IOL news reported that a British journalist was held and then released by Zimbabwean police on allegations of spreading false information regarding uranium exports from Zimbabwe to Iran.
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The Montreal Gazette reported that Zimbabwe is denying reports that they have struck a deal with Iran to supply them with uranium.
The Globe and Mail reported that with Japanese nuclear reactors set to restart, a hike in uranium prices could be on the horizon.
The Star Tribune reported that public input is being solicited for Energy Fuels Resources Corp's proposed uranium mine in Colorado, which would be the first built in 30 years in the U.S. As quoted in the Star Tribune report:
Azer News reported that Kazakhstan increased their uranium production by 9 percent, year-over-year in Q2.
CNBC reported that, despite low prices and a current over-supply, many are banking on a uranium turnaround.
Bloomberg reported that volatile uranium supplier USEC Inc. (NYSE:USU)'s stock price doubled in Monday trading, pushed up by bearish traders opting to cover their positions on the upward momentum of nuclear stocks.
ABC reported that the Australian government remains steadfast in their optimism about the uranium industry, despite a recent report that shows nuclear power production dropping, due to a shift towards renewable energy sources.
Mining Weekly reported that, under pressure from declining iron-ore and coal prices, the Australian mining sector is turning its attention to the potentially lucrative uranium market, as global demand will likely soon outstrip supply.
Reuters reported that the cancellation of a $6.5 billion uranium processing project has left China scrambling to secure supplies for its nuclear reactor building program.