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Yara clings to hopes for EU fertilizer market revival

A recovery in Europe's nitrogen purchases, which failed to materialise early in 2016, will come, Yara says, unveiling results which lift its shares

Morocco, China supplies to keep lid on phosphate prices
Heavy capacity in the world's top phosphate exporters will limit any price recovery, PhosAgro says
UK ag input demand picking up, after slow winter
UK agribusiness Wynnstay says demand from arable farmers "has gained momentum", while beef and sheep feed sales have proved "buoyant"
Brazilian fertilizer demand to rise this year
Brazil's fertilizer demand will hit the second-highest level on record in 2016, Fertilizantes Heringer says
K+S shares plummet on gloomy potash price outlook
The German group, unveiling below-forecast results, foresees moribund potash demand and falling prices in 2016
SQM foresees lower prices for troubled potash market
The group forecasts a further drop in its potash prices, amid a gloomy week for the sector, marked by mine stoppages and a share tumble
Credit Suisse cuts price hopes for fertilizer shares
Credit Suisse reduces price targets for some of the world's top fertilizer companies, as the outlook for nutrient prices weakens
Futures prices favour corn plantings over soybeans, CF says
The fertilizer group sees US corn plantings rising by 2.5m acres this year, and is upbeat on nitrogen prices too
Potash and phosphate prices to weaken further, says Mosaic
Prices for the crop nutrients will be down in the first three months of 2016, the US fertilizer producer says
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
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
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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