The All Ordinaries Index (ASX: XAO) is having a fairly muted day of gains so far this Friday. At the time of writing, the All Ords has put on a rather measly 0.02% to just under 7,360 points.
But it's been a far better day for some All Ords shares. So let's dig into three that have just hit new 52-week highs this Friday.
3 All Ords shares hit new highs on Friday
Omni Bridgeway Ltd (ASX: OBL)
On the surface, it doesn't look like an ultra-exciting day for the Omni Bridgeway share price. This All Ords financial share has gained 0.03% at the time of writing at $4.625 a share. But earlier today, the company rose as high as $4.65 – a new 52-week high for Omni Bridgeway.
It's the highest share price the company has enjoyed since mid-2020. Omni Bridgeway shares have been climbing ever since the litigation funder announced some pleasing annual commitment numbers last month.
Tassal Group Limited (ASX: TGR)
Next up is the All Ordinaries fish-farming company Tassal Group. Like Omni Bridgeway, Tassal shares haven't lit the world on fire with gains today. The company currently sits flat at $5.15 a share, up 0.1% for the day.
However, this gain is sitting on the shoulders of the stellar week the aquaculture company has enjoyed.
$5.16 is a new 52-week high for Tassal. Investors have been flooding into the share ever since Tassal announced that it had accepted a $1.1 billion ($5.23 per share) takeover offer on Monday from Canadian seafood company Cooke Inc.
Maca Ltd (ASX: MLD)
Mining services company Maca is our final All Ords share to check out this Friday. Maca shares have actually had a decent day of gains today, rising 4.46% to $1.055 a share. That comes after the company hit $1.06 this morning, which is… you guessed it, Maca's new 52-week high.
This move comes after news yesterday that NRW Holdings Limited (ASX: NWH) had launched a takeover offer for Maca. Investors were offered $1.085 per share, but the company disclosed yesterday that it had told NRW 'thanks, but no thanks'. Investors seem encouraged today, all the same.