HOT TOPICS: Retire Happy Stock Quotes Topics News & Markets By The Canadian Press | August 13, 2012 TORONTO - Uranium One Inc. (TSX:UUU) said Monday it second-quarter earnings were down slightly to $29.2 million as the price of uranium fell and revenue slipped compared with a year ago, but boosted by one-time gains. The uranium miner said the profit amounted to three cents per share for the quarter ended June 30, compared with a profit of $29.7 million or three cents per share a year ago. However, excluding one-time items, which included an $11.2-million currency hedging adjustment and a $10.4-million one-time tax adjustment, the company said it earned an adjusted profit of $8.8 million or a penny per share, down from $27.5 million or three cents per share a year ago. Revenue totalled $96.8 million, down from $112.9 million. Sales of uranium amounted to 1.88 million pounds, up from 1.95 million pounds a year ago, while the average realized price fell to $52 per pound, from $58 per pound. Average total cash cost increased to $16 per pound, up from $15. Uranium One has assets in Kazakhstan, the United States, Australia and Tanzania. Shares in the company, which reported its results after the close of markets, were down eight cents at $2.10 on the Toronto Stock Exchange on Monday.