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Cameco to acquire German nuclear fuel company Nukem for $136-million
Canadian uranium producer Cameco Inc. has signed a deal to buy Nukem Energy, a German company that trades nuclear fuel products and services, for roughly $136-million (U.S.) in cash plus debt. The Saskatoon-based company said Monday the deal ...
Cameco to buy Nukem Energy  World Nuclear News
Cameco to buy nuclear fuel broker Nukem Energy  Reuters Canada
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Cameco to buy uranium broker for US$136M
Saskatoon uranium producer Cameco Corp. said Monday it has agreed to purchase Nukem Energy GmbH, a broker of nuclear fuel products and services for US$136-million. Cameco will also assume Nukem's net debt position of US$164-million, although ...
Cameco buys uranium trader Nukem for $136m  Creamer Media's Mining Weekly
Canada's Athabasca Basin to Profit from Unquenched Demand for Uranium  Prospecting Journal
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Uranium Price Forecast is Up� Here's the Stock to Buy Now
Before I recommend a way to play the current uranium market, here's a quick recap of why prices - as I said last week in my uranium forecast - are bound to rise.
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Undervalued Uranium Miners On The Verge Of Being Acquired By Cameco
The company could be the next major U.S. uranium producer at a time when new uranium supply is critical. The company has a strong treasury, a partnership with Cameco and off take agreements with some of the largest U.S. utilities, which indicates that ...
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Personal Finance this weekend
Warranty battles are not only between you and a company, but also your time and money. So, how much is your time worth? That's the question that Dusty Wallet columnist Garry Marr faced when he pursued a warranty for his broken Sub Zero refrigerator.
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Are Uranium Stocks Set to Double? (URA)
Not many markets have been written off by investors more than uranium since last March. Understandably, the Fukushima incident left a bad taste in everyone's mouth.
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328 mentors and entrepreneurs reunite to set speed-networking Guinness World ...
Tracking down and wooing the right mentor can be a daunting task for many budding entrepreneurs seeking business advice, but for a few hours Monday this was far from the case at the Discovery 12 Conference in Toronto.
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Pebble watch Kickstarter surpasses $10M, closes pre-orders at 85000
By Thursday morning, 66,356 backers had pledged US$10,166,359 to support the project. Fans of the watches can still pledge US$1 to get exclusive Pebble updates but for now, advance-ordering of the watches is closed. The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company ...
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Raining on your benefits parade
DC plans can easily add up to 4% to 5% of wage costs while DB plans are double that, says the company. Only 22% of people in the private sector get some sort of pension plan and of that number, 16 percentage points is made up of defined benefits with ...
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No port in storm for WA yellowcake
One of the biggest is being pursued by Cameco Australia, the Australian subsidiary of the large Canadian integrated nuclear energy company, Cameco Corporation, which is developing the Kintyre deposit in a joint venture with Mitsubishi Development on ...
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