FNArena Windows

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 Trump Administration is willing to act to support coal-fired and nuclear energy in the face of potential baseload shortfalls.

Oct 17 2017

If the price of uranium is ever going to recover, more painful supply cuts by miners are required.

Oct 10 2017

ERA$0.57 0.00%$0.76$0.33



PDN$0.05 0.00%$0.17$0.05-2.0



VMY$0.14 0.00%$0.28$0.10-7.0



Previous Stories
Uranium Week: Another Month Of Stasis

Oct 03 2017

Another month has gone by in which the uranium spot price has been unable to break away from the US$20/lb mark.

Uranium Week: Head Fake

Sep 26 2017

After four consecutive weeks of painfully grafting higher, the uranium spot price dropped back below US$20/lb last week.

Uranium Week: All Talk But Little Action

Sep 19 2017

Nuclear will be the second fastest growing source of global energy out to 2040, the EIA forecast last week, but minimal impact was felt in uranium markets.

Uranium Week: Three Week Run

Sep 12 2017

The spot uranium price has risen for the third consecutive week, but it remains slow going.

Uranium Week: Not Dead Yet

Sep 05 2017

News of a decision to push ahead with the construction of two new reactors in the US brought some relief to the uranium market last week.

Uranium Week: Energy Security

Aug 29 2017

The future of the US nuclear power industry hangs in the balance of a government attempting to guarantee energy security.

Uranium Week: Traction Lost

Aug 22 2017

Any sign of a rally was quashed last week as spot uranium again fell under US$20/lb.

Uranium Week: The Future Of Nuclear Energy

Aug 15 2017

The International Atomic Energy Agency has projected global nuclear power growth, or lack thereof, out to 2050.

Uranium Week: No Traction

Aug 08 2017

Despite a pick-up in term contract demand, the spot uranium price is still struggling to clear US$20/lb.

Uranium Week: Broken Clear?

Aug 01 2017

Suddenly the spot uranium price has jumped 3%.