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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: $17.87 | Change: +$0.24 | %Change: +1.36%
Volume: 914,588 | Day High/Low: 17.93/17.50 | 52 Week High/Low: 23.26/16.73
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Forest Fires

Will the forest fires in western Canada impact mine production?  Are there any threats of evacuation?  Thx  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Phase 3 of my CCJ short: +22.7% over past year

the nuclear boogy man and politicians seduced by green energy are keeping the lid on nuclear.    Look at the windmill insanity in Ontario.   The lunatic liberals have paid a fortune to green more
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RE:Phase 3 of my CCJ short: +22.7% over past year

Recent weakness in uranium equities is quite difficult to make sense of.  The overall medium-to-long term thesis has recently been added another angle, growth in nuclear weapons, Japanese restarts more
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RE:RE:RE:US Billionaires

The supreme court doesn,t invest though,buy coal , or oil see how it goes he he.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:US Billionaires

The Supreme Court ruling against EPA is not helping uranium miners one bit.  rate and reply
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Phase 3 of my CCJ short: +22.7% over past year

Dear Fellow investor / Investor fellow: One year ago I re-iterated Cameco as a short. It is down 22.7% in that time including dividends paid, while the S&P 500 is up 7.8%, therefore beating an S& more
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RE:US Billionaires

The market on U tightens in a hurry if this done for chinas future needs spot to go up in a hurry.  rate and reply
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US Billionaires

I believe it is time for cameco and the US billionaires to step up to the plate and take control of the northamerican U supply.Soros,gaites,buffet.and other US billionaires have shares in cameco, more
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The Motley Fool

``At this point, Cameco simply isn’t worth the gamble.``  rate and reply
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cco rating .  rate and reply
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Business News Network: Door opens for new uranium player   Door opens for new uranium player   Tue, Jun 23, 2015 - 11:43 AM   Canada will become the fourth country in which Australian firm Paladin Energy more
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Canada’s Paladin decision can bring more uranium investment   Canada’s Paladin decision can bring more uranium investment, companies say   By Greg Klein   At least some Canadian more
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The Motley Fool  rate and reply
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cco  rate and reply
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Morgan Stanley comments on the outlook for uranium

According to Morgan Stanley:   Sector Outlook   Uranium   Robust nuclear power generating capacity growth in China and the US, with Japan’s economic need to re-activate its capacity, act together as more
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Canada Decision Boosts Takeout Potential on Uranium Assets

According to Raymond James:   Canada Decision Boosts Takeout Potential on Uranium Assets   Paladin announced that the Canadian government has approved more
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RE:P/E Ratio

I think it's due to decreased earnings, in this case drop in uranium price. Oil P/E's are inflated for the same reason. If commodity prices rebound, E will revert and P/E's will go back to more
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P/E Ratio

I checked this ratio a while back along with the caclulations of some analysts.A more common ratio that was out there was around 17. Even if you look at the current share price compared with more
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price earnings ratio

Hi, Could somebody tell me why this company has a p/e ratio of 157.3? Is it real, is it a mistake, should it be a concern?  rate and reply
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Financial Times: Japan returns to nuclear power   Japan returns to nuclear power   Nick Butler | Jun 22 05:30   Within the next few weeks the Japanese utility more