Uranium Energy (UEC) is a uranium mining company that has been running low on cash in recent quarters. The company has arranged a short-term lease on further life by securing $20M in debt. Mid- to long-term survival will depend on a recovery of the uranium price and on the ability to cut production costs, while increasing production volume to sustainable levels.
We took a closer look at the numbers and offer our observations below.
Uranium Energy has a market capitalization of $200M at $2.36 per share at the time of writing. The company has 85.5M shares outstanding, 46% of which are held by institutions and about 6% of the company is owned by insiders. The company's...
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