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K+S CEO warns of closures if Potash Corp buys company

The chief executive of K+S AG suspects Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. will shut down much of his company’s European production if it gains control of it. 702 more words

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K+S AG rejects takeover bid by Potash Corp. as too low

German potash supplier K+S AG rejected an takeover offer from Canadian fertilizer producer Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc., saying the bid is too low.

“The proposed transaction does not reflect the fundamental value of K+S and is not in the best interest of the company,” the Kassel-based company said in a statement. 319 more words

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FP Watchlist: Chinese stocks plunge, Potash Corp looks for another big deal, and Lululemon faces another recall

Chinese stocks fell sharply on Friday as investors fear the eight-month bull market may be running out of steam, Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. is looking to buy German fertilizer giant K+S AG, and… 8 more words

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Potash Corp moves on Europe with $8 billion offer for German potash giant K+S AG

Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. is chasing another big international acquisition, just two years after its last effort failed.

The Saskatoon-based company submitted a written proposal to buy German fertilizer giant K+S AG. 575 more words

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Potash Corp., CP Rail two of the world's biggest cash cows for investors

Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. and Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. are two of the world’s biggest cash cows, says a new report from Citigroup Global Markets. 243 more words

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Why I will be buying more Potash Corp.

Disclaimer

I originally purchased shares of Potash Corp. in the summer of 2013 shortly after Uralkali decided to exit the Belarus Potash Company joint venture. That exit sent potash prices and Potash Corp. 134 more words

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Old deals in risky countries continue to haunt junior resource sector

Given recent headlines, it is hard to imagine that Khan Resources Inc. was ever in an enviable position. But in early 2010, it really was. 1,531 more words

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