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Could the potash market swing back into business now that Russian tycoon Suleiman Kerimov has announced he is selling his 21.75-percent stake in Uralkali for $3.7 billion?
As the potash world reels from last week's shake up, broader scale conversations about how potash producers are going to weather the storm have come to surface. But what about the junior potash market? How will the developments in the current potash market affect future producers?
BNN reported that PotashCorp's (TSX:POT, NYSE:POT) decline in Tuesday trading pulled the TSX down, as investors raised new concern over supply and demand globally for potash.
Potash Investing News is trekking around the Four Corners of the United States. In this latest installment, Sid Himmel, CEO and President of IC Potash, gives us a some insight on the company's New Mexico operations.
Agrimoney reported that Uralkali has cut its potash production, unlike its North American counterparts Mosaic and PotashCorp, which suggests they may need to fire up output to meet demand if they sign a new Chinese supply deal.
The Mosaic Company (NYSE:MOS) announced updates on the disposition of the 129 million Class A restricted shares held by the MAC Trusts and various family shareholders of Cargill, Incorporated (Cargill), from who Mosaic split in May 2011.
Canpotex Limited announced that construction of their state-of-the art Railcar Maintenance Facility in Saskatchewan is done and that operation has begun.
The Globe and Mail reported that Mosaic is deferring its plans for Canadian expansion, instead opting to buy back shares with an accumulated $2 billion cash pile.
Bloomberg reported that Mosaic is likely to become a popular takeover target later this month, when it is anticipated that barriers that existed when Mosaic split from Cargill will be lifted.