Category: International Enexco
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POSTED ON March 25, 2014 BY Travis McPherson

Over the past few days we have seen a number of companies either continue to drill ‘best-to-date’ holes (Fission, NexGen) or begin their winter drill campaigns in Saskatchewan’s world-class uranium basin.  Add to that, the recent takeover bid from Denison (DML:TSX) of International Enexco (IEC:TSXV) and you have one area of the exploration sector that continues to heat… Continue Reading

POSTED ON March 20, 2014 BY Travis McPherson

The small cap uranium explorer, International Enexco (IEC:TSXV), announced today that it has agreed to be acquired by Lukas Lundin’s Denison Mines (DML:TSX) for shares.  Denison already owns roughly 8.4% of the company and they are acquiring the remaining shares for 0.26 Denison shares.  Based on Denison’s closing price of $1.77, this equates to ~$0.46 per IEC share, representing an 18%… Continue Reading

POSTED ON March 10, 2014 BY Travis McPherson

International Enexco (IEC:TSXV) has announced it has hit the thickest and highest grade hole to date at their Mann Lake project located in the eastside of the prolific Athabasca Uranium Basin.  The ~$15 million market cap Enexco holds a 30% working interest and is partnered with two of the largest uranium producers in the world,… Continue Reading

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