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Cameco to acquire German nuclear fuel company Nukem for $136-million
Canadian uranium producer Cameco Inc. has signed a deal to buy Nukem Energy, a German company that trades nuclear fuel products and services, for roughly $136-million (U.
Cameco to buy Nukem Energy  World Nuclear News
Cameco to buy uranium broker for US$136M
Saskatoon uranium producer Cameco Corp. said Monday it has agreed to purchase Nukem Energy GmbH, a broker of nuclear fuel products and services for US$136-million.
Are Uranium Stocks Set to Double? (URA)
Not many markets have been written off by investors more than uranium since last March. Understandably, the Fukushima incident left a bad taste in everyone's mouth.
A Wealth of New Uranium Deposits Discovered around the World
Meanwhile in the major exporting country Kazakhstan, Inkai, a joint venture between Canada's Cameco Corp. and Kazakhstan's state-run miner Kazatomprom, is seeking the Kazakh government's approval by the end of this year to boost uranium output by 33 ...
Why Canada's Deal With China Could Produce A Boom In Uranium Explorers (URA ...
The fast growing nuclear industry has never been open to China and will create a boom in the Athabasca Basin for uranium explorers.
Uranium Is a Deep-Value Sector: Alka Singh
Having just founded her own research company, Mine2Capital, Alka Singh has her sights set on the uranium sector, where she sees deep values in a beaten-down industry.
Areva Said to Commence Sale of Nuclear Unit Canberra
Areva SA, the largest nuclear reactor maker, has started a process to sell its nuclear radiation measurement unit Canberra, three people with knowledge of the plans said.
Uranium Price Forecast is Up… Here's the Stock to Buy Now
Before I recommend a way to play the current uranium market, here's a quick recap of why prices - as I said last week in my uranium forecast - are bound to rise.
Undervalued Uranium Miners On The Verge Of Being Acquired By Cameco
Stealthily and without much publicity from the media, developments in the nuclear industry are moving ahead. While the Western nations are beset by their own economic problems they continue to dither about the very source of cheap, inexpensive ...
No port in storm for WA yellowcake
One of the biggest is being pursued by Cameco Australia, the Australian subsidiary of the large Canadian integrated nuclear energy company, Cameco Corporation, which is developing the Kintyre deposit in a joint venture with Mitsubishi Development on ...