Uranium Market Fundamentals

While a majority of Americans have opinions on the subject of nuclear power, only a small percentage have any idea that 20% of their power needs are met by an element that is in short supply.

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Federal Reserve Policy

The Federal Reserve is the U.S. central bank, and it regulates the nation’s financial institutions and implements economic and monetary policies that aim to keep the economy operating at it’s best. The Fed controls the US economy through it’s regulation of interest rates. It’s policies influence commodity prices, the value of the US dollar in …

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Big Mac Price Index

Introduced in September 1986 by the Economist magazine, the Big Mac Index has achieved notoriety as a financial indicator. The Index is a humerous guide to whether currencies are at their “correct” level – based on the theory of purchasing-power parity (PPP). Purchasing-power parity (PPP) is a theory stating that eventually, exchange rates should move …

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Monetary Policy

Monetary Policy refers to the policy used by central banks to manage the supply of money or trading in the foreign exchange market. Central banks typically have two core mandates: – Preserve the stability of prices/contain inflation – Foster an environment for sustainable economic growth Expansionary Monetary Policy Expansionary monetary policy increases the total supply …

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