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These 3 ASX 200 shares are topping the share market’s volume charts on Thursday

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The S&P/ASX 200 Index (ASX: XJO) is once again bouncing higher so far this Thursday. At the time of writing, the ASX 200 is up a healthy 0.83% at just over 7,360 points.

But let’s delve deeper into these market moves and check out the ASX 200 shares currently topping the market’s share volume charts, according to investing.com.

Pilbara Minerals Ltd (ASX: PLS)

Our first ASX 200 share to check out today is the lithium producer Pilbara Minerals. So far this Thursday, a sizeable 17.93 million Pilbara shares have changed owners. There has been no news or announcements out of Pilbara itself today. However, the company’s share price has certainly made a dramatic move. Right now, the Pilbara share price is up a pleasing 6.65% at $2.81 a share. Such a decisive move is the probable reason we see Pilbara on this list today.

Core Lithium Ltd (ASX: CXO)

Core Lithium is our next cab off the rank this Thursday. So far today, a hefty 19.46 million Core Lithium shares have been bought and sold. Again, we seem to have a dramatic share price movement to thank for this volume. Core Lithium has shot markedly higher today. It’s currently up by 7.08% at $1.28 a share, rising alongside other ASX 200 lithium stocks like Pilbara. It’s this move higher that is the likely reason why we have seen this elevated trading volume.

AVZ Minerals Ltd (ASX: AVZ)

Yet another ASX 200 lithium stock in AVZ once again rounds out our list today. AVZ Minerals has had a whopping 65.6 million of its shares traded on the share market this Thursday. This large volume appears to be the result of the significant share price movement this company has experienced today. As it presently sits, the AVZ share price is up a pleasing 5% at 84 cents a share. This comes after the company tanked more than 18% yesterday. With all of this volatility, no wonder so many AV shares are trading.

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