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

Activity in uranium markets slipped back to more normal levels in May as utilities remain reluctant to commit.

Jun 02 2020

A report of significant reduction in US uranium production over 2019 and into 2020 had uranium spot prices back on the move again last week.

May 26 2020


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Previous Stories
Uranium Week: Light At The End Of The Tunnel

May 19 2020

Cameco has this week begun to reopen its uranium conversion facilities after virus lockdown while the US government has outlined plans for the purchase of domestically produced uranium.


Uranium Week: Taking A Breather

May 12 2020

After an historic monthly price rise in April, May opened with the spot uranium market calming down.


Uranium Week: Biggest Price Surge In Thirty Years

May 05 2020

Curtailed supply has led to the spot uranium price rising 24% in the month of April and 41% in six weeks.


Time For Yellowcake’s Day In The Sun?

May 04 2020

The New Criterion’s Tim Boreham weighs up the current demand-supply equation for uranium.


Uranium Week: Utilities Hamstrung

Apr 29 2020

The virus has curbed uranium production, but also utility demand. Prices continue to rise ahead of an expected return of utility demand.


Uranium Week: Squeeze Is On

Apr 22 2020

The uranium spot price continues to soar on ongoing supply curtailment.


Uranium Week: Further Supply Cuts

Apr 14 2020

Kazatomprom has moved to formalise virus-related production shutdowns across its operations, sending uranium spot prices higher still.


Uranium Week: A Wake Up Call?

Apr 07 2020

After years of lacklustre uranium prices and a lack of any urgency on the part of utilities, suddenly the virus has markedly changed the nuclear energy equation.


Uranium Week: Prices Surge On Mine Shutdowns

Mar 31 2020

The spot uranium price leapt 13% last week as around the globe miners announced temporary shutdowns for the sake of worker safety.


Uranium Week: Taking Its Toll

Mar 24 2020

The virus is having its impact on the uranium industry, sending the spot price under US$24/lb for the first time since July 2018