The All Ordinaries Index (ASX: XAO) is in the green on Wednesday, lifting 0.62%, helped along by these shares.
Interestingly, they’ve found themselves among the index’s leaders without uttering a single word to the market today.
Let’s take a look at the three All Ords shares leaping more than 4%.
3 ASX All Ordinaries shares taking off today
GQG Partners Inc (ASX: GQG)
Wednesday is proving to be an unexpectedly good day for the GQG Partners share price. It is currently 6.29% higher, trading at $1.61.
The last time the market heard price-sensitive news from the global asset management firm was on 19 May.
Then, it announced it will be paying investors approximately 90% of its first-quarter earnings in the form of a dividend valued at 2.09 US cents.
Interestingly, the company traded ex-dividend yesterday. Its share price dumped 1.95% during Tuesday’s session.
Nufarm Ltd (ASX: NUF)
Another All Ordinaries share recording notable gains for no apparent reason today is Nufarm. The agriculture chemical company’s stock is currently trading at $5.29, 5.91% higher than its previous close.
There’s been no news from the company today. However, it released a potentially upsetting announcement yesterday, seemingly spurring the market to bid its stock 14.55% lower.
The company disclosed that its largest shareholder, Sumitomo, had ditched its 15.9% stake in the company on Tuesday.
Thus, today’s gain could be a simple correction after yesterday’s sell-off.
Perseus Mining Limited (ASX: PRU)
The final ASX All Ordinaries share launching upwards is Perseus Mining. The company’s share price has lifted 4.53% to trade at $1.96 today.
The last time the market heard from the West Africa-focused gold miner was on Friday.
Then, it announced it had completed its acquisition of Canadian company, Orca Gold Inc.
The stock might also be getting a boost from the gold price which rose 1% overnight, according to CommSec.