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Today’s ASX 200 top movers: Judo Capital Holdings (JDO ↑3.2%), Zimplats Holdings (ZIM ↑3.0%)

Posted: 4 August 2022 11:24 am

The 10 biggest movers amongst ASX 200 stocks so far today.

The best-performing companies in the ASX 200 so far today were Judo Capital Holdings (JDO, up 3.2%) and Zimplats Holdings (ZIM, up 3.0%).

Biggest movers in the ASX 200 Thursday 4 August 2022

Judo Capital Holdings was the dominant mover in the ASX 200 today.

Shares in the company rose 3.2% to $1.29, giving it a market cap of $1,415,128,058 at the time of writing.

The second place for ASX 200 market gainers went to Zimplats Holdings, which operates in the materials sector. Its shares rose 3.0% to reach $27.40.

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Here's the full list of today's 10 biggest ASX 200 movers so far.

StockPrice% change
Judo Capital Holdings (JDO)$1.293.2%
Zimplats Holdings (ZIM)$27.403.0%
IDP Education (IEL)$29.292.2%
Pexa Group (PXA)$14.502.1%
Virgin Money UK (VUK)$2.681.9%
Seek (SEK)$24.121.9%
Corporate Travel Management (CTD)$19.701.8%
AMP (AMP)$1.161.8%
Fletcher Building (FBU)$4.871.7%
JB Hi-Fi (JBH)$43.801.7%

Each weekday we round up the best-performing ASX 200 stocks on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), ranked by price percentage from market open to 11am (Sydney time). Price changes are calculated at 11am on the trading day, and may be subject to minor variation due to data availability.

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