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Now that UK nuclear power plans are in tatters, it’s vital to double down on wind and solar

Now that Japanese giants Toshiba and Hitachi have walked away from UK nuclear power projects that had previously been abandoned by others, it has forced the government to reassess the pro-nuclear bias of its energy policy. Greg Clark, the UK business secretary, has recognised that nuclear power is no longer cost competitive with renewable energy, but don’t expect any extra push into the cheaper technology.

There is easily enough solar and wind energy available to make up for the cancellation of the nuclear projects and to produce the low-carbon electricity required to make the UK’s 2030 carbon emissions targets achievable.

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Only Nuclear Energy Can Save the Planet

Locals fish on the Vienne River near the nuclear plant in Civaux, France, which began operating in 1999.

Locals fish on the Vienne River near the nuclear plant in Civaux, France, which began operating in 1999. PHOTO: SIPA/ASSOCIATED PRESS

Do the math on replacing fossil fuels: To move fast enough, the world needs to build lots of reactors

Most countries’ policies are shaped not by hard facts but by long-standing and widely shared phobias about radiation.

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Uranium Will Be Best Performing Metal In 2019 – Expert

Published on Dec 20, 2018

Uranium is likely to outperform other metals in 2019, said Lobo Tiggre of Independent Speculator, formerly known as

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Central Bankers, The U.S. Dollar and The Inverse Relationship with Gold


There are a myriad of factors that need to be taken into consideration before one can determine the direction of a particular market sector and therefore place a trade. Supply and demand is a popular one when considering the fundamental analysis as are the moving averages when considering technical analysis. Rightly or wrongly we consider the inverse relationship between the US Dollar and Gold to be very important and along with the words and actions of the central bankers.

On Wednesday the 28th November 2018 we saw action in the markets that clearly displayed the relationship of these three factors.

Charts of the USD and Gold

Taking a quick look at the chart of the US Dollar we can see it fell sharply on Jay Powell’s words.


The Gold chart shows the inverse reaction to the dollar as it bounced on the dollars demise.




The S&P500 Fall and Its Effect On The Precious Metals Sector

Just for those interested in the S&P500 and its relationship to the precious metals sector.



Market sectors are interlinked and what boosts one particular sector can put downward pressure on other sectors. We have seen the recent action by the Fed in raising rates and the boosting effect that they have on the US Dollar. A strengthening dollar has an inverse effect on gold and silver and the associated precious metals producers and so gold bugs have suffered accordingly.

The action in the financial markets of the last few days has seen a correction from historic highs as investors decided to take profits and place their investment funds elsewhere. During Thursday’s trading session on the NYSE the DOW Jones was down 545 points, following an earlier fall of some 800 points. The S&P500 also fell in a similar fashion and both indices closed below their respective 200day moving averages.

It should also be noted that the dollar also lost ground despite the recent rate hikes and the stated intention of the Fed to continue with the policy of rate ‘normalization.’ Both of these factors helped gold and silver prices to recover and this in turn saw investors taking a tad more interest in the associated mining companies. The biggest gold producer on the planet, Barrick Gold Corp (ABX) gained 9.39% in Thursdays trading session. In stock market parlance it is unusual for an elephant to sprint but on this occasion, Barrick proved to be the exception to the rule.

The Chart of the S&P500



The above chart of the SPX clearly depicts.......



Last week was a really interesting week for gold - was it a minor jump or the start of a new rally?

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Saudi Arabia to unlock region’s nuclear energy potential

Saudi Arabia’s atomic energy programme is fundamental for developing a sustainable energy sector, energy minister Khalid Al-Falih told the 62ndGeneral Conference of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna.

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Nuclear power plant of the future?

Despite a spate of headlines to the contrary, the Russian behemoth currently tied to a dock in Murmansk is not the world’s first floating nuclear power plant. That honor went to the MH-1A Sturgis, built by the US Army and towed to the Panama Canal Zone more than 50 years ago to be used as a portable electricity supply. It is currently being dismantled in Galveston, Texas, a four-year job that is nearly done.

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Nuclear Power - The Global Market is Forecast to Exceed $245 Billion by 2026 -

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug 28, 2018--The "Nuclear Power - Global Market Outlook (2017-2026)" report has been added to's offering.

According to the report, the market accounted for $100.11 billion in 2017 and is expected to reach $245.88 billion by 2026 growing at a CAGR of 10.4%.

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Are Environmentalist Stunts Obfuscating A Serious Nuclear Debate?

The Greenpeace activists who crashed a Superman-styled drone into an EDF facility near Lyon, France on July 3 pulled off the latest of several stunts designed to highlight the vulnerability of France’s ageing nuclear reactors. In a country whose energy mix is built on nuclear power, the strategy is working: the Superman incident came just before a French parliamentary report called out security “failings” at some facilities. Revelations of faulty welding at the new Flamanville reactor have since added yet more fuel to the fire.

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Nuclear power looks to shrink its way to success

New mini reactor designs offer lower cost and risk than conventional technology

Everything about nuclear energy seems terrifically big: the cost, construction and decommissioning — and the fears of something going badly wrong. The future, however, may well be much smaller. Dozens of companies are working on a new generation of reactors that, they promise, can deliver nuclear power at lower cost and reduced risk.

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