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Tourism Holdings led the market lower, falling 10 per cent. Investors may have been hoping for more support for the tourism industry in yesterday's budget announcement.
Freightways posted the day's biggest gain, rising 9 per cent off the announcement they had secured new $50 million banking facilities coupled with activity picking up as the economy resumes.
Vista Group rose 16 per cent, benefiting from its customers, cinema operators, returning to work this week throughout Australasia.
Pushpay gained since the start of the year over 70 percent. It had “shot out the lights” with the market not anticipating the extent of the benefit covid-19 would bring for the company.
The outbreak accelerated a shift towards digital giving in cash orientated US society, by church-goers who found online giving to be the only way to donate money with stay-at-home orders in place.
Plexure Group intends to release its financial results for the full year to 31 March 2020 on the morning of Tuesday 19 May 2020. Investors expect earnings growth to continue and hit its profit targets.