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Potash Prices Have Come Down Near Our Long-Term Forecast, Eliminating a Potential Encumbrance to Equity Values

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Wed, 12 Jun 2013

With China and India back to buying potash after an extended hiatus in 2012 (global shipments were down 9% in 2012 from 2011), we expect demand growth of close to 10% in 2013. Potash prices should firm up from prevailing Saskatchewan spot levels around $420 per metric ton as the year progresses, al

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