Marin Katusa, chief energy investment strategist at Casey Research, and his team at Casey Research are convinced that uranium – and uranium stocks – are on the verge of entering a new bull market, due to stagnant supply and ever-increasing demand, especially from emerging countries
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As many industry analysts predicted, uranium stocks rallied strongly following the Liberal Democratic Party’s landslide victory in Japan’s election.
Mining Weekly reported Aldridge Minerals (TSXV:AGM) said it will sell its noncore interests in Anatolia Energy (ASX:AEK,TSXV:AEE) and Vetter Uranium for about C$765,000.
CNBC reported a South Dakota uranium mine is under review by Federal and state agencies in consideration for reopening.
Mega Uranium Ltd. (TSX:MGA) and NexGen Energy Ltd. announced a definitive agreement, allowing NexGen to acquire the majority of Mega's Canadian uranium projects in exchange for 16,406,815 common shares.
Inside Toronto reported General Electric-Hitcahi plant opens door to media, processes uranium for nuclear reactors.
Globe and Mail reported over time the investment opportunity in uranium will be restored.
IBTimes reported TradeTech says spot uranium prices dropped US$5.50 to US$41.00/lb in October.
The Star reported a uranium processing facility in Toronto has a clean record and is safe despite community concern.
Reuters reported Talvivaara (LSE:TALV) says it has discovered radioactive uranium more than 50 times higher than the normal level in Finland.