huge blow???? Ontario will refurbish two old plants instead and currently
The government also left the door open to building the new nuclear reactors should projected energy demand rise in the future.
wow is that ever devastating!!! run run run .... lol
HUGE HUGE .... so lets see they are going to refurbish two old plants instead ... -2+2=0
so basically no change that is huge!
ice wall would be self healing if cracks form and immune from power outages. This is proven technology.
there could be some commodity fund(s) selling ... some big hedge funds are going belly up and may be liquidating positions - when done prob jump up fast. Way oversold. Weak hands to strong
yep borrow money to pump up the stock market
borrow money to buy your own debt!
Have the biggest debt ever when interest rates have bottomed!
start up an expensive medicare program that is a nightmare for business when you can least afford it ....
and then increase tax rates when people can least afford it
mean while cities are going bankrupt and bridges fall down !
let nut jobs have security clearance and dont secure border but spy on all the law abiding citizens.
Oh and try and start another war that could lead to WW3 .... while you wear your nobel peace prize and then get shown up by the Russians!
the saddest part is all the fools that think this is a good thing!
Rio Tinto is already using robots for mining .... this should reduce costs and increase production ... anyone with any feed back on when this will happen? Just a matter of time. We are entering the age of robots and CCJ looks like a no brainer for a big winner when they make the transition.
with increase safety measures learned from fukushima. Safer nuclear energy with its zero carbon emissions may become much more attractive.
Japan's Trade Minister Toshimitsu Motegi warned that the government would not allow its plans to revive the economy to be derailed by a commitment to going non-nuclear
inspite of tsunami and bad design as well as bad location, Fukushima was still caused by man made errors after tsunami. Totally preventable. Japan will learn and move on.
they are going to have to start up their reactors soon if they want their growth to continue and its a fact they are serious about growth! just a matter of when
far safer and with 50% more power
Global uranium demand is predicted to rise 48% by 2023, but even now uranium prices are hinting at a major rebound, prompting France’s Areva to implore buyers to get ahead of the game with advance orders
CCJ will move up soon on anticipation ... sounds like we are getting close to bottom by pessimism here!
Reported by FN Arena
Tuesday, October 8, 2013