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Cameco Corp (NYSE:CCJ) Stands Out Amidst Broad Market Uncertainity

Cameco Corp (NYSE:CCJ) Stands Out Amidst Broad Market Uncertainity
“Drilling marks a key milestone for Stallion as we move into more advanced exploration with potential to make a uranium discovery! We have been able to progress the Appaloosa target from a regional survey to an advanced drill target that hosts several known features associated with uranium mineralization,” stated Drew Zimmerman, CEO. “Our systematic approach over such a large land package gives our team high confidence in drill testing the Appaloosa target.”

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In a recent financial and operational report, Cameco (TSX: CCO; NYSE: CCJ), based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, highlighted a significantly positive performance for the fourth quarter and the entire year ending December 31, 2023. The company benefited from increased sales volumes and higher realized prices in its uranium and fuel services segments, leading to a more than doubling of its net earnings, adjusted net earnings, and cash from operations compared to 2022. Adjusted EBITDA saw a 93% increase. Cameco’s President and CEO, Tim Gitzel, anticipates strong financial results in 2024, particularly with the expected benefits from their investment in Westinghouse. The company aims to continue transitioning to a tier-one cost structure to support sustainable growth.

Before we get into further details on Cameco Corp (TSX: CCO; NYSE: CCJ), one Canadian Uranium mining stock company that needs attention is Stallion Uranium Corp (TSX-V: STUD; OTCQB: STLNF; FSE: HM40). Recently, Stallion Uranium Corp (STUD.V) announced that it has begun drilling on its high priority Appaloosa Target as part the Company’s maiden drill program on its 100% owned Coffer Project in the prolific Southwestern Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan, Canada.


  1. The objective of the drill program is the discovery of uranium mineralization associated with conductive electromagnetic (EM) anomalies.
  1. Drill holes are targeting multiple stacked geophysical anomalies including conductive EM anomalies, gravity low anomalies and magnetic low anomalies.
  1. Approximately 3,300 meters are planned in 3 drill holes.
  1. Stallion holds a 100% ownership of the project.

“Drilling marks a key milestone for Stallion as we move into more advanced exploration with potential to make a uranium discovery! We have been able to progress the Appaloosa target from a regional survey to an advanced drill target that hosts several known features associated with uranium mineralization,” stated Drew Zimmerman, CEO. “Our systematic approach over such a large land package gives our team high confidence in drill testing the Appaloosa target.”

STUD.V is currently trading at 0.14 CAD on TSXV and about 10 cents on the OTCQX exchange. Any positive news from the drilling project could potentially cause this micro cap stock to go parabolic. To read more news about Stallion Uranium Corp (TSX-V: STUD; OTCQB: STLNF; FSE: HM40) visit

Getting back to Cameco Corp (NYSE:CCJ), Cameco in its recent press release, also noted the impact of heightened geopolitical uncertainty, global production shortfalls, and transportation challenges in 2023. These factors underscored the growing security of supply risk at a time of robust and enduring demand for nuclear power, evidenced by 28 countries supporting the tripling of nuclear capacity by 2050 to help achieve global net-zero greenhouse gas emissions. The demand has spurred increased long-term contracting activity, with around 160 million pounds of uranium placed under long-term contracts by utilities in 2023. Uranium spot prices have more than doubled, and prices across the nuclear fuel cycle continue to rise.

The company remains confident in its position as a proven and reliable supplier in the nuclear fuel market, with 35 years of experience. Cameco’s strategy emphasizes full-cycle value capture and includes various supply options to meet delivery commitments. It has been successful in securing long-term contracts that provide exposure to market improvements and maintain flexibility in future production capacity.

Cameco plans to produce 18 million pounds of uranium at both McArthur River/Key Lake and Cigar Lake in 2024, with efforts to extend Cigar Lake’s mine life to 2036 and evaluate expansion at McArthur River/Key Lake. The acquisition of a 49% interest in Westinghouse in 2023 is seen as a strategic move to capitalize on the expected rise in global demand for nuclear power, with projected growth in Westinghouse’s adjusted EBITDA.

The company’s strong balance sheet and disciplined strategy, including conservative financial management, position it well to manage risks and capitalize on opportunities. Cameco remains committed to reducing its carbon footprint and supporting the transition to a net-zero carbon economy, aligning with global initiatives like Net Zero Nuclear. Its comprehensive approach integrates environmental, social, and governance considerations into its business strategy, aiming to energize a clean-air world while reflecting its core values.

Read more about Cameco (TSX: CCO; NYSE: CCJ) at:

Other Canadian Mining Stock in Focus include Wheaton Precious Metals Corp. (NYSE:WPM), B2Gold Corp. (NYSE:BTG), Pan American Silver Corp. (NASDAQ:PAAS), Cameco Corporation (NYSE:CCJ), Lundin Mining Corporation (OTC:LUNMF), Kinross Gold Corporation (NYSE:KGC), Agnico Eagle Mines Limited (NYSE:AEM), Agnico Eagle Mines Limited (NYSE:AEM), Barrick Gold Corporation (NYSE:GOLD).

As always, conduct your own due diligence and follow traders vigilance. 

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