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Paladin Energy Ltd T.PDN

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals
Alternate Symbol(s):  PALAF | PALAY

Paladin Energy Ltd is engaged in the development and operation of uranium mines in Africa. It's projects are located in Australia and in Africa. It operates through three reportable segments: Exploration, Namibia and Malawi.
Price: $0.365 | Change: $-0.015 | %Change: -3.95%
Volume: 131,941 | Day High/Low: 0.38/0.365 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.49/0.27
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RE:Watch the 30 cents level

I agree it is destructive on the SP if they roll back their numbers of shares now. With the addional $50 new debt, they will have more beath room. They will burn more cash for the next 2Q, and more
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Watch the 30 cents level

At this point they have 1.7 billion shares outstanding and have eroded both their balance sheet and the assets they hold.  If the low prices persist they will need to go back to the well for more more
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RE:Watch the 30 cent level

Hi fredview, I don't think there is any need for PDN to reverse spli its shares, it will impact its SP. There are so many penny stocks these days, both on the venture and ASX, the ASX even worse. more
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Watch the 30 cent level

Looking like a slow melt down in share price.  Still expect to see a major consolidation on a huge rollback, perhaps a 10 or 15.   In theory a rollback shouldn't impact share value however more
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This is showing me more and more that chinas materials U iron zinc lead etc is going to come from Africa or Australia not Canada in the next few years.My opinion is that china may seek canadas U more
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Kyushu Electric Plans Restart of Reactor From August 2015   Kyushu Electric Plans Commercial Restart of Reactor From August   By Masumi more
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RE:RE:RE:Today's close

Paladin's web site  >>> Needs a complete  update regarding their locations in Australia.. .IMHO..LOL  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Today's close

Paladin doesn't mine uranium in Australia let alone in Queensland. I doubt this is the reason for the pop at the end of yesterday.  rate and reply
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In the News: Paladin Energy

Paladin Energy Ltd was mentioned on page 2 of the following article: Athabasca Basin & Beyond: Uranium News From Saskatchewan and Elsewhere to March 20 By Greg Klein  rate and reply
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RE:Today's close

It could be because the new Palaszczuk Labor Government in Queensland is planning to bring back the ban on uranium mining, which keeps the door wide open for Paladin more
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Today's close

Has anyone got an explanation as to why Paladin jumped at the end of the day?  rate and reply
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Just one more comment for another month

vector vest says fcu has 3 times the risk pdn has  rate and reply
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Take it down to .30

take the share price to .30 so we can all get a 150-170% return by year end.pdn will outperform everyother U stock by 3-1 this yearYou heard it from the most hated guy on stockhouse he he .  rate and reply
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Uranium spot price  rate and reply
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Salman Partners comments on the uranium sector

According to Salman Partners:   Uranium   Out of Japan's 48 nuclear reactors: 19 have submitted restart applications, 4 out of 19 have received restart approvals, 3 to be decommissioned. Is more
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the ban on mining U in Australian state good dream

I kind of disagree with the nightmare view, and imho this is only good news as it takes potential capacity out of the world market. PDN doesn't have to mine U in Australia, this is good for more
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RE:This sounds like a nightmere

I didn't think Paladin had much going on in Australia. Africa yes, Australia no. Australians think of themselves as a very environmental bunch and I'm sure they would happily strangle the goose more
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This sounds like a nightmere

Banning the exploration and mining of Uranium in Australia ... that is going to hurt us "longs" of PDN. The sector was very so slowly improving and now this. Wipeout for recovery big time. Had more
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Australia’s Queensland State Wants to Ban Uranium Mining   Australia’s Queensland State Wants to Ban Anew Uranium Mining   By  Esther Tanquintic-Misa   @ibtimesau more