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Denison Mines and Fission Uranium to Merge

After market close on Monday, Denison Mines and Fission Uranium announced that they would merge to create a new uranium company, to be called Denison Energy. The new company will be approximately 50 percent owned by each of Denison's and Fission's existing shareholders, and will have a market capitalization of approximately C$900 million.

SQM And Corfo Continue to Butt Heads

Following recent reports regarding Sociedad Quimica y Minera de Chile's arbitration proceedings with Chile's CORFO, SQM came out with more of its own side of the story this week. SQM published a release regarding the "Main Points of the Arbitration Proceeding Between SQM and CORFO," reasserting that has fulfilled all obligations relating to its lease agreement and has no outstanding debt with the government agency.

Joe Lowry Talks Lithium Supply, Demand and Market Fundamentals

Peter Epstein of Epstein Research interviews Joe Lowry, who formed Global Lithium after more than two decades working for one of the “Big 3” lithium companies. Lowry, also known as "Mr. Lithium," discusses lithium supply and demand and goes over other market fundamentals.

UEC and Energy Fuels Added to Russell 3000® Index to Represent US Uranium Space

The annual reconstitution of the Russell indexes was completed on June 19, and this year's update saw two companies in the uranium space make the cut. Uranium Energy was added to the Russell 3000® Index and the Russell Global® Index, while Energy Fuels took a spot on the Russell 3000® Index.