The two-year investigation concluded that Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and JP Morgan have been manipulating commodity prices.
A recent lawsuit in British Columbia is the latest example of an emerging trend in which plaintiffs are seeking to hold parent companies liable in negligence in relation to the actions of their foreign subsidiaries.
In this case, our junior is looking in the most prospective and geologically fertile place in the world for discovering uranium. There’s no contest here, if you are looking for uranium the Athabasca Basin in Northern Saskatchewan and Northeastern Alberta is where you need to be.
Being eligible for “enhanced Government of Canada economic diplomacy.”
Kept away from international nuclear trade dialogue for several years for not being a signatory to the nuclear non proliferation treaty, India has finally got the go-ahead from Australia, which is to ship uranium to India.
The survey revealed significant concern among business leaders that current mining policy presents a challenge to their supply chain and that reform is necessary.
Patient and steadfast uranium investors were given an early Christmas present last week when the Japanese community of Satsumasendai announced approval of the restart of the Sendai nuclear power-plant, the first restart to be approved in Japan since the 2011 Fukushima disaster.
After losing half of its value, the spot price of uranium has in recent weeks risen from less than $30 per pound to $42 per pound. Roger Lemaitre, President and CEO of UEX Corp., is pleased but not surprised, as a supply shortage looms, and sanctions against Russia are spooking utilities.
To keep the lights on 30% of juniors need to raise money within six months, 59% within a year new survey shows.
Mining equipment market to grow at compound annual rate of 8.42% to $134 billion through 2019 surpassing the market for construction equipment.
Find out about the indicators Holmes watches to read the market's pulse, and why a +/- 35% move for gold doesn't keep him awake at night.
A simple rule of thumb is that price changes have a two-to-one impact on the bottom line, while cost changes have a one-to-one impact.
I discussed last week about the municipal approval of restarts for two nuclear reactors in Sendai, Japan. With one of the knock-on items to watch for being further approval from the regional government here. We didn’t have to wait long.
Good news arrived last week for moribund uranium markets and miner Cameco after Japan approved what will be the first restarts of its dormant reactor fleet.
The uranium space caught some attention last week after an important vote in Japan opened the door for nuclear reactor restarts.
This is not a time to panic but continue to accumulate as the bear market may be reaching the final capitulation stage.
Near-term oversupply is suppressing uranium prices but there are signs of upside movement, says Colin Healey, research analyst with Haywood Securities.
Costs and challenges for mining the Arctic, meanwhile, on their way up.
Sources close to X2 Resources, Davis' new company, have cast doubts on reports that the firm had made an offer.
The miner blamed low metals prices and productivity inefficiencies for the decision.
The country's ultimate purpose is to extract rare earth elements, breaking China's dominance and pushing prices down.
Uranium stocks are becoming collateral damage in the sell-off in oil over the last couple of months.
With a well-rounded portfolio, it makes it easier to sail through turbulence in the market and come out on top.
The world’s biggest miner unveiled details about how it expects to meet cost-reduction and productivity improvement targets.
Exelon nuke closures would take a bite out of Illinois baseload power.
Tough regulations and worries about reputation have made trading commodities a source of worries for bank bosses.
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