Navios Maritime Acquisition Corp ( NNA ) and Navios South American Logistics. I found that NM Holdings provided some compelling ..... Upon further research, I am most compelled by the private South American subsidiary. NM has been on my watch list for a couple of
square feet of space in 44 U.S. states, Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico, and South America . It is in the process of exiting its investments in South America and reducing exposure to Mexico. It also had interests in another 800 or so properties
operations provide substantial strategic advantage to the company as it operates across North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, South America , Australia and Africa. The company's services range across core businesses Complete Story »
herbicides, fertilizer and seed. The company supplies agricultural services and retail products mainly in both North and South America , but has a presence worldwide. Agrium currently has approximately 14,500 employees under the company's CEO, Mike Wilson
forecast for competitors AGCO and CNH, owing to Deere's narrow economic moat rating and recent success with new products in South America (where Deere has enjoyed share gains). We also continue to believe that global farm equipment markets will present a long
and will also begin to exploit deeper, higher-grade ore at Damang. Gold Fields was a late mover into Australia and South America , and currently operates the St. Ives and Agnew mines in Western Australia, as well as the Cerro Corona copper-gold mine
reports came out indicated that the inventories were a little bit bigger than they thought. Production was a little better in South America , and the forecast for farm prices was probably downward which affects farm income. That means less spending on farm equipment
May 16 (Reuters) - Walt Disney's ESPN sports juggernaut said it signed an 11-year contract to exclusively show all rounds of the U.S. Open tennis tournament on its channels in North and South America , giving it coverage of the sport's four major tournaments.
* Corn from Brazil, Argentina seen going north until August
CARACAS, May 15 (Reuters) - Socialist leader Nicolas Maduro and the billionaire boss of Venezuela's biggest private company have buried the hatchet after a war of words over food shortages and other economic problems in the South American nation.