USEC Inc., (NYSE:USU) plunged 17.07% to close at $0.34 in Friday’s trading session as it announced the date (March 19) for its earnings call for 4Q2012 & year-end FY2012. USU supplies low enriched uranium (LEU) primarily to the U.S., Japan & other nations across the globe. USU has 50.0% share in the North American market & over 27.0% share in the world market. With China rolling out its own uranium enrichment technology imports could diminish. The company sits on dependable assets and potential pipeline of orders. On the contrary, it runs a risk of failing to fund its American Centrifuge Plant (ACP) which is projected to consume only 5% of the current electricity-levels to generate LEU. USU has a Debt/equity ratio of 1.1x and Current ratio of 1.3x which signifies optimal debt levels & healthy liquidity position.