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UEX Corporation T.UEX

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

UEX Corp is a Canadian uranium exploration and development company. The Company is engaged in the exploration and evaluation of its mineral properties located in the province of Saskatchewan.
Price: $0.45 | Change: +$0.01 | %Change: +2.27%
Volume: 68,279 | Day High/Low: 0.45/0.44 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.64/0.305


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RE:RE:UEX Bullish 61.8% Fibonacci Retracement???

See this from today article.. http://www.vox.com/2014/8/1/5958943/nuclear-power-rise-fall-six-charts  rate and reply
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RE:UEX Bullish 61.8% Fibonacci Retracement???

hey greenview, do you buy your underwear from Kmart in Cincinnati too?  rate and reply
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UEX Bullish 61.8% Fibonacci Retracement???

UEX Bullish 61.8% Fibonacci Retracement??? Buying Opportunity??? UEX 4 Points... 1. Uranium Spot...$31.00...see below: http://data.tradingcharts.com/futures/quotes/UX.html 2. UEX ...Market Cap: $98.0m...read more
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RE:Uranium supply

On a continuing note of those dropping production, Uranium one notes expectations of dropping production in 2014 by 2.4 million lbs.  rate and reply
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RE:Uranium supply

As I've discussed before, the uranium market is one of the most unusual commodity sectors on the planet. In terms of supply, there's one place that's head-and-shoulders above all others: the...read more
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RE:RE:Uranium supply

Link didn't work. Try here to get to page "Paladin" and then the March presentation dated May 16th.  rate and reply
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RE:Uranium supply

I bring this to light as I was looking at Paladins May 16th 2014 Investor Update located at Paladin pdf . On page 5 they compare supply and demand scenario with Cameco's 2023 estimates and...read more
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Uranium supply

Aug 1 is when Rossings supply cut would take affect with an estimated drop of production of around 1.2 million lbs. Paladins Kayelekera mine should now have worked through tailings and supply in the...read more
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RE:Global x

They have also got another 9/10 million in cash since August 8th, I wonder what they will spend that on...  rate and reply
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Global x

Continues to buy and now owns approximately 17.8 million shares. All IMO. Good luck.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Spot at $30.

$30.90 :-)  rate and reply
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RE:Spot at $30.

$30.50 :-)  rate and reply
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Global x and the uranium industry gets smaller

Last week Global X had approximately 5.3% of their assets in Syrah Resources. It looks like this week Syrah has been dropped from their Uranium ETF which makes sense as Syrah now focuses on Graphite...read more
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A Motley fool article

http://www.fool.ca/2014/08/11/is-uranium-about-to-hit-75/ They note hedge funds increasing positions without mentioning any.  rate and reply
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Spot at $30.

http://www.cmegroup.com/trading/metals/other/uranium.html  rate and reply
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RE:Russia and perceived uranium supply issues.

Uranium sanctions next, Julie Bishop warns Russia, as part of 'broader, deeper' response over MH17 August 8, 2014 - 3:34PM Exclusive Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, pictured speaking at a...read more
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Russia and perceived uranium supply issues.

Gee, a possible spike in price because of an air of uncertainty. How high, how fast and for how long? It'd be interesting to listen to utility companies boardroom conversations. What supply...read more
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Investor Intel article

http://investorintel.com/nuclear-energy-intel/uranium-demand-higher-supply-lower-long-term/  rate and reply
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RE:Reuters: Japan's nuclear restart may be delayed until 2015

Economically the Japanese government/utilities cannot sustain the high costs of fossil fuel imports much longer without putting the costs onto the public.  Although energy prices have risen in Japan...read more
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RE:Reuters: Japan's nuclear restart may be delayed until 2015

Japanese electrical prices are up about 17% and double that of the US and it looks like they are asking for another 17% increase. Which fear is greater? Possible nuclear fallout or reduced personal...read more