Uranium Energy Reports Q1 Results 2023

Uranium Energy Corp (NYSE: UEC)

Reported, in accordance with NYSE American requirements, the filing of the Company’s quarterly report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended October 31, 2022 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Highlights included Industry leading growth with two accretive acquisitions of UEX Corp., and Rio Tinto’s world-class, development-stage Roughrider Project.  Continue reading

Mining Review 25th September

Mining Review Sunday Update 25th Sep.

Interest rates soared this week, the US dollar reached a 22 year high, and gold tanked as a result, losing 1.79% over the week.

Mining stocks tumbled once again, there were some extreme falls, one example being Colonial Coal, which fell 15.3% on Friday in a single day!  Continue reading

UEC bid for UEX Trumped by Denison Mines

Uranium Energy Corp. (NYSE: UEC)

Has received a notice from UEX Corporation that Denison Mines Corp. has made an acquisition proposal for all of the issued and outstanding shares of UEX pursuant to a plan of arrangement.

The board of directors of UEX has determined that the Denison Proposal constitutes a “Superior Proposal”.  UEC has five days to respond. Continue reading

Mining Review Sunday Update 24th July 2022

Mining Review Sunday Update 24th July 2022

Another poor week for metals, but there are signs that maybe the US dollar has peaked, which would be positive if so.

Amongst companies in the news were American Creek Resources, Cyprium Metals, Karora Resources an Uranium Energy Corp. Continue reading

Mining Review Sunday Update 24th April 2022

Mining Review Sunday Update 24th April 2022

Gold dropped 2% and led down the gold juniors, rolling back some of their gains over the last few weeks.

Companies commented on include; Cabral Gold, Newcore Gold, O3 Mining, Silver Tiger Metals, Uranium Energy Corp., and Wesdome Gold.   […]  Continue reading

Mining Review Sunday Update 13th March 2022

City Investors Circle Mining Review 13th March 2022

Metal prices were heavily influenced by the Ukrainian conflict, with nickel making the headlines due to the price rising to $100,000 on the LME, before the market was closed as trading was becoming irrational.

Thermal coal also rose strongly in price as countries such as Germany move to secure supply to possibly replace Russian gas. Uranium rose strongly as Russia supplies 16% of US uranium imports. Continue reading