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Mosaic lifts profits hopes, citing strong phosphate, potash demand

The US fertilizer giant guides to a more-than-doubling in quarterly earnings per share, and is upbeat over prospects

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China's urea tax reforms may spark global 'price war'
China's decision to ditch seasonally-changing export taxes on the nitrogen fertilizer may mean lower, if less volatile, prices, Societe Generale says
Slide in crop values to halt Brazil land price rally
Brazil farmland price growth is to stall, Itau BBA says, cutting its rating on SLC Agricola shares, but recommending Ouro Fino and Sam Martinho
China-Canpotex potash deal leaves investors cold
China's Sinofert agrees to buy 1.9m tonnes of North American potash - but the pricing details markets are really interested in are unresolved
Potash output hopes send Uralkali shares soaring
Shares in the world's biggest potash group enjoy their best session in five years - despite an admission that a mine accident might cost \$1bn
Uralkali shares gain despite fears for second mine
Uralkali shares reduce to 25% their fall this week on a potash mine accident - which some analysts believe threatens a neighbouring site too
Uralkali blow a 'strong catalyst' for potash price
A mine accident at the world's top potash group "is likely to tighten" supplies further, SocGen says. Uralkali shares slump, but rivals' stock rises
SQM backs ideas of potash market revival
Latin America's top fertilizer producer unveils below-forecast results, but lifts hopes for world industry potash demand
K+S ups profit hopes, citing potash market revival
The German-based fertilizer and salt company raises guidance for full-year results, flagging "extremely robust" demand for potash
CF Industries flags boost from firm 2015 corn area
The fertilizer group unveils profits well below expectations, boding ill for its shares. But it will get a boost from relatively large US corn sowings
Lower crop area for 2015 to dent US fertilizer use
Agrium forecasts a drop in North American nutrient use as growers, facing lower crop prices and some winter wheat planting hiccups, cut sowings
Mosaic flags phosphates retreat after summer surge
The fertilizer giant reports a jump in quarterly phosphates margins, thanks to soaring sales volumes. But current dynamics are less upbeat
Heavy rains drive Intrepid Potash to surprise loss
The US potash group unveils its third loss in four quarters, after rains force a capacity shutdown. But it flags "positive" market conditions
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