March 15, 2012

Analyzing the Shifting Dynamics of the Uranium Market

TER, The Energy Report


bloombergview.com

The Energy Report: It's been nearly one year since the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, but there's not a lot of blowback from environmentalists or politicians. An index of uranium equities is up 46% from their bottom on Oct. 4, although it's still 50% underwater from a year ago. Has the Fukushima effect dissipated?

Geordie Mark: In short, no. It has evolved—lawmakers and oversight committees are developing views on how to guide the sector's safety standards. People are still conscious of Fukushima. . .

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