Midday Report: Centrus Energy (LEU) Shares Climb for August 5

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Centrus Energy Corp - Class A (NYSE: LEU) has climbed $2.03 (5.86%) and sits at $36.67, as of 11:57:09 est on August 5.

133,877 shares exchanged hands.

The Company is up 2.57% over the last 5 days and shares advanced 23.25% over the last 30 days.

Centrus Energy expects its next earnings on 2022-08-11.

For technical charts, analysis, and more on Centrus Energy visit the company profile.

About Centrus Energy Corp - Class A

Centrus is a trusted supplier of nuclear fuel and services for the nuclear power industry. Centrus provides value to its utility customers through the reliability and diversity of its supply sources – helping them meet the growing need for clean, affordable, carbon-free electricity. Since 1998, the Company has provided its utility customers with more than 1,750 reactor years of fuel, which is equivalent to 7 billion tons of coal. With world-class technical capabilities, Centrus offers turnkey engineering and advanced manufacturing solutions to its customers. The Company is also advancing the next generation of centrifuge technologies so that America can restore its domestic uranium enrichment capability in the future.

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