Nuclear Fuel Market: Centrus' New Sales Follow Increased Borrowing

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US trader Centrus Energy announced on Sep. 14 that it has secured $320 million in new sales contracts, including approximately $270 million secured earlier this year. Market participants wondered whether the separative work units (SWU) trader plans to use the seemingly growing volume of material it has borrowed to help meet its latest commitments.

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