Here’s what’s driving this trio higher today.
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It’s been a good week for the All Ordinaries Index (ASX: XAO), and these shares are making the most of it, rocketing home on Friday.
The index has gained 2.5% since the end of last week, driving it to trade at a seven-week high this afternoon.
Letâs take a look at three shares leaping towards the finish line.
3 ASX All Ords shares surging higher on Friday
Temple & Webster Group Ltd (ASX: TPW)
Itâs been a good week for the ASX All Ords Index, but its performance has been nothing compared to that of the Temple & Webster share price.
Itâs lifting another 11.01% today to trade at $5.04 âÂ 33% higher than it closed last Friday.
Thereâs been no news to explain the online homewares and furniture retailerâs recent gains. However, the Australian Bureau of Statistics released data detailing another record level of Australian retail turnover in June.
Adriatic Metals Plc (ASX: ADT)
It’s also been a good day for precious and base metals explorer Adriatic Metals.
The All Ords share is leaping 8.9% so far to trade at $2.08 on the back of the companyâs quarterly results.
The company said it has inflationary pressures under control, its project is still on schedule to begin concentrate production in the second quarter of 2023, and it held US$83.4 million in cash as of 30 June.
EML Payments Ltd (ASX: EML)
The EML Payments share price is also ending the week on a strong note, up 9.28% to $1.06. Sadly though, itâs not enough to boost the All Ords share back into this weekâs green.
Monday saw the stock plummet 22% on news the Central Bank of Ireland isnât impressed with the companyâs remediation program.
EML Payments is now making further changes in a bid to get the central bankâs final approval next year.
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