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Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc T.POT

Sector: Agriculture | Sub-Sector: Agricultural Inputs

Potash Corp of Saskatchewan Inc is an integrated fertilizer and related industrial and feed products company. It owns and operates five potash mines in Saskatchewan and one in New Brunswick.
Price: $39.14 | Change: $-1.08 | %Change: -2.69%
Volume: 2.3m | Day High/Low: 40.15/39.14 | 52 Week High/Low: 47.10/35.245
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accumulate,buy signal  rate and reply
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BNN - Watch TV Online | Energy Watch: Canadian Oil Sands as a takeover target  rate and reply
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short the Blue Jays right here...

Alex Anthopolous is not major league. Just like the Leafs, he overpays for talent. Knuckle balls ain't going to work. $22 million a year for Reyes - Dominicans players are softer than the more
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In the News: Potash Corp

Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc was mentioned in the following article: All 39 Vale Miners Surface After Underground Fire at Thompson By Greg Klein  rate and reply
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Oleg Petropavlovskiy, of BCS Financial warns of price war

From BNN: Oleg Petropavlovskiy, an analyst at BCS Financial Group in Moscow warns of a new potash price war similar to 2013. Should I worry, or buy more now that the (potential) bad news is out? more
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Globe says Potash Corp. enjoys soaring demand in Q4

Globe says Potash Corp. enjoys soaring demand in Q4 2015-01-30 09:10 ET - In the News   The Globe and Mail reports in its Friday edition Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan raised its dividend more
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Go with the ride

Breaking 52weeks high. Behaving the way seasonality believers expect plus all that money running away from the energy sector. $0.36/ dividend doesn't hurt either.  rate and reply
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NEWS!!!....GSP...5c SASK Potash stock

The Canadian Press - ONLINE EDITION Gensource Potash says its first Saskatchewan mine will be in the Craik area By: CJWW, The Canadian Press Posted: 12/24/2014 3:00 PM | Comments: 0  rate and reply
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NEWS!!!!....GSP......5c Sask. Potash stock

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The flood in Russia will help us. They're just keeping the loss of production quiet. HOWEVER, the real story is the drop in energy. That means fuel will be cheaper for farmers and that means they' more
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My thought exactly. Obviously news of the flood didn't justify the price jump to begin with. Love the dividends though.  rate and reply
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So only half of the flooded mine gets back into some small production and POT looses all the gains it made.  Really? Sigh...  rate and reply
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RE:might be time to be looking at potash juniors

the flooded mine in Russia  rate and reply
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might be time to be looking at potash juniors

with the strong fundamentals for potash I like EPO in Sask....its the next potash mine to be built or bought out by a major ...jmo...dydd  rate and reply
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Potash Corp to Spend $53 Million Due to US Clean Air Act Friday November 7, 2014, 9:25am PST Potash Corp. has agreed to spend $52 million on more
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Strong BUY signal.  rate and reply
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RE:grains to move HIGHER....

They sure did at my superstore..........In store baked french or italian 454 gr .....................97 cents a loaf  rate and reply
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grains to move HIGHER....

the baker didn't lower prices with the big dip in grain prices. f the baker :)  rate and reply
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Russian sanctions are not helping this sector...

Since the imposition of trade and financial sanctions on Russia, there is more pressure on them to maintain export revenues and generate foreign exchange. This means more price competition in more
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crop prices to fall

(Reuters) Sept.23 - Canadian fertilizer companies Potash Corp of Saskatchewan and Agrium Inc are bracing for a pullback in demand from U.S. farmers due to sliding crop prices, but say any slump more