A few nuclear news items have caught my eye lately, and all but one is quite positive for the sector. We'll start with the good stuff.
You remember Denison Mines'
Today, Denison signed a sales contract with an unnamed utility for 5 million pounds of uranium, beginning in 2011. Customers clearly have faith that the firm will be alive and kicking many years from now. Welcome back from the brink, Denison.
As for North America's better-known uranium miner, Cameco
China appears focused on its goal of firing up 30 new reactors by 2020, and Shaw Group
On the home front, the news is mixed. French nuclear ace Areva struck a rather bullish note by doubling the requested amount of licensed capacity for its proposed Eagle Rock enrichment plant in Idaho. Areva, one of USEC's
The bad news for nuke fans is that Ameren
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