Well, it was another top day of trading today for the All Ordinaries Index (ASX: XAO). The All Ords ended up finishing this Thursday at just under 7,900 points, its highest level since January.
But it was an even better day for some ASX All Ords shares. So here are three that managed to hit new all-time highs over today’s session.
3 All Ordinaries shares that just hit a new record high
Johns Lyng Group Ltd (ASX: JLG)
Building company Johns Lyng Group is our first share that’s had a happy occasion today. This All Ords share started trading at $9.10 a share this morning, but rose to $9.33 just before noon. That’s a new record high for Johns Lyng, and a long way from the company’s 52-week low of $3.86 a share.
There hasn’t been any official news out from the company that might explain this move. However, a top fund manager in WAM has just revealed why they like the company, which may have influenced today’s share price movements. Today’s move means that the Johns Lyng share price is now up an impressive 134% over the past 12 months.
The company closed just below this new high watermark at $9.22, up a healthy 2.67%.
Stanmore Resources Ltd (ASX: SMR)
All Ords mining company Stanmore Resources is up next today. This metallurgical coal share ended up closing at $2.11 today, up a pleasing 5.5%. That’s despite no new news out from the company.
But earlier in today’s session, Stanmore Resources hit a new all-time high of $2.14 a share. Again, that puts the company a long way from its 52-week low of just 30 cents. Over the past 12 months, Stanmore shares have gained a whopping 230%.
Aussie Broadband Ltd (ASX: ABB)
Fledgling All Ordinaries telco Aussie Broadband is our final share worth checking out today. In Aussie’s case, we saw an initial spike in trading today that is responsible for this company’s new all-time high of $6.03. That’s despite no news out of Aussie over April so far.
The shares ended up closing at $5.95 though, still up by 0.68% today. Aussie Broadband’s 95.4% return over the past 12 months has no doubt been pleasing for investors, who endured a 52-week low of $2.46 a share last year.