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Jim Rickards Exclusive Interview: The Fed Basically Still Uses LTCM’s Financial Models

Hi Jim. You have recently published Currency Wars and now The Death of Money. Are you expecting a global collapse of every currency? And if so, a collapse relative to what?

I expect a collapse in the value of currencies relative to real goods, real assets and real services. This will happen to all currencies, not just the dollar. I don’t expect a word where people lose confidence in the dollar and the euro does really well. On a relative basis,

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Uranium producer Cameco expects up to 5 pct fall in revenue

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Oct 29 (Reuters) - Canadian uranium producer Cameco Corp said it expected full-year revenue to fall up to 5 percent as it trims production to account for labor issues at its mines.

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Japan edges back towards nuclear power with vote to restart reactors

Legislators in Satsumasendai agree to restart Sendai plant, first to win approval since Fukushima earthquake disaster of 2011

Japan has moved closer to a return to nuclear power, more than three years after the Fukushima disaster, after a town in the country’s south-west voted to approve two reactors coming back online.

Nineteen of 26 assembly members in Satsumasendai, located 600 miles south-west of Tokyo, voted in favour of restarting the Sendai nuclear power plant. Four voted against and three abstained.

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Are Uranium Stocks Being Unfairly Punished?

Henry Bonner

Uranium stocks are becoming collateral damage in the sell-off in oil over the last couple of months. Since mid-July, oil is down around 20% from $102 per barrel to $83 as of October 201. This has also become a problem for many uranium stocks. Uranium Energy Corp. is down around 27% in the three months ending October 20,2 Fission Uranium Corp. has lost over 30%,3 and big uranium producer Cameco Corp. is off 20% in the same time frame.

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The Better Short: Gold or Silver?

The fundamentals for the precious metals are weak. This has been highlighted in recent weeks by the lack of a major rally in gold and the losses in silver despite a spike in volatility to its highest since 2011. Improving economic data, the tapering of QE, and discussion of when the first rate hike will be have resulted in heavy losses over the past two years in the precious metals, and are to blame for the poor performance in the recent risk off market conditions stemming from the Ebola fears.

These overwhelmingly bearish fundamentals are the reason that we have taken short positions on the precious metals sector and why we intend to continue to do so. However, while both gold and silver offer attractive levels for new shorts, which metal holds the better risk reward dynamics in the current market situation? To answer this we must consider how each metal behaves and performs during both risk off and on conditions, as well as their current technical situations.

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The element that causes arguments - Uranium

By Justin Rowlatt BBC News

Uranium is the most divisive of elements.

When Otto Hahn first discovered in 1938 the astonishing amounts of energy that could be released by splitting a single uranium atom, he opened the way to a potentially unlimited source of electricity, but also to the atomic bomb.

Today, the element's potential poses a new conundrum, one that has split environmentalists right down the middle.

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Russia welcomes India's decision to go for more nuclear energy  

NEW DELHI: Russia tonight welcomed NDA government's decision to increase the number of nuclear power plants saying it is the only way to solve India's energy crisis. 

"The Indian govt is talking about 22-24 nuclear power units,

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How Big Miners Are Reliving the Late 90’s Bust: Steve Todoruk

Henry Bonner

It looks like the late 90’s are back in vogue in the mining industry.

Steve Todoruk, a mining veteran who joined Rick Rule in 2003 at Sprott Global Resource Investments Ltd. says he’s seeing some key similarities between today and the last big bear market for resource stocks, which lasted from around 1998 to 2001.

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Was Rick Rule Wrong to Call a Rout in Resource Juniors?

Jeff Desjardins is the founder of When Rick Rule said he expected lots of companies to ‘give up’ or ‘de-list’ before this bear market was over – Jeff took note. But where are the reports of companies leaving the resource sector? In this piece, Jeff takes a deeper dive…

By Jeff Desjardins,

Many commentators had predicted that mediocre junior exploration companies would de-list or die off this summer.

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Japanese-French consortium sees Turkish nuclear reactor ready by 2023

(Reuters) - A Turkish nuclear plant to be built by Japanese-French consortium will be ready to come online by 2023, the same year as the one hundredth anniversary of the Turkish republic, a consortium member said on Tuesday.

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