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Cameco Corp T.CCO

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals

Cameco Corp is engaged in the exploration for and the development, mining, refining, conversion, fabrication and trading of uranium for sale as fuel for generating electricity in nuclear power reactors in Canada and other countries.
Price: $25.60 | Change: +$0.29 | % Change: +1.15%
Volume: 236,992 | Day High/Low: 25.64/25.35 | 52 Week High/Low: 28.57/17.95

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Rob Chang: Uranium price spike in the second half of 2014

http://watch.bnn.ca/commodities/commodities-april-2014/commodities-april-23-2014/#clip1081795 Commodities : April, 2014 : April 23, 2014 Yeah, uranium spot price tanked again. But it's on thin, thin...read more
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Canaccord Genuity comments on the uranium sector

According to Canaccord Genuity: Wednesday, April 23, 2014 MY "MYTHOLOGICAL HERO ACHILLES" MOMENT. According to UxC, the uranium spot price dropped US$0.50 this week to US$32.50/lb, the lowest price...read more
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Week In Review: Cameco

Cameco Corp was mentioned in the following article: Athabasca Basin & Beyond: Uranium News From Saskatchewan and Elsewhere (April 12 - 18, 2014) By Greg Klein  rate and reply
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Japan Oks Nuclear Power Restarts:

Home | My Portfolio | Breaking News | Latest Articles | StockTalk | ALERTS | PRO | User 126... Japan OKs Nuclear Power Restarts: Apr. 17, 2014 1:54 PM ET Last Friday, April 11th, a Reuters report...read more
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"China builds up nuclear power grid" title

"China's nuclear market has a huge potential for growth. Basically, it is because China's nuclear industry is still at a nascent stage. Power generated by nuclear plants accounts for less than 2...read more
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Japan's New Energy Plan and Uranium:

April 15, 2014 Japan's New Energy Plan Could be Positive for Uranium's Future Publisher: U3O8.biz Author: Teresa Matich Japan isn't giving up on nuclear yet, and its Cabinet's recent approval of a new...read more
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Nuclear Energy has a future in Japan:

By Varun Chandan, Arora | April 15, 2014 | Cameco Corporation (NYSE: CCJ ) had noted earlier this year that the uncertainty in the uranium market seen in 2013 could continue. One of the reasons...read more
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Never mind re: the drop in sp.....

Spot price fell again plus this high frequency trading is wreaking havoc !!  rate and reply
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Why the big drop in SP?

Anyone has any news?  rate and reply
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Climate Change - U.N.

Print Back to story Renewables, Nuclear Must Triple to Save Climate, UN Says By Alex Morales and Stefan Nicola - Apr...read more
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Japan reverses nuclear power policy:

Japan reverses nuclear power policy Published: 11 Apr 2014 at 13.38 Online news: . TOKYO - The government of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe decided on a national energy policy Friday that supports the use...read more
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Japan to Restart Nuclear Power Plants

http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/04/11/us-japan-energy-nuclear-idUSBREA3A02V20140411  rate and reply
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RE:Baseline support

The approval of the Japan energy plan will be a trigger to the SP, at least temporary. Forget about Japan reactors, the Japs are so afraid of nuclear power.  It will take them a long time to generate...read more
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Baseline support

CCO is trading right at it's baseline support for this medium term uptrend and if it falls through I think it will be signalling a slow summer in regards to the uranium miners. Despite the positive...read more
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Spot Prices Continue To Weaken

No rush to buy CCO....current rally and hype in uranium market is just that...hype. Show me the evidence the uranium prices are going up? I don't see it. SELLLLLLL  rate and reply
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In Uranium News: Cameco

Cameco Corp. was mentioned in the following article: Athabasca Basin & Beyond: Uranium News From Saskatchewan and Elsewhere (March 29 - April 4, 2014) By Greg Klein  rate and reply
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2014 EMD Uranium Annual Committee Report

http://tr.im/56f4g • Japan will most likely re-start many of their nuclear reactors with improved safety factors over the next few years because Japan has no realistic alternatives. They will remain...read more
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UN Report Supports Nuclear Energy:

New UN Report Released This Week Supports Nuclear Energy By John Licata April 5, 2014 No increased cancer risk from Fukushima. That was the finding by the United Nations Scientific Committee on the...read more
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RE:Spot down again....

there must be plenty of supply from somewhere, seems like the impending shortage is going further and further out, maybe we've all been sold a bill of goods here. I feel sorry for the folks around...read more
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FYI UN reports on Fukushima radiation

Conclusion:   Overall, WHO's conclusions were the same as UNSCEAR's - that any health effects from radiation were expected to be too small to identify. http://www.world-nuclear-news.org/RS-UN...read more