Uranium prices shot to a 15-year high of above US$80 per pound last week as the metal needed for zero-carbon nuclear power to fuel our cars and gadgets now and in the future. Here are several companies worth noting that are tackling the issue.
Skyharbour has announced drill results from the recently completed 9,600m drill program at the Russell Lake Uranium Project in Saskatchewan, as the uranium market continues to move higher. Read on to see why analysts like this company's stock.
Westinghouse Electric Company LLC, an American nuclear power company formed in 1999 from the nuclear power division of the original Westinghouse Electric Corporation, has changed hands several times since then. On November 3, Canadian uranium firm Cameco Corp. announced that it had all its ducks in a row to become the new minority owner of the legacy nuclear business.
Recently, Tisdale Clean Energy Corp. announced plans for its exploration program at the South Falcon EastUranium Project, located in the Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan. Read to see what one technical analyst has to say about this company's stock.