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Agrium Inc (AGU.TO)

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17 Nov 2017
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Wed, Nov 8 2017

Merged fertilizer firm Nutrien eyes U.S. farm suppliers as cash pile builds

WINNIPEG, Manitoba Nutrien, the company to be formed from the merger of Agrium Inc and Potash Corp of Saskatchewan , plans to expand its U.S. farm supply network and return cash to shareholders, Agrium Chief Executive Chuck Magro said on Wednesday, as it leverages unusually flush coffers during an agriculture slump.

UPDATE 2-Merged fertilizer firm Nutrien eyes U.S. farm suppliers as cash pile builds

WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Nov 8 Nutrien, the company to be formed from the merger of Agrium Inc and Potash Corp of Saskatchewan, plans to expand its U.S. farm supply network and return cash to shareholders, Agrium Chief Executive Chuck Magro said on Wednesday, as it leverages unusually flush coffers during an agriculture slump.

Farm supply growth, returning cash are priorities for Nutrien: Agrium CEO

WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Nov 8 Nutrien, the company to be formed by year-end from the merger of Agrium Inc and Potash Corp of Saskatchewan, plans to expand its farm supply network, and return some cash to shareholders, Agrium Chief Executive Chuck Magro said on Wednesday. Magro will become Nutrien's CEO.

Canada's Agrium posts bigger-than-expected third-quarter loss

Canadian fertilizer maker Agrium Inc , the world's biggest farm retailer, reported a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss as demand for its products was reduced by severe dry weather in Australia and Canada.

UPDATE 1-Canada's Agrium posts bigger-than-expected 3rd-qtr loss

Nov 7 Canadian fertilizer maker Agrium Inc , the world's biggest farm retailer, reported a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss as demand for its products was reduced by severe dry weather in Australia and Canada.

CORRECTED-Canada's Agrium posts wider loss in Q3

Nov 7 Canadian fertilizer maker Agrium Inc , the world's biggest farm retailer, reported widening quarterly losses on Tuesday on lower overall sales volumes and higher cost of product.

BRIEF-Agrium Q3 adj. loss per share $0.23

* Sees FY 2017 earnings per share $4.65 to $4.80 from continuing operations

BRIEF-Agrium and PotashCorp receive regulatory approval in China

* Agrium and PotashCorp announce receipt of regulatory approval in China

Agrium sells U.S. plants to ease Potash Corp merger concerns

WINNIPEG, Manitoba Canadian fertilizer producer and farm supplier Agrium Inc said on Tuesday it will sell its Idaho phosphate production facility for $100 million to fertilizer company Itafos, to address concerns of U.S. regulators about its merger with Potash Corp of Saskatchewan.

Agrium sells U.S. plants to ease Potash Corp merger concerns

WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Nov 7 Canadian fertilizer producer and farm supplier Agrium Inc said on Tuesday it will sell its Idaho phosphate production facility for $100 million to fertilizer company Itafos, to address concerns of U.S. regulators about its merger with Potash Corp of Saskatchewan.

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