Uranium Energy Corp


Robbie Grubbs, environmental engineer, collects baseline ground water samples at Rare Element Resources' Bear Lodge REE property, in support of the Wyoming project's environmental impact statement, currently underway. Credit: Rare Element Resources.

Top-8 US uranium, REE juniors

VANCOUVER — With the Trump Administration in the U.S. unveiling earlier this year its list of critical minerals vital to the U.S. economy, the need…


Workers at Cameco's Cigar Lake uranium mine in Saskatchewan.  Credit: Cameco

Junior uranium execs pitch rebound in market

VANCOUVER — The CEOs of three North American uranium juniors took to the stage during an open-panel session at the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference in January to discuss the broader uranium market and argue why it is due to…



Construction at Uranium Energy's    Palangana uranium project in South Texas. Source: Uranium Energy Corp.

Uranium Energy drops on ‘unfounded allegations’

Uranium Energy (NYSE-MKT: UEC) shares have plunged more than 30% since a negative blog post about the company triggered an investigation by two New York-based law firms of the Texas-based firm, leaving at least one analyst baffled.


US equities rise, June 15-19

U.S. stocks eked out gains, despite concerns about whether Greece would reach a deal with its lenders to avoid a default. The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 0.6% to 18,014.28, while the S&P 500 Index added 0.7% to 2,109.99. The Nasdaq…


US stocks end lower, May 25-29

Uncertainty over Greece’s debt talks and a first-quarter contraction in the U.S. economy pushed stock indexes lower. Markets closed for the Memorial Day holiday, but when they reopened, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 1.2% to…


Wall Street gains, April 20-24

U.S. equities swung back into the positive territory. The Dow Jones Industrial Average increased 1.4% to 18,080.14 points and the S&P 500 Index added 1.8% to 2,117.69. The Nasdaq rose 3.2% to 5,092.08. The gold price, however, fell US$15.30…


Wall Street ends in the red, March 2-6

U.S. stocks tumbled during the first week of March as investors worried the strong monthly jobs report might trigger the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates sooner than expected. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 276 points, or 1.5%,…





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