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UNX, URANEX LIMITED
FenderBender
post Posted: Apr 10 2007, 01:58 PM
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$2.10.

Sit tight, $3 coming up in the next few weeks.

 
Firky
post Posted: Mar 29 2007, 09:05 PM
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In reply to: FenderBender on Thursday 29/03/07 07:15pm

Starting to get some attention. The RCR report reads really well and UNX is also now on Ferret's Stock to Watch. Full write up is in a post on HC for those that want to read it.
Cheers

 
FenderBender
post Posted: Mar 29 2007, 07:15 PM
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In reply to: rubba81 on Wednesday 21/03/07 08:23pm

Filled, support at $1.70 now.

anyone who hasnt read it, checkout the RCR Capital report,
they've valued UNX at $4+ (very low estimate too)

 
rubba81
post Posted: Mar 21 2007, 08:23 PM
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perhaps needs to go back down and fill that gap at $1.40?

 
Wargfang
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Trading halt



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Firky
post Posted: Jan 31 2007, 06:38 AM
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Article from The Australian covering both UNX and URA:

Robin Bromby
January 31, 2007

PERTH-based Uran is looking to leapfrog into the uranium producer class by buying an operating mine in the Czech Republic.
The company, backed by Perth mining figure Michael Kiernan and former nuclear geologist Kate Hobbs, is negotiating to buy Rozna, Europe's only operating uranium mine.
Uran, which said last month that it had acquired two uranium properties in Ukraine, said yesterday it had been talking to Czech mining authorities since March and to the mining company itself since November.

Ms Hobbs said there was no certainty that Uran would be successful, but the company believed that there was significant potential to extend the mine life by drilling at depth.

Rozna has been operating since 1957 and is producing at the rate of 370 tonnes, or 815,700 pounds, a year of uranium. The metal's spot price now stands at $US72/lb.

Rozna had been scheduled to close next year, a decision made some years ago at a time of low uranium prices and a lack of money in the republic to pay for further exploration.

Ms Hobbs said that, apart from drilling, Uran saw the potential to increase profitability through upgrading the plant and introducing new technology. She said Uran had not been intending to make an announcement until negotiations were complete, but a Prague newspaper had referred to the talks between Uran and the Czech authorities.

Uran has until February 20 to submit a proposal for Rozna.

In other uranium news, Uranex continued its stellar run on the market following more positive news from uranium work in Tanzania. Sampling at the Mkuju prospect has returned grades up to 0.18 per cent.

Uranex wholly owns two licences in Tanzania: Mkuju, covering 8000sqkm; as well as 4700sqkm at Bahi in central Tanzania. Uranex's share price rose another 7c to $2.19, representing a 231 per cent increase since November 1.

The company also owns the Thatchers Soak uranium project in Western Australia, but investors have been more enthusiastic about the African portfolio because the Government in Dar-es-Salaam, unlike the one in Perth, favours uranium mining.

Another Australian company exploring overseas, Globe Uranium, said yesterday that it had found visible uranium over 20km at the Salta project in northern Argentina.

Rock-chip samples had assayed up to 0.21 per cent uranium.

And Uranium Oil & Gas has added six Northern Territory tenements to its portfolio, including the 54sqkm Lucky U prospect northeast of Alice Springs.

See the new daily Assay column at www.theaustralian.com.au




 

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rtenn
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In reply to: Sluggo on Wednesday 24/01/07 04:32pm

UNX should have a fantastic 2007.
Tanzania is one of the few safe countries with a progressive government in Africa.
Should be a treasure house for uranium.
Happy Australia Day to everyone for tomorrow.

 
Sluggo
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In reply to: FenderBender on Wednesday 24/01/07 04:30pm

hey fender, throw in SMM and AGS as other comparisons, and you can see UNX has some catching up to do. Ciao




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FenderBender
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still underpriced in comparison to DYL/BMN etc, happy days.

 
rubba81
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And $2.30 smashed icon13.gif

Any predictions for closing price?



 
 


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