SOURCE:[Reuters] - As we approach the Holiday Season, we decided to do something a bit different for our readers. At the following link is an excellent video from Reuters outlining the opportunities and issues within the uranium market, titled: “Will Asian Demand Push Up Uranium Prices?”
The video is just 2 minutes long, nicely summarizing the industry and its opportunities.
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SOURCE:[Kitco News] - Growing industrial applications for silver will increase demand for the metal by 27% within the next four years, according to a report released Wednesday by the Silver Institute.
The report, written by CRU Consulting, a London-based metals consulting firm and published by the Institute, said silver demand is expected to grow by 142 million ounces by 2018 compared to 535 million... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[Mining.com] - Somasundaram PR, Managing Director of the World Gold Council India, peels back the underlying weakness of India’s gold trade, arguing that world's second-biggest consumer of the metal should allow banks to use bullion as part of their liquidity reserves. This, he says, would let Indians make better use of local gold, reducing the need for imports.
Cecilia Jamasmie spoke with... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[The Mining Report] - The long winter of falling uranium prices is about to give way to a Japanese spring. In an interview with The Mining Report, Cantor Fitzgerald's Rob Chang discusses the return of the small producers as an increasingly hungry market looks to eat up all of the available uranium. Plus, Chang likes gold and enlightens us on how gold miners are shaking profits out of slag.
The... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[Mining.com] - Much to the chagrin of the financial elite, gold and silver are re-entering the American consciousness and starting to shake the wing nutty image of their recent past. But it’s taken a global financial crisis to get the public’s attention – one that could wipe out our nation at almost any moment.
The U.S. government’s role in the economy is on a seemingly interminable... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[Uranium Investing News] - Uranium stocks are becoming collateral damage in the sell-off in oil over the last couple of months. Since mid-July, oil is down around 20% from $102 per barrel to $83 as of October 201. This has also become a problem for many uranium stocks. Uranium Energy Corp. is down around 27% in the three months ending October 20 2, Fission Uranium Corp. has lost over 30%,3and... [Read more...]