Uranium Price OutlookUranium prices fell over the previous month in the first week of February, marking a bigger decline than in January. On 9 February, uranium traded at USD 22.3 per pound, which was 6.3% lower than on the same day in January. The price was 6.3% lower on a year-to-date basis and was down 14.4% from the same day in 2017. Although last year’s downward trend persists, analysts are projecting an upturn in prices this year. On 9 February, the world’s biggest uranium miner, Cameco Corp., reported lower-than-expected losses in the final quarter of 2017, indicating that the closure of its McArthur River mine last year has started to pay off. Additional mining producers also slashed production last year to bump up prices.
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