ASX uranium shares are booming double digits across the board on Monday. Here’s why.

ASX uranium shares are booming double digits across the board on Monday. Here’s why.

ASX uranium shares are surging on Monday as spot prices boom to above US$40/lb for the first time in 8-years. ASX uranium shares deliver double-digit gains across the board

The largest ASX-listed uranium player, Paladin Energy Ltd (ASX: PDN) is up 15% to 98 cents. Paladin owns the “globally significant” Langer Heinrich Mine in Namibia and is currently working towards restarting its operations. Deep Yellow Limited (ASX: DYL) is another Namibian based player focused on progressing its prospective Tumas project. The Deep Yellow share price is currently 25.65% higher to an 8-year high of $1.20.

Peninsula Energy Ltd (ASX: PEN) made a strategic move to raise $15 million in May to purchase 300,000 pounds of uranium at US$31.35/lb. In addition to holding physical uranium, the company is looking to fast-track its US-based Lance Uranium project into production. At the time of writing, the Peninsula share price is up 25% […]

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