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AIM round-up: Agriterra, Empyrean Energy, Tintra


London’s AIM Index pushed above the 900 level for the first time in over three weeks today, adding more than seven points by the bell to close at 901.01 and comprehensively outperforming the FTSE-100.

  • Agriterra +26%
  • Empyrean Energy +22%
  • Tintra +16%
  • Brand Architekts -18%
  • Borders & Southern -15%

Agriterra LON:AGTA topped the board today, advancing 26% by the bell. However there were only a handful of orders executed and the £1m market cap left the company sitting on a closing spread aligned with the gain.

Empyrean Energy LON:EME headed 22% up on the day. Again no news and this is the second time in a week we’ve flagged the company as one of the biggest movers, but again the delta is within the quoted spread.

Tintra LON:TNT gets the notable mention, up 16%. The stock made good ground yesterday but there’s still no news out here and interest remains brisk, with volumes set to come in around twice yesterday’s level.

Brand Architekts LON:BAR found itself at the foot of the board, off 18% after this morning’s trading update. Accelerating losses and a worrying cash burn both gave investors a degree of cause for concern – that has been played out with some meaningful selling activity.

Borders and Southern LON:BOR also made the list, off 15% at the bell. There has however been limited interest in the stock which has in turn driven the spread significantly. There’s nothing to see here, but the sector certainly remains a hot topic of conversation. Can the ongoing energy crisis be sufficient to drive some genuine interest here?

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