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Kazakh Supply Cuts Behind Uranium Rally…But Can It Last?

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Uranium South Kazakhstan Province

One of the surprise packets in the commodity space this year has been uranium, with the spot price surging 30 percent in the past four months, a stellar performance that may not be justified by current fundamentals.

Uranium UXXc1 stood at $26 per pound on Aug. 31, up from the low so far this year of $20, hit in mid-April. 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.

This looks like a strong performance on the surface, but uranium isn’t quite like other commodity markets and it’s worth delving down to try and fathom the underlying dynamics.

Kazakhstan Bets Big On A Fintech Future

The most obvious factor driving the spot price has been supply cutbacks by major producers, namely Canada’s Cameco CCO.TO and Kazakhstan’s state-owned producer Kazatomprom KZTPR.UL…

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