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Uranium Participation Corporation T.U

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

Uranium Participation Corp along with its subsidiary invests in uranium oxide in concentrates and uranium hexafluoride.
Price: $5.32 | Change: $-0.03 | %Change: -0.56%
Volume: 100 | Day High/Low: 5.32/5.32 | 52 Week High/Low: 5.76/4.74
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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 a...read more
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Uranium prices

bottoming according to RJ red candle today.  rate and reply
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Financial Times: Japan returns to nuclear power

http://blogs.ft.com/nick-butler/2015/06/22/japan-returns-to-nuclear-power/   Japan returns to nuclear power   Nick Butler | Jun 22 05:30   Within the next few weeks the Japanese utility Kyushu...read more
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uranium prices

http://www.fool.ca/2015/06/18/are-uranium-stocks-about-to-break-out/  rate and reply
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level II

looking at level II a lot of interest at  $4.76 most Uranium stocks fall maybe more time is needed to get traction.  rate and reply
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BMO and Dundee comment on the uranium sector

Hey guys,   You can find a copy of BMO Capital Markets and Dundee Capital Markets recent comments on the uranium sector at the following link:   http://personal.crocodoc.com/bF6CRoA  rate and reply
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RE:discount

a lot of interest at $5  rate and reply
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discount

assuming the 10% discount U.TO could go back to the $5-$5.10 range. October to January seems the season for Uranium no rush to buy since  Japan delays further out over and over again.  rate and reply
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RE:NAV and SP

Hollow Red Candles last Friday.................... short term reversal ?  rate and reply
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NAV and SP

Seem to be coming together in this down turn. Appears a few are artificially supporting the sp of participation in this very low volume environment.  I would think U should be approaching five even...read more
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Sendai N-plant clears major hurdles for restart

http://the-japan-news.com/news/article/0002179553  rate and reply
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Holding Pattern

Very, very quiet.  Not much volume last while.  I would have thought we would have seen a 20 cent drop one of these days. Strange trading the last couple of weeks.  rate and reply
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John Zechner today

top pick http://www.stockchase.com/company/view/2116/Uranium-Participation-Corp.-referenced-by-John-Zechner  rate and reply
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Nick Hodge

http://www.outsiderclub.com/uranium-supply-deficit-inevitable-obamas-secret-pipeline/1539 Since 2011  rate and reply
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Anthony Milewski

http://www.miningmarkets.ca/news/negative-sentiment-outweighing-fundamentals-in-uranium-pricing/1003632705/?&er=NA  rate and reply
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The Motley Fool today

http://www.fool.ca/2015/05/11/play-cameco-corporation-and-this-1-other-stock-for-the-uranium-rally/ other stocks will follow jmo  rate and reply
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Japan

Will be interesting to see how long it takes for the market to believe the restarts are actually going ahead.  We may need to get into June to see the impact.  I didn't think we would drop quite this...read more
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RE:Japan

Thanks, good article! I think most investors and institutuion are convinced that uranium prices will go up on the long term, but no one wants to leave his money going no where until they see some real...read more
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Japan

TEPCO plans to use more than 1,500 underground cooling pipes to freeze the soil to the west of the site in an attempt to slow or stop groundwater from entering the site and mixing with contaminated...read more
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RE:How far

this last downward move has been orchestrated by someone who wanted to get a load of shares at a certain price -got it and now the move back up jmo  rate and reply