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Nine months after the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami pummelled Japan, killing thousands and causing the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl, the uranium market has yet to recover.
 
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15th November 2011
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Nine months after the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami pummelled Japan, killing thousands and causing the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl, the uranium market has yet to recover.

Though prices for the nuclear fuel have stabilised above $50/lb, the near to medium term demand outlook is still murky.

Two of the world’s biggest producers reported their financial results for the September quarter, and gave their thoughts on where the market might be headed.

 

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Nine months after the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami pummelled Japan, killing thousands and causing the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl, the uranium market has yet to recover.
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