Why Fission Uranium Stock Surged 10% Yesterday

Why Fission Uranium Stock Surged 10% Yesterday

Fission Uranium (TSX:FCU) was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Kelowna, British Columbia. At $0.97 per share at writing, the small-cap uranium stock almost hit a market cap of $638 million. Ross McElroy leads the company as president, CEO, and chief geologist. He is a professional geologist with 35 years of mining industry experience. He has held positions at BHP Billiton , Cogema Canada, and Cameco . Notably, he was also a member of the early-stage discovery team of the MacArthur River uranium deposit. What happened?

Fission Uranium stock surged as much as 14.8% yesterday but ended the day with an appreciation of 10.2%, which was still impressive. As discussed in a Bloomberg article , there were protests in Kazakhstan, the world’s number one uranium producer . The event could usher uranium prices higher, which is why the uranium stock rallied.

However, do note that commodity and small-cap […]

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