY) develops a 100 per cent Banana Fibre Clam Shell moulded product The agricultural wastre fire company has used its leased moulded fire packaging facility, located in Sharqiah, Egypt Papyrus is now able to output 6300...

themarketherald.com.au PPY 2 years ago
ASX off to a cautious start on last day of 2021; Paladin, Mesoblast shine

Highlights ASX 200 fell 0.2% or 12 points to 7,501.2 in early trade on the last day of the year. Despite making new all-time highs in the early session, the S&P 500 and the Dow ended the session lower. The consumer discretionary a...

Kalkine Media PPY 2 years ago
Australia’s e-waste is mounting, but these recycling stocks – and the 2022 NSW Australian of the Year – provide hope

Every year around 16,650 tonnes of waste batteries, or the equivalent of around 810 million AA batteries goes to landfill in Australia. Electronic waste in the form of discarded products ranging from mobile phones to computers and televisio...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
Closing Bell: ASX starts November on a positive note with 3 new listings

The ASX 200 rose 0.64% on the first trading day of the month. All sectors were in the green except financials – a sector dragged down by Westpac (ASX:WBC) following its results. The best sectors were consumer discretionaries, telcos and uti...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
Closing Bell: ASX opens flat, closes flat as a rare earths moonshot steals the show

The ASX started flat and closed flat as local markets struggled for direction in Thursday trade. By flat we mean almost literally, as the ASX 200 closed 0.02% higher on the day. Modest gains in financials and tech stocks were offset by the...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
10 at 10: These ASX stocks have made a crowning achievement this morning

Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published at 10.15am each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX small caps in morning trade using live data. It’s a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest mov...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
September Winners Column: A rough month but uranium and lithium managed gains. And caravan renters

September 2021 was the worst month for the ASX since March 2020 but the 50 best stocks gained 57% or more. Despite a positive close on September 30, the ASX finished the month down 2.59% and nearly 4% lower since mid-August. While the stimu...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
Hot Money Monday: Viagold is still mooning — up 1,000pc since August 27

Each week, Stockhead recaps ASX stocks that are “running hot” as deduced by the Relative Strength Index (RSI). The RSI is a technical gauge which measures how trading momentum is affecting the price action. A reading of 70 is seen as the le...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
Closing Bell: Afterpay-backed Touch Ventures makes a strong debut while the ASX floats in a sea of red

Local stocks closed in the red on Wednesday (as expected), after US stocks posted their biggest fall since June overnight. The ASX 200 threatened to tank early but gained back some ground in afternoon trade to finish 1.08% lower. By sector,...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
Closing Bell: ASX retreats despite energy gaining 4.3pc, battery stock Li-S Energy rockets on debut

The ASX failed to replicate yesterday’s positive start to the week, falling over 1% today. The ASX 200 closed 1.47% down at 7,726 points while the ASX Emerging Companies Index fell 0.73% closing at 2,537 points. The worst sectors were healt...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
Five ASX-listed environmental stocks for a clean future

Highlights Governments across the world are implementing energy and climate policies to cut greenhouse gas emissions. The green energy theme is picking momentum with businesses setting dedicated decarbonisation targets as well as emiss...

Kalkine Media PPY 2 years ago
Closing Bell: ASX has its worst day since February, suffering 2.1pc drop

Australia’s bourse had its biggest decline since February 26 falling by over 2%. The ASX 200 fell 2.1% to close at 7,248 and is down 5% since August 13. The ASX Emerging Companies Index fared worse, losing over 4% in its worst day since Apr...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
Closing Bell: ASX closes out choppy week, IPO rush continues, iron ore tanks

The ASX 200 has tracked lower in Friday trade, rounding out a choppy week where local stocks struggled for direction. The index was dragged lower by another brutal session for the big miners as iron ore prices tanked again, led by a 15% dro...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
These two waste management stocks excited investors this morning

Two of the biggest winners on the ASX this morning were Papyrus (ASX:PPY) and M8 Sustainable (ASX:M8S) — a pair of stocks with interesting waste management solutions. Papyrus is one of the more unique companies on the ASX, developing techno...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
10 at 10: These ASX stocks are the most illuminated this morning

Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published at 10.15am each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX small caps in morning trade using live data. It’s a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest mov...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
Closing Bell: ASX drifts sideways, hot lithium stock Pan Asia keeps on booming

Local stocks struggled for traction in Wednesday trade, as the major indexes drifted sideways following a weak lead out of the US. Banks and energy stocks were up, offsetting falls in resources and consumer staples. There were few major cat...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
Closing Bell: Tech pushes ASX to another positive day

The ASX 200 rose 0.41% to close at 7,535 while the ASX Emerging Companies Index gained another 1.36% to close at 2,362 points. All sectors were in the green except energy and utilities which lost 1.44% and 1.19%. The best performing sectors...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
10 at 10: These ASX stocks are the most hotly contested for amongst investors this morning

Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published at 10.15am each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX small caps in morning trade using live data. It’s a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest mov...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
Closing Bell: ASX goes green to start the week

It was a positive start to the week for the Australian bourse. The ASX 200 rose 0.22% to 7,505 while the ASX Emerging Companies Index gained nearly 2% and closed at 2,331 – a two week high following a 6% drop in the week before last. The ga...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
Hot Money Monday: Tasmanian whisky group Lark Distilling heated up in July

Whisky manufacturer Lark Distilling Co (ASX:LRK) kept things warm during winter, leading a group of 25 stocks that posted a 14-day RSI above 70 last week. Each week, Stockhead recaps ASX stocks that are “running hot” as deduced by the Relat...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
Hot Money Monday: The most in-demand stocks on the ASX right now

Each week, Stockhead recaps ASX stocks that are “running hot” as deduced by the Relative Strength Index (RSI). The RSI is a technical gauge which measures how trading momentum is affecting the price action. A reading of 70 is seen as the le...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago
Closing Bell: Today’s biggest small cap movers on the ASX

Closing Bell is Stockhead’s daily recap of the ASX’s biggest winners and losers. Data is taken at the market close – at 4.10pm AEDT. Stocks highlighted in yellow rose (or fell) after making announcements during intraday trade. WINNERS Scrol...

Stockhead PPY 2 years ago