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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.

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Latest Stories

Last week’s production cut announcement from Kazakhstan sparked further volatility in the uranium market for a further price gain.

Dec 12 2017

Having broken out of a long period in the doldrums, the spot uranium price is now experiencing heightened volatility.

Dec 05 2017


ASX CODELAST PRICE% MOVE52WK HIGH52WK LOWP/ECONSENSUS TARGETUPSIDE/DOWNSIDE
PDN$0.05 0.00%$0.17$0.05-1.4

$0.12

140.0%

VMY$0.16

6.67%

$0.28$0.10-8.0

$0.38

137.5%

Previous Stories
Uranium Week: In Brief

Nov 28 2017

An update on uranium prices in a week impacted by the US Thanksgiving holiday.


Uranium Week: Momentum

Nov 21 2017

After breaking out of its longstanding range the week before, last week saw the spot uranium price kick on with it.


Uranium Week: Break Out!

Nov 14 2017

The uranium spot price posted its biggest weekly gain in three years last week.


Uranium Week: Uranium Price Set To Soar?

Nov 07 2017

Morningstar is forecasting a spot uranium price of US$65/lb in 2021.


Uranium Week: No End In Sight

Oct 31 2017

Buyers of uranium remain firm in their view there will be no market recovery before year end.


Uranium Week: Abe Win Keeps Restarts On Track

Oct 24 2017

Shinzo Abe’s emphatic victory in the Japanese election is a relief for the uranium industry. – Anti-nuclear party fails in…


Uranium Week: Revived, Not Reviled

Oct 17 2017

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


Uranium Week: More Pain Needed

Oct 10 2017

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


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.