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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: $18.74 | Change: $-0.15 | %Change: -0.79%
Volume: 546,494 | Day High/Low: 18.92/18.70 | 52 Week High/Low: 28.57/16.73
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Uranium futures

Uranium up and Cameco down?  rate and reply
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Japan's Largest Nuclear Power Station moves to restart  rate and reply
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uranium stocks getting price hike

first sign sector starting to move UEX PT Raised to C$0.80 at Raymond James (UEX) February 25th, 2015 - 0 comments - Filed Under - by Justin Garson Raymond James hoisted their target price more
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Reasons Why Uranium Is On The Launch Pad:

3 reasons why uranium is on the launch pad -, 24-Feb-15  rate and reply
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Spot price

Spot price is up again this week....$.50 to $38.75 GLTO  rate and reply
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"Fresh impetus likely for nuclear projects" title

"Under huge pressure to cut carbon emissions, China has chalked out an ambitious nuclear program for the next five years and will add about 10 new reactors annually within the 13th Five-Year more
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opinion  rate and reply
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The Tax Man Cometh!

Should Cameco loose their fight with the CRA and IRS, I hope that there are some significant Management changes including some Board resignations. My retirement depends in part on a healthy CCO more
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Month In Review: Cameco

Cameco Corp was mentioned in the following article: Athabasca Basin & Beyond: Uranium News From Saskatchewan and Elsewhere (to Feb 3) By Greg Klein  rate and reply
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spot price news - current!

Uranium spot price expected to push through $40/lb this week: Cantor Fitzgerald Wednesday, February 18, 2015 by Deborah Bacal The uranium spot market will likely see some big moves this more
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uranium stocks breaking out Uranium spot prices have shown more life recently, says David Sadowski, mining equity research analyst at Raymond James, and he expects upward pressure to continue more
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RE:Large offshore earthquake.. possible tsunami

Japan Meteorological Survey issued a tsunami advisory for the Iwate Prefecture, warning that the waves may reach 1 meter in height. Two hours after the initial quake the agency lifted the more
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Large offshore earthquake.. possible tsunami

TOKYO - Japan has issued a tsunami advisory after a magnitude-6.9 earthquake struck off its northeastern coast. The quake struck shortly after 8 a.m. Japan time Tuesday at a depth of about more
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Spot price this week?

Any bets on the spot price this week? As of last week it has climbed 4.1% since the end of Jan. GLTA  rate and reply
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RE:RE:$1.5 Billion

Exactly. CRA will not want this going to court in case they lose. A legal precedence would be very expensive for CRA in the long run. They will try their best in the end to negotiate a more
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CCO Well-Positioned To Capitalize on Uranium Recovery:

Alpha World Long/short equity, value, long-term horizon, medium-term horizon Profile| Send Message| Follow (81 followers)   Cameco more
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RE:$1.5 Billion

The likely outcome is only a very small fraction of this amount.  As long as you take the proper care in setting up these structures (and I believe that CCO has) they are very difficult to attack. more
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$1.5 Billion

Where is Cameco going to come up with $1.5 Billion to satisfy the CRA and IRS? I would be trembling to be in their shoes!  rate and reply
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Two reactors in Japan get Safety 'OK'  rate and reply
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RE:Uranium spot price

uranium climbing at a steady pace lately. No new news of Japan restarts. All I've seen is business as usual in reactor construction. Why is price increasing at this rate ?  rate and reply