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Small Cap Stocks: Tasty, Insig AI, Jersey Oil & Gas, Eurasia Mining


The AIM All Share index found some support during Wednesday’s trade but despite employment stats from the US being supportive of a more dovish stance at the Fed, a reversion kicked in as Wall Street came online. At 4.30pm the index was trading at 799.71, one and a half points on the day.

  • Tasty +70%
  • Insig AI +45%
  • Pantheon Resources +27%
  • Jersey Oil & Gas -19%
  • Eurasia Mining -14%

Tasty LON:TAST was the best performer, extending yesterday’s gains off the back of news that the company had been successful in arranging a restructuring plan. Today’s 70% gains added to what has already been seen mean the stock is trading more than 100% up on the week.

Insig AI LON:INSG was 45% higher at the bell. That follows news of a new investor backing the company with equity sold at just a 2% discount to last night’s closing price, with money used for sales, marketing and working capital purposes.

Jersey Oil and Gas LON:JOG was the biggest faller, off 19%. This morning’s pre-AGM statement rocked sentiment with investors taking a glass half empty view of caution coming off the back of lack of fiscal clarity as the country navigates its way through the general election.

Eurasia Mining LON:EUA also struggled, down 14% on the day, although in the context of yesterday’s bumper gains, that’s a pretty limited adjustment lower. Investor hopes that an announcement would be made have come to nothing, but it has been another day of significantly elevated volumes.

Pantheon Resources LON:PANR gets the notable mention, up 27% following this morning’s announcement that the company had signed a gas sale agreement with a subsidiary of the Alaska Gasline Development Corp.

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