Steve welcomes once again Justin Huhn to analyze the latest economic and politic situations affecting the urnaium market. Despite a range of scares and tense situations in Ukraine, Justin tells us why the risks associated with uranium and nuclear power plants are still low and the outlook for the market is positive.
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