The 3 best performing ASX shares in the week of 9 January 2023

Marc Kennis Marc Kennis, January 16, 2023

The 3 best performing ASX shares in the week of 9 January 2023.

 

The 3 best performing ASX shares in the week of 9 January 2023 were Carnegie Clean Energy (ASX:CCE), up 100%, Cyprium Metals (ASX:CYM), up 47.6%, and Azure Minerals (ASX:AZS), up 33.3%.

 

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1. Carnegie Clean Energy (ASX:CCE)

Industry: Utilities

Carnegie Clean Energy (ASX:CCE, formerly Carnegie Wave Energy Limited) is working on the development of its CETO Wave Energy Technology. The Company’s products include Ceto, MoorPower and Wave Predictor.

Market Cap: $31m

12 month high / low: $0.001 – $0.003

 

Carnegie Clean Energy

 

 

2. Cyprium Metals (ASX:CYM)

Industry: Resources

Cyprium Metals (ASX:CYM) is a copper development company with a portfolio of advanced stage exploration and development projects located in Western Australia. Cyprium’s current portfolio of assets includes 1.2Mt of contained copper.

Market Cap: $113m

12 month high / low: $0.057 – $0.21

 

Cyprium Metals

 

 

3. Azure Minerals (ASX:AZS)

Industry: Resources

Azure Minerals (ASX:AZS) is an Australia-based mineral exploration company and rounds out our 3 best performing ASX shares in this week. The company is focused on exploration for precious and base metals principally in Australia with continuing exploration activities in Mexico. Its projects include the Andover Nickel-Copper Project, Turner River Gold Project, Coongan Gold Project, Barton Gold Project and Meentheena Gold Project.

Market Cap: $99m

12 month high / low: $0.16 – $0.47

 

Azure Minerals

 

 

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