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Going for uranium with uranium companies

Favorable supply and demand fundamentals support higher uranium prices.

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Going for uranium with uranium companies

 

Favorable supply and demand fundamentals support higher uranium prices.

 

The new year will also be dominated by uncertainties, the U.S. Federal Reserve will try to turn around its monetary policy, while the risk of inflation continues to increase, and real interest rates will remain in negative territory. Investors' attention is therefore focused on gold. But energy sources are also making headlines, including nuclear power. An investment in uranium companies is therefore associated with prospects of profits. This is because there is an imbalance in the price of uranium. The price at which mining companies are incentivized to resume or increase production and the current price are not yet in balance. After all, Kitco News experts estimate that prices of around $60 per pound of uranium are needed to achieve this. Based on the demand and supply data, the experts therefore derive a realistic price of around 60 U.S. dollars per pound of uranium, and this equilibrium level could be reached as early as this year. Currently, uranium costs just under 44 U.S. dollars per pound.

 

Uranium could become scarce due to the many nuclear power plants planned and under construction around the world, for example in Russia. According to the Russian news agency TASS, developed deposits there are close to exhaustion. A significant shortage of uranium is now expected between 2030 and 2035. While Russia has significant uranium reserves, most of the ores are of low quality, it said. Therefore, economically viable mining is difficult or even impossible. According to the World Nuclear Association, Russia ranks seventh in the world in uranium production (in 2020) and fourth in resources. The signs are therefore good worldwide for companies with uranium in their projects, for example Uranium Energy or Consolidated Uranium.

The latter see their business model as acquiring and developing uranium projects around the globe.

Uranium Energy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_j64jE24xLo - owns several uranium projects in the USA, some of which have been approved, as well as a processing plant in South Texas and equity interests.

 

Current corporate information and press releases from Consolidated Uranium (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/consolidated-uranium-inc/) and Uranium Energy (www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/uranium-energy-corp/).

 

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