3 ASX All Ords shares tumbling into the weekend

A man looks down with fright as he falls towards the ground.A man looks down with fright as he falls towards the ground.

After a brutal start to this Friday’s trading session, the All Ordinaries Index (ASX: XAO) has recovered somewhat. At the time of writing, the All Ords is still down by 0.72% at around 6,800 points after going as low as 6,733 points this morning.

So it goes without saying that there are many ASX All Ords shares tumbling in value today as we head into the weekend. Let’s look at three notable examples.

3 ASX All Ords shares falling on Friday

Jumbo Interactive Ltd (ASX: JIN)

The only jumbo thing about this ASX share today is the size of its fall. The gaming company has had a shocker this Friday, falling by 14.85% at the time of writing to $12.33 a share. That’s also a new 52-week low for the company.

These moves seem to be a response to the release of the company’s preliminary full-year earnings this morning. As we covered earlier today, Jumbo disappointed investors with a miss on revenues, earnings and net profits. Ouch.

Bluebet Holdings Ltd (ASX: BBT)

Another All Ords gaming share, Bluebet, is also having a clanger. At present, the Bluebet share price has lost a meaty 10.83% and is back to 54 cents a share. The company went as low as 51 cents this morning, which fortunately is still a fair way from its 52-week low of 37 cents.

There’s been no news out of Bluebet today, or indeed this week. So perhaps this fall is a side effect of the tumble Jumbo shares have taken, given both companies are in the gaming space.

Starpharma Holdings Limited (ASX: SPL)

Starpharma is not a gaming company but a healthcare share, as its name implies. But that hasn’t saved it from a displeasing fall today. The Starpharma share price is currently down by 8.84% at 67 cents a share after dipping to 66 cents earlier today. That’s not too far from this company’s 52-week low of 62 cents.

There’s been no news our of this company either. So it’s not too obvious what’s going on here. Starpharma shares have been incredibly volatile over the past week though. The company rose more than 8% yesterday (also on no news) so perhaps investors have gotten cold feet now that the market is falling.

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Motley Fool contributor Sebastian Bowen has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool Australia’s parent company Motley Fool Holdings Inc. has positions in and has recommended Jumbo Interactive Limited and Starpharma Holdings Limited. The Motley Fool Australia has recommended BlueBet Holdings Ltd, Jumbo Interactive Limited, and Starpharma Holdings Limited. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy. This article contains general investment advice only (under AFSL 400691). Authorised by Scott Phillips.

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