- Cameco Corporation has been a publicly traded company since 1991.
- The company's shares are traded on both the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX:CCO) and the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE:CCJ).
- Cameco has consistently made dividend payments since 1991.
- The company has performed two stock splits since it became publicly traded.
|TSX: CCO||11.777B||NYSE: CCJ||9.139B|
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