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The Yellowcake Advocate Apr 19
Here is a graph of the current developers listed on Bloomberg table. The graph indicates 'Pounds in the Ground' for each player. Where does your company sit?
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John Quakes Apr 17
joins emerging trend of increasing capacity of existing power plants.⚡ US was able to hit record nuclear power generation in 2018 by expanding capacities & efficiencies of existing reactor fleet. ⚛️🏗️↗️ 🌊
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David Miller remembers the bull market in the early 2000’s and what the sentiment was like back then. Our interview is out now -
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Nuclear Energy for Australia Apr 19
China to build 6-8 nuclear reactors a year
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David Rosenberg Apr 18
I haven’t seen anyone publish what China’s NOMINAL GDP did — but I see that it actually slowed sharply to 4.2% (QoQ annualized) from 9.2% in Q4 and 10.0% a year ago, which actually was the worst performance since the first quarter of 2009. But let’s keep that as our little secret
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Haplo Apr 19
Audi has reportedly delayed deliveries of its first flagship electric vehicle because of issues securing enough batteries from supplier LG Chem Audi’s first electric car reportedly delayed again because of a battery shortage via
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Jeb Handwerger Apr 19
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MINING.com Apr 19
Lithium use in electric cars sold around the world surges by 76%: via
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PalisadeRadio Apr 19
Our new blog post featuring our interviews with and is out now. We talk about mistakes in the resource space. View here -
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Jeb Handwerger Apr 19
are cheaper after 3 years of use and retain value better
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The Yellowcake Advocate Apr 19
David Miller - "The uranium price will pop". continues their long-standing uranium commentary
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John Quakes Apr 18
With fuel industry consultants UxC confirming >55M lb primary supply deficit in 2019, either 120 reactors have to shut down Immediately or U prices must rise to US$60+/lb to incentivize new production to eliminate U deficit. You pick which one is more likely.⚛️📈😉
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PalisadeRadio Apr 19
David Miller gives us his thoughts on the current market and what might happen next. Our interview is out now -
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Office of Nuclear Energy Apr 18
"America is back in the nuclear energy industry folks. We are back!" -
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Simon Moores Apr 18
In the need for speed, ICE compete with EV
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David Brady Apr 18
I truly don't care what the short-term price of is or what the Bullion Banks are doing when I see this. Central Banks buying or repatriating Gold. They're not doing so for fun and the timing is significant too. Crisis management ahead of time. Gold to explode imho.
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The Yellowcake Advocate Apr 18
Not precise Mlbs p.a, but close to the mark. Uranium Supply 2005-2019. 2019 is projected deficit. Take note of comments about Megatons to Megawatts (technically not a deficit last cycle as 23Mlbs p.a dumped on market). No supply faries this time around
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Lawrence Lepard Apr 18
Fed may need to buy more bonds than before crisis to manage U.S. rates: official | Article [AMP] | Reuters . HERE WE GO LAYING THE GROUND WORK!
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David Rosenberg Apr 18
Strong March for retail sales but look at the entire first quarter. Down to +0.2% SAAR from 1% in Q4, 4.3% in Q3 and 6.1% in Q2. REAL sales in Q1 were -0.7% and followed -0.5% in Q4, first back to back contraction since the first half of 2009.
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