Project costs, labor disputes and concerns regarding "national interest" are front and center in the potash market as companies reassess opportunities.
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Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan's bid for Israel Chemicals could have big implications for the potash markets even beyond the borders of Canada and Israel.
A potash-market slowdown has been offset by strong strategic moves taken by industry heavyweights.
Haaretz reported that Potash Corp. (NYSE:POT) is still looking at ways to increase its stake in Israel Chemicals (TLV:ICL).
Bloomberg reported that Potash Corp. (NYSE:POT) withdrew its proposal for an increased stake in Israel Chemicals (TLV:ICL).
Recent farm sector strength has pushed potash sales higher even though there has been a slide in the price of potash. And despite the increasing revenue stream, many fertilizer and potash company stocks have reached 52-week lows.
Bloomberg reported that Israel Chemicals (TLV:ICL) reported a 3% quarterly profit increase due to higher prices for its products.
MarketWatch reported that analysts are generative positive towards Israel Chemicals (TLV:ICL) despite having some questions about the company's performance.
Reuters reported that Israel Chemicals (TLV:ICL) will supply China with over half a million tons of potash in Q2.
Reuters reported that Israel Chemicals (TLV:ICL) will face a margin squeeze this year due to weaker markets for potash.