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Currency hit, China caution take shine from Yara results

The strong dollar proves a two-edged sword for Yara, which also highlights the dent to urea prices from booming Chinese exports

SQM shares soar, as controversial chairman steps aside
Julio Ponce fails to stand for re-election as SQM chairman, and PotashCorp proposes heavyweight accounting and governance candidates for the board
Political unrest spurs Yara to writedown Libya investment
The Norwegian fertilizer giant slashes the book value of its stake in the loss-making Lifeco plant
Acron flags ideas of slow world fertilizer demand growth
Acron, unveiling a halving in earnings, flags forecasts that industry nitrogen and phosphate markets will improve, but potash demand growth will slow
Uralkali shares dip, despite upbeat potash output
A reviving rouble, and doubts over a China contract, undermine sentiment in Uralkali, despite a stronger-than-expected start to 2015 at its mines
Canpotex reaches potash deal with Chinese buyers
Negotiations between North American exporter and China will guide 2015 potash pricing
Yara appoints turnaround veteran as CEO
The fertilizer giant names as its new boss Svein Tore Holsether - a colleague of the man who was appointed to the position last year, but walked away
ICL buys Allana Potash, in quest to expand abroad
The Israeli potash group seals an agreed bid for Allana, which has a site in Ethiopia - and had announced talks with fertilizer giant Yara
OCP profits fall despite fertilizer boost to sales
The Moroccan group, the world's biggest phosphates exporter, reveals higher costs from a move towards producing higher-value products
China deal 'boosts' Belaruskali as force in potash
Broker underline the growing influence of the Belarusian potash group, after it signs a deal with China - undercutting Canadian and Russian rivals
SQM shares tumble as board members quit
Canada's PotashCorp withdraws its three directors on the SQM board, over the Chilean group's response to "serious allegations of wrongdoing"
SQM ditches CEO amid probe into payments to politicians
The Chilean fertilizer group axes its longstanding chief executive, Patricio Contesse, as it gets caught up in a second scandal within a year
China will pay more for potash this year, says Credit Suisse
Chinese importers will agree to a higher price for potash this year, the bank says. But rich inventories will limit the increase
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