|Bid||14.60 x 0|
|Ask||14.62 x 0|
|Day's Range||14.45 - 14.77|
|52 Week Range||9.90 - 16.00|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.10|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Nov 2, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.08 (0.53%)|
|1y Target Est||15.57|
The world's best investors are always placing bets on the future. Here are three big bets from three great investors that you should know about.
Kazatomprom, the world’s No. 1 producer of the nuclear fuel, on Monday said it would list as much as 25 percent of its equity in London and the Kazakh capital Astana. The potential listing of a company that accounts for a fifth of global supplies of uranium offers a rare glimpse into a sector dominated by state-owned behemoths, from France’s Orano to Russia’s Rosatom Corp. Kazatomprom, owned by the Kazakh government, is listing as the first major IPO in a wave of planned privatizations.
The Kazakh company said in an IPO registration document, seen by Reuters, that it plans to publish the prospectus for the offering on Nov. 13. The IPO is part of an ambitious privatisation programme set by Kazakhstan after Central Asia's biggest economy was hard hit by the fall in world oil prices. Kazatomprom said in a statement on Monday that Kazakhstan's sovereign wealth fund Samruk-Kazyna, its sole shareholder, would sell shares in the offering in London and Astana but would still hold at least 75 percent of the company's issued share capital after the IPO.
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Canadian uranium producer Cameco Corp said on Thursday the Tax Court of Canada ruled in its favor over a dispute on the reassessments the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) issued, sending its U.S.-listed shares up about 16 percent in premarket trading. Cameco, which settled a U.S. tax dispute last year, came under scrutiny from Canadian tax authorities due to its offshore marketing structure and transfer pricing. The court has found Cameco to be in full compliance of Canadian laws in relation to the reassessments for the years 2003, 2005, and 2006, the company said in a statement.
NYSE: CCJ) announced today that the Tax Court of Canada has ruled unequivocally in favour of the company in its dispute of the reassessments issued by Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) for the 2003, 2005 and 2006 tax years. The Tax Court ruled that Cameco’s marketing and trading structure involving foreign subsidiaries and the related transfer pricing methodology used for certain intercompany uranium sale and purchase agreements are in full compliance with Canadian laws for the tax years in question. “We are very pleased with the Tax Court’s clear and decisive ruling in our favour,” said Tim Gitzel, Cameco’s president and CEO.
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The year-to-date gain is 16.6 percent, and the metal used to power nuclear reactors is on track to record a second annual increase. The most obvious factor driving the spot price has been supply cutbacks by major producers, namely Canada's Cameco and Kazakhstan's state-owned producer Kazatomprom . Cameco said in July it would extend indefinitely a shutdown of its McArthur River and Key Lake mines in Saskatchewan province, having initially announced a suspension of operations in November last year.
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A wave of mine closures and the rollout of nuclear-power plants world-wide are fueling bullish bets on the long-depressed uranium market. Several investment funds have launched this year to wager on a turnaround in the radioactive material used in nuclear reactors. Since the 2011 Fukushima disaster in Japan, uranium had been the worst-performing commodity as countries re-evaluated their reliance on nuclear power.