Uranium Week: The Push For Nuclear

Uranium Week: The Push For Nuclear

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As the EU votes in favour of including nuclear power in its green taxonomy, and further reports support the energy source, the uranium market becomes summer-quiet.

-Summer vacation time slows uranium spot market
-EU votes in favour of nuclear
-IEA pushed nuclear barrow -Australian miners labeled ‘oversold’ Interest in the spot uranium market slowed to a crawl last week given shortened weeks in both the US and Canada and the start of the North American summer vacation season, as well as reluctance to trade ahead of a resolution on the issue of the Canadian cargo ship stuck in St Petersburg.Industry consultant TradeTech reports only four transactions totalling 400,000/lb U3O8 equivalent were concluded in the spot market. A lack of buying interest saw TradeTech’s weekly spot price indicator fall -US$2.90 to US$47.60/lb.TradeTech’s term price indicators […]

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