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Shares of uranium mining company Uranium Energy (NYSEMKT: UEC) jumped 11% as of 2:50 p.m. EDT Wednesday after The Wall Street Journal reported this morning on how "day traders are driving uranium prices higher." The cost of yellowcake has risen 46% since early August, reported the Journal, hitting $47.10 per pound -- and according to data from TradingMarkets.com, it's up another 3.7% today.
Enthusiasm from individual traders is reshaping the market for nuclear fuel that generates a tenth of the world’s electricity and sending uranium-linked stocks higher.
Uranium Energy Corp. (NYSE American: UEC) ("UEC" or the "Company") invites investors and shareholders to attend the Company's presentation at the TD Securities Virtual Uranium Roundtable on Thursday, October 7, 2021, at 3:10 PM ET.
Amir Adnani, Uranium Energy Corp CEO, joined Yahoo Finance Live to discuss his outlook for Uranium and the clean energy movement.
What happened After enjoying a nice run-up earlier in the week, uranium stocks melted down on Friday. As of 3:30 p.m. EDT, shares of uranium mining company Energy Fuels (NYSEMKT: UUUU) are down 10%, NexGen Energy (NYSEMKT: NXE) is off 10.
Segra, Sachem Cove and Azarias are among funds notching gains driven by the nuclear fuel’s unexpected emergence as an investor favorite.
Uranium stocks have caught Reddit users' attention, and industry experts believe the bull run has only started.
By Geoffrey Smith
Uranium mining stocks are hot Friday. As Financial Times reports today, the price of uranium yellowcake has soared to its highest level seen since 2014 as private investors bid against nuclear power companies for access to the fuel. Sprott in particular, reports Financial Times, has "snapped up" 6 million pounds of physical uranium, worth about $240 million, over the past couple of months, bringing its total holdings to about 24 million pounds.