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Introduction to FNArena Windows

FNArena Windows offers subscribers the option to investigate ASX-listed stocks against their peers. FNArena developed its own sector methodology which in our view overcomes many flaws and disadvantages connected with GICS sectors. Our system starts with three broad sector labels: COMMODITIES, FINANCIAL SERVICES and INDUSTRIALS. From here onwards subscribers can explore further through gradually narrowing branches. This is not investment advice, but simply another window on the Australian Stock Exchange to provide better insight and to assist FNArena subscribers while conducting their own market analysis.

Latest Stories

The spot uranium price ticked up last week for the first time in almost two months.

May 23 2017

Utility interest emerged in the uranium spot market last week but was unable to satisfy all sellers, leading to a -5% price fall.

May 16 2017

BKY $0.80


$1.20 $0.54 -15.7



ERA $0.54


$0.76 $0.32



PDN $0.06


$0.25 $0.06 -2.5



VMY $0.20 0.00% $0.36 $0.18 -3.8



Previous Stories
Uranium Week: Fighting For Survival

May 09 2017

The low price environment for uranium is threatening financial insolvency for some producers.

Uranium Week: Distinct Lack Of Buying Interest

May 02 2017

Sellers tried to entice buyers with lower spot uranium prices last week, but with little success.

Uranium Week: Waiting Game

Apr 26 2017

Sellers of spot uranium are convinced substantial buying is just around the corner. By Greg Peel Last week was punctuated…

Uranium Week: Easter Doldrums

Apr 18 2017

The spot uranium market went very quiet last week ahead of the Easter break.

Uranium Week: Utilities Missing in Action

Apr 11 2017

Spot market demand from utilities remains extremely weak, ensuring a lack of action last week.

Uranium Week: Soft Month

Apr 04 2017

With utility buying interest largely absent, the uranium spot market suffered a volatile but ultimately weak month of March.

Uranium Week: Credit Risk

Mar 28 2017

An interesting new consideration has crept into spot uranium pricing, in a week which saw prices fall back once more.

Uranium Week: Australia In Focus

Mar 21 2017

The world’s largest source of uranium is grappling with the issue of just how it might ensure future baseload power supply.

Uranium Week: See You In Court

Mar 14 2017

Legal proceedings and legislation appear to be dominating the global uranium market at present.

Uranium Week: As You Were

Mar 07 2017

Just as it looked like the uranium price rebound may have expired, demand notably resurfaced last week.