The S&P/TSX Composite Index (INDEXTSI: OSPTX ) opened higher last Friday (September 3), trading at 20,809.25 by midday. It closed the five day period at 20,819.98.
Commodities prices pushed mining stocks up, which supported gains for the index.
On Friday, gold and silver climbed following a US jobs report that came in well below expectations . Meanwhile, uranium saw a price surge to a six year high, with junior mining stocks also going up. Uranium Price Forecasts and Top Uranium Stocks to Watch Uranium Soared Last Year While Other Resources Tumbled
What’s In Store For Uranium This Year? Find Out In Our Exclusive FREE 2021 Uranium Outlook Report featuring trends, forecasts, expert interviews and more! Last week’s five TSX-listed mining stocks that saw the biggest gains are as follows: Fission Uranium (TSX:FCU) Mega Uranium (TSX: MGA ) Global Atomic (TSX: GLO ) Forsys Metals (TSX: FSY ) Laramide Resources […]
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