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Uralkali to exit London Stock Exchange, teases Moscow delisting

The Russian fertilizer giant will delist in London, and a new tranche of share buybacks could leave it a privately owned company

World potash demand to drop at least 10% this year, says SQM
The Chilean group takes a more gloomy view of the potash market than peers such as Mosaic and PotashCorp, as it unveils below-forecast profits
Monsanto still eyeing Syngenta. Bayer plays hard to get
With merger talk remaining rife in the agrichemical sector, Monsanto is still seeking to be a "leading consolidator"
CF backs ideas of rise in US corn sowings in 2016
The fertilizer group, unveiling below-forecast results, foresees a bigger-than-expected rebound in corn area than the USDA has pencilled in
PotashCorp cuts profits hopes as 'weaker environment' bites
The fertilizer giant ditches hopes of a rise in earnings, flagging "cautious buying" in North America, where potash prices hit a seven-year low
Yara snaps up nitrate plant stake, as Apache leaves town
As its venture partner exits Australia, fertiizer group Yara takes on sole ownership of the huge Pilbara ammonia plant
Dow moots sale of its ag sprays unit - and it might not be alone
"Everyone's talking to everyone," Dow Chemical boss Andrew Liveris says, as agrichemicals groups struggle against a sector downturn
Yara optimistic on fertilizer demand - even in Brazil
The nitrogen giant says ag economics are "supportive" for demand, and is upbeat on Brazil - a market tripping up agrichemical peers
Uralkali likely to be removed from MSCI indexes, analyst warns
A successful share buyback will likely push the Russian potash group of key stock indexes, and the threat of a stock exchange delisting still looms
Ag markets face further 'bloodletting', Macquarie warns
The bank is downbeat on price prospects for rubber and soybeans, and says the "worst is yet to come" for potash. Still, it is "bullish" on corn
'Storms may be coming your way,' PotashCorp boss warns K+S
As the Canadian potash giant walks away from a tie-up with the German miner, a parting shot warns of increased competition and exchange rate dangers
K+S shares plunge after PotashCorp ditches $8.9bn bid
K+S shares fall near a 2015 low, after PotashCorp shelves its bid, citing weakened markets and a lack of "engagement" from the German group
Potash demand to rise, after long-term application shortfall
Depleted soil in North America could double potash demand, with long-term nutrient imbalances in China and India as well, PotashCorp says
Mosasic, PotashCorp reveal caution on potash prices

The fertilizer giants see scope for weaker potash prices, despite being upbeat on demand. Mosaic forecasts a phosphate price drop too

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