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Yara shares hit 13-month low, amid caution over Chinese urea

The fertilizer giant, unveiling results in line with expectations, takes a less sanguine view than rival Agrium over a fall in Chinese urea exports

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North American demand to support plummeting urea market
Agrium sees falling Chinese urea exports helping prices, as shares fall on a weaker earnings outlook
ChemChina deal could open doors in China, Syngenta boss says
Syngenta is now in an "ideal" position to capitalise on the growing Chinese agrichemical and seeds markets
Yara profit warning sends shares to one-year low
The nitrogen giant warns of asset impairment charges on two facilities, and weak sales, as nitrogen prices plummet
PotashCorp earnings to fall faster than expected, as nutrient prices tumble
The Canadian fertilizer giant issues a downbeat forecast for 2016, as earnings and sales miss analyst expectations
Nitrogen prices sharply down in 2016
Prices for the plant nutrient have fallen sharply so far this year, but Chinese cost of production could put in a floor
Chinese importers to buy potash 'at cheapest price in years'
Weakening Brazilian and South East Asian markets indicate China could secure potash supplies at less than half prices paid in 2008
SQM sees weaker potash prices in 2016
Despite an uptick in demand, prices for the plant nutrient will be down over the year, the Chilean miner said
Fertilizer markets suffer 'tough start' to 2016
Potash values are down 4% already, and expected to drop further, with urea prices hurt by softness in the renminbi. But phosphates dodge the decline
PotashCorp mothballs New Brunswick mine
Production at the facility has been indefinitely suspended, just over a year after it opened
Potash prices to keep falling. But phosphate, urea outlooks firmer
Chinese dynamics look likely to keep pressure on potash prices, but they are more mixed for phosphate and urea markets, the AHDB says
ICL launches Namibia exploration, as fertilizer sector turns to Africa
The move by ICL follows a slew of African fertilizer deals last week, as Yara points to growing demand in southern Africa
Urea prices 'have found a floor' near four-year low
Russian-based Acron says the number of urea producers operating in the red, or close to it, is reducing the threat of further price declines
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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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