Why Uranium Is Expected to Continue Its Bullish Run In 2022

Why Uranium Is Expected to Continue Its Bullish Run In 2022

Classified in: Mining industry , Business
Subject: INO

Ur-Energy Inc. (NYSE: URG) (TSX:URE).

It continued: "Despite a steadily increasing demand for uranium, supply could fall by 15% in 2025, according to the Financial Times , owing to a lack of investment in new mines. This disequilibrium could lead to an inflated price. However, as reported by Markets Insider , Morgan Stanley " i s not yet convinced" that the uranium price forecast can sustain the momentum is has recently seen, making the uranium price forecast for 2025 unclear. Based on the costs of uranium deposits exploitation, Kryzia and Gawlik’s research estimated a value of $97.30 for 2025, heading up to $107.70 in 2030."
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