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New PotashCorp CEO hands out fistful of upgrades

Jochen Tilk, the PotashCorp boss for three weeks reveals a profits beat and lifts hopes for 2014 earnings, potash margin, world potash volumes...

Yara joins fertilizer groups changing leadership
Joergen Ole Haslestad, Yara chief executive since 2008, is to depart, to be replaced by a metals boss with a strong record for cutting costs
Yara upbeat on fertilizer use despite grains' rout
The nitrogen giant says fertilizer demand remains "robust" despite grain price falls, as it unveils a boost to its profits from falling gas costs
Raised India nutrient subsidy bodes ill for prices
India's extra \$1bn allocation to its fertilizer support budget may appear a boost to price hopes - but it isn't, Macquarie says
Uralkali potash output grows - implying fall ahead
The world's biggest potash group unveils quarterly production above 3m tonnes for the first time. To keep up this pace would mean breaching its target
World potash shipments to see late-2014 slowdown
World potash deliveries so far in 2014 have set a record, as wholesalers rebuild stocks, PotashCorp says. But the second half may prove slower
Uralkali underlines prospects for potash rebound
The Russian potash giant highlights the potential for record industry sales this year, noting a "rebound in demand" fostered by Chinese orders
Brazil nutrient use rises as coffee growers return
Brazil's fertilizer consumption defies ideas of a slowdown, thanks to higher prices of crops such as coffee, on which nutrient use had been reduced
PotashCorp flags 'tightness' in potash market
The fertilizer giant suspends the closure of a Canadian mine amid signs of recovery in the potash market, in which prices staging some recovery
Agrimoney.com commended at prestigious awards
Agrimoney is pipped to the title of best finance website by Forbes, but wins a commendation, putting it ahead of FT.com and the Wall Street Journal
SQM hurt by a market even trickier than potash
SQM profits near-halve, hurt by lower prices of iodine as well as potash. At least the potash market will see "stronger demand", the group believes
Potash prices hold as Canada's inventories dwindle
North American potash stocks, sapped by improved demand, fall to their lowest since the market rumpus in July, putting a prop under prices
K+S highlights signs of potash market 'uptrend'
Shares in the German group hit their highest since July's BPC collapse, after it unveils forecast-beating results and heralds higher potash prices
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