The global economy is still recovering from the effects of the Japanese earthquake in March 2011, but none more than the uranium industry. When the tsunami ripped through the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, it damaged the reactors and in particular the Number 3 reactor. Worldwide panic swept across financial markets as fears of a major meltdown shook investor's confidence. In turn, uranium stocks plummeted across the board, most losing more than 50% in price. While most companies bounced back from their March 2011 lows, uranium miners have not. However, there are promising signs from the industry. For more information, click here.
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