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Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc (POT)

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Tue, Aug 1 2017

BRIEF-Mosaic Q2 sales $1.8 billion versus $1.7 billion

* Q2 earnings per share view $0.23 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S

BRIEF-Potash Corp of Saskatchewan not planning potash output cuts-CEO

July 27 Potash Corporation Of Saskatchewan Inc CEO Jochen Tilk, speaking on a conference call, said:

UPDATE 2-Fertilizer maker Potash Corp beats revenue expectations

July 27 Canada's Potash Corp of Saskatchewan reported bigger-than-expected revenue on Thursday as it sold more potash at higher prices compared with a year earlier, marking a slow recovery in the oversupplied market.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Potash Corp's Q2 revenue beats as potash sales rise

July 27 Canada's Potash Corp of Saskatchewan reported better-than-expected revenue on Thursday as it sold more potash at higher prices compared with last year.

BRIEF-PotashCorp Q2 earnings per share $0.24

* PotashCorp reports second-quarter earnings of $0.24 per share

Potash Corp's Q2 profit jumps 66 pct as potash sales rise

July 27 Canada's Potash Corp of Saskatchewan reported a 66 percent surge in quarterly profit on Thursday as it sold higher volumes of potash at better prices compared with last year.

ICL says level of damage caused by desert spill still unknown

JERUSALEM Potash and fertilizer producer Israel Chemicals (ICL) said on Sunday it cannot estimate the level of damage caused to the company or the environment by a spill at its fertilizer plant in Israel's Negev desert.

UPDATE 1-ICL says level of damage caused by desert spill still unknown

JERUSALEM, July 2 Potash and fertiliser producer Israel Chemicals (ICL) said on Sunday it cannot estimate the level of damage caused to the company or the environment by a spill at its fertiliser plant in Israel's Negev desert.

ICL says level of damage caused by desert spill still unknown

JERUSALEM, July 2 Potash and fertiliser producer Israel Chemicals (ICL) said on Sunday it cannot estimate the level of damage caused to the company or the environment by a spill at its fertiliser plant in Israel's Negev desert.

Agrium-Potash merged company to be called Nutrien

WINNIPEG, Manitoba Canadian fertilizer producers Agrium Inc and Potash Corp of Saskatchewan Inc , which are seeking regulator approval to merge, said on Wednesday that the combined company would be called Nutrien.

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