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SQM sees drop in potash prices, as Canada's stocks mount

The Chilean group says that a nascent decline in potash values may have legs, even as PotashCorp unveils record North American output of the nutrient

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Australia grain growing conditions 'quite challenging'
Incitec Pivot unveils an earnings rise, despite a dent to nutrient sales from dryness in eastern Australia as farmers sow winter grains
CF sanguine on US corn sowings, despite some area losses
The nitrogen fertilizer group, discussing a sharp fall in profits, acknowledges some switch - but not much - from corn in US sowings programmes
Farmers scrimping on seed, says Agrium, as it trims profits hopes
The farm retailer-to-potash producer says many growers are choosing "older, lower-priced" seed - chiming with comments from other observers
Uralkali 'compromises' to seal India potash deal
The Russian group agrees a long-awaited deal to export potash to India - but at a lower price than it had hoped for. Will Canadian rivals follow suit?
Tax rise prompts PotashCorp to cut profits forecast
The Canadian fertilizer giant unveils lower-than-expected quarterly profits, and cuts its earnings outlook for the full year
PhosAgro highlights India boost to phosphate market
The Russia-based group unveils a large loss for 2014, reflecting the rouble's collapse, but says it is "very optimistic" about its start to 2015
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
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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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