3 best performing ASX shares in the week of 15 August 2022

Marc Kennis Marc Kennis, August 22, 2022

Best performing ASX shares

The 3 best performing ASX shares in the week of 15 August 2022 were Conico (ASX:CNJ), up 57.1%, PTB Group (ASX:PTB), up 37.3%, and Provaris Energy (ASX:PV1), up 37.1%.

 

 

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1. Conico (ASX:CNJ)

Industry: Resources

Conico Ltd (ASX:CNJ, formerly Fission Energy Limited) is a mineral exploration company focusing on cobalt, nickel and manganese exploration.

Market Cap: $80m

12 month high / low: $0.001 – $0.10

 

Conico

 

 

2. PTB Group (ASX:PTB)

Industry: Industrials

PTB Group Limited (ASX:PTB) is global aviation parts and services supply organisation with operations in turbine engine repair and overhaul, trading in aircraft airframes, turbine engine and related parts, financing as well as lease, rental or hire of aircraft and turbine engines to customers. The company’s management and operations are based in Queensland (Brisbane) and New South Wales.

Market Cap: $199m

12 month high / low: $0.725 – $1.575

 

PTB Group

 

 

3. Provaris Energy (ASX:PV1)

Industry: Chemicals

Provaris Energy Ltd (PV1 , formerly Global Energy Ventures Ltd) is an energy transition company with a mission to deliver compressed shipping solutions for transporting energy to regional markets.

Market Cap: $53m

12 month high / low: $0.038 – $0.165

 

Provaris Energy

 

 

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