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Wall is upset because Potash Corp CEO Bill Doyle said the fertilizer company's dividend is ``sacrosanct'' and won't be touched.
U.S. and Canadian stocks were lower as investors assessed disappointing earnings from Bank of Montreal, results that helped to push the TSX down by almost 100 points.
18% of PotashCorp's workforce is about to lose their jobs.
The Saskatoon-based company says the decision is necessary because of soft demand for potash and phosphates, two major types of fertilizer used to promote crop growth.
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I'm up huge on my short from 42 very happy to see the drop this pig goes much lower! Pumped and the dumpers are gone. I'm short and feels...
Asking the shareholders to give up dividends in order to protect the interests of employees is akin to asking Wall to give his paycheques...
Reply to Wall from Potash. http://www.theglobeandmail.com//report-on-business/top-business-stories/potash-corp-to-saskatchewan-premier...
I guess this is why when Potash Corp. was a crown corporation the Government of Saskatchewan should have been a little more business...
Exactly...that's why people like Wall shouldn't run companies!!