Articles Tagged "TSXV:ARY"

Anfield Resources Provides More Information on Uranium One Transaction

Uranium – Anfield Resources Inc. (TSXV:ARY,OTCQB:ANLDF,FWB:0AD) provided more information on the asset purchase with Uranium One. The Shootaring Canyon Mill and the Velvet-Wood Project, both in Utah, are part of the acquisition, together with portfolio of uranium assets, including a joint venture project with Energy Fuels Inc. (TSX:EFR)(NYSE MKT:UUUU), two surface stockpiles, and a number of royalties on projects held by other publicly traded companies, including Energy Fuels Inc., Azarga Uranium Corp. (TSX: AZZ) and Western Uranium Corporation (CSE: WUC).

13 Companies That Announced Equity Raises Last Week

Gold – According to the Weekly Dig from Haywood Securities, 12 companies announced equity raises of at least $500,000. It's no surprise that gold miners made up the majority of the list, but companies from the uranium, copper, silver and lithium spaces are also on it.

Anfield Resources Appoints Jim Rasmussen to Board of Directors

Uranium – Anfield Resources Inc. (TSXV:ARY,OTCQB:ANLDF,FWB:0AD) announced the appointment of Jim Rasmussen to its Board of Directors. Mr. Rasmussen recently served as the Manager of Exploration for Uranium One Americas, where he executed and oversaw the evaluation, exploration and development of underground and surface mineable uranium deposits.

Anfield Resources Announces Velvet-Wood Project M+I Resource of 4.627 Million Pounds Uranium

Uranium – Anfield Resources Inc. (TSXV:ARY,OTCQB:ANLDF) reported a mineral resource for the Velvet-Wood project: a combined measured and indicated resource of 4.627 million pounds of uranium at an average grade of 0.29%. The NI 43-101 Technical Report also includes an inferred resource of 552,000 pounds of uranium at an average grade of 0.32%.

Top 3 Year-to-Date Performances by Uranium Companies

Uranium – Uranium Investing News examines the top three year-to-date performances by junior and mid-tier uranium companies. Anfield Resources, Energy Fuels and NexGen Energy have all seen share price increases of 40 percent this year as they look to take advantage of the resurgent uranium market.