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  • WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Nov 18- Potash miners, facing another round of tough negotiations with big buyers in China and India, are looking to support sinking profits by boosting sales of higher-margin specialty products, according to top executives. The pink fertilizer's price has fallen sharply this year, under pressure from bloated capacity, soft grain prices and...

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  • Potash Corp shares tumbled more than 4 percent in New York and Toronto trading, and are down more than one-third this year. The company lowered its full-year profit forecast to $1.55- $1.65 per share from $1.75- $1.95. Potash Corp's results and revised outlook point to a deeper-than-expected slump in the potash market, said Alta Corp Capital analyst Peter...

  • The company lowered its full-year profit forecast to $1.55- $1.65 per share from $1.75- $1.95. Chief Executive Officer Jochen Tilk said the company would advance the planned closure of its Penobsquis, New Brunswick mine and shut production in December at three Saskatchewan mines. Potash Corp's results and revised outlook point to a deeper-than-expected...

  • The company lowered its full-year profit forecast to $1.55- $1.65 per share from $1.75- $1.95. Potash Corp, the second-biggest potash producer by output after Russia's Uralkali OAO, said it expects to sell 9.0-9.2 million tonnes of potash in the current year. Potash Corp's average realized potash price fell 11 percent to $250 per tonne in the third quarter ended...

  • Oct 29- Potash Corp of Saskatchewan, the world's biggest fertilizer company by market capitalization, reported an 11 percent drop in quarterly profit, hurt mainly by weak nitrogen and potash prices and increased phosphate costs. Net income fell to $282 million, or 34 cents per share, in the third quarter ended Sept. 30, from $317 million, or 38 cents per share, a year...

  • Oct 22- Chinese and Indian buyers of the crop fertilizer potash are seeking a cut of $10 to $20 per tonne in their next contracts with global suppliers, the chief executive of ICL Israel Chemicals Ltd said on Thursday. Chinese buyers including Sinofert Holdings Ltd and Indian importers most recently agreed to pay $315 and $332 per tonne respectively, Borgas said.

  • Potash prices have fallen in the past year due in part to excessive mining capacity, dry weather in India that limited crop production and a new tax in China. Contracts with China and India set a floor for sales to Brazil and the United States, which are on a spot basis. Along with ICL, suppliers to China and India include North America's Canpotex Ltd, which represents...

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  • *Potash Corp had offered 41 euros per share in cash. An acquisition of K+ S would have given Potash Corp an opportunity to realize savings from selling potash within North America from its own Western Canada mines and from K+ S's Legacy mine, which is under construction in the region. Since Potash Corp made its offer to K+ S privately at the end of May, shares of K+ S peers...

  • *Potash Corp had offered 41 euros per share in cash. The acquisition would have given Potash Corp an opportunity to realize savings from selling potash within North America from its own Western Canada mines jointly with potash from K+ S's Legacy mine, which is under construction in the region. Since Potash Corp made its offer to K+ S privately at the end of May, shares...

  • Potash Corp withdraws offer for K+S Sunday, 4 Oct 2015 | 10:40 PM ET

    Oct 4- Potash Corp of Saskatchewan said it has withdrawn its offer for German potash producer K+ S, citing a decline in global commodity and equity markets and a lack of engagement by K+ S management. "In light of these market conditions and a lack of engagement by K+ S management, we have concluded that continued pursuit of a combination is no longer in the best...

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  • WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Sept 29- Canada's Liberal and New Democratic parties, vying to replace the governing Conservatives in a tight three-way election race, both say they would clarify rules around foreign corporate takeovers if they win. Canada requires foreign bids for Canadian firms worth C $600 million or more in enterprise value to undergo a review of...

  • WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Sept 29- Canada's Liberal and New Democratic parties, vying to replace the governing Conservatives in a tight three-way election race, both say they would clarify rules around foreign corporate takeovers if they win. Canada requires foreign bids for Canadian firms worth C $600 million or more in enterprise value to undergo a review of...