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Liens An Update on Uranium

Throughout 2022, the Uranium sector continued the multi-year bull run despite macroeconomic turmoil and a tightening liquidity cycle. The Uranium price kept on rising from ~$45 to ~$51 as of now. After the Russian Invasion of Ukraine, the price spiked to a peak of ~$65. But the initial risk-off price spike was quickly over when it became clear that the Kazakhs would have no problem delivering their enriched Uranium to western utilities. Uranium (USD/Lbs) ( However, Uranium equities performed worse since they are more affected by the restrictive monetary policy of the Federal Reserve and investment flows, not being tied to the price of U3O8. The biggest sector ETFs are still negative YTD. The Sprott Uranium Miners ETF ( URNM ) is down 11.5 % YTD, and the Global X Uranium ETF ( URA ) is roughly down 12 % YTD: Data by YCharts […]

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