Spotlight on the Uranium Market: Emerging Opportunities Amidst Price Spikes and Underperforming Stocks

So this is it, we’ve finally started to see what’s been brewing in the long-term uranium market for a while, finally reaching the spot market, as the price is breaking out and reached $57.65 USD/lb very recently, and it looks like it’s stabilizing around the $56-57 range. As previously mentioned here, the Swiss vehicle, Zuri-invest Uranium AMC has raised their millions and started to buy uranium in the spot market.

In what would otherwise be a quiet period of the year for nuclear utilities to come and sign their long-term contracts with the miners, it seems like the financial vehicles are filling in the gap and bringing excitement to the market.

And it couldn’t be any other way – a $3 move happened with only 1m lbs bought, and in a market where approximately 180-200m lbs are consumed annually. Rumour has it an RFP for 2 million for processed […]

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