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Cameco Corporation (TSX: CCO) NYSE: CCJ) and Pembina Pipeline Corp. (TSX: PPL)(NYSE: PBA) represent a way to add diverse industries to your portfolio while reaping returns for shareholders.
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4 Reasons to Buy Cameco Corporation Right Now
The fallout in the commodity space has taken its toll on Canadian mining companies. One of the worst sectors has been uranium. Shareholders in Cameco Coporation (TSX: CCO)(NYSE: CCJ) have watched 50% of their holdings evaporate during the past ...
Cameco (CCJ) Scheduled to Post Earnings on Wednesday  sleekmoney
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The Many Pros and 1 Con to Investing in Cameco Corporation
Uranium is a resource that will make investors rich. The need for clean energy is becoming more apparent and while there are disasters sometimes, nuclear energy is likely to be the future of energy creation for many years.
Ignore the Noise and Bet on Cameco Corporation
Last week, believers in uranium got a cold taste of reality. After surging for the past few months, uranium's spot price plunged by roughly US$6 per pound (over 13%), the second largest week-over-week drop since 1996.
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Cameco Corporation vs. Teck Resources Ltd.: Which Is the Best Value Investment?
Cameco just reported a Q3 2014 loss of $146 million, but the negative number was caused by writedowns on two investments. On the mining operations, the company actually earned $93 million once the charges and foreign exchange factors are stripped out ...
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Will Cameco Corporation Continue to Skyrocket?
The main cause (before Friday) has been supply disruptions - for example, sanctions against Russia and strikes at Cameco have raised serious concerns.
Uranium Price Jumps Most in 16 Months; Japan Approves Reactors  Uranium Investing News
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Cameco Corp to shut world's largest uranium mine in labour dispute
WINNIPEG, Manitoba - Canadian uranium miner Cameco Corp said on Wednesday that it would shut down the world's biggest uranium mine at McArthur River, Saskatchewan, as well as the Key Lake mill after the United Steelworkers union said workers ...
Strike notice prompts closure of Cameco's McArthur River  The Northern Miner (subscription)
Uranium Rises as Dispute Spurs Shutdown of Largest Mine  Bloomberg
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Buy Cameco Corporation Now, or You'll Regret it Later
The last bull run in uranium prices resulted in Cameco Corporation's (TSX: CCO)(NYSE: CCJ) stock nearly tripling, but these gains evaporated, with the stock crashing in the aftermath of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster.
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5 Reasons to Place a Contrarian Bet on Cameco Corporation
Cameco Corporation (TSX: CCO) (NYSE: CCJ) has navigated through stormy weather in the global uranium market over the past few years, and investors can be forgiven for turning the lights out on the stock.
Why Cameco Corporation Stock Has Slumped 14% in 2014  Motley Fool
Time to buy uranium? The best ways to play it  The Globe and Mail
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The Case for Uranium and Cameco Corporation
This is exactly what happened to Cameco Corporation (TSX: CCO)(NYSE: CCJ) a few years ago. When the Fukushima Daiichi reactors had problems and released significant radiation, the entire world grew concerned about uranium and backed away from it.
Cameco Co. Declares Quarterly Dividend of $0.09 (CCJ)  Ticker Report
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