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"Read 'Agrium to woo uneasy investors over Potash merger deal' on Yahoo Finance Canada . By Rod Nickel WINNIPEG (Reuters) - Canada's Agrium Inc will woo reluctant shareholders next week in Toronto to support its proposed merger with Potash Corp of Saskatchewan Inc, and seek to appease concerns that it has little to gain by marrying its fertilizer rival. The $26-billion, all-stock merger would combine Potash's crop nutrient production capacity, the world's largest, with Agrium's farm retail network, North America's biggest. It represents a major shift for Agrium Chief Executive Chuck Magro, who at its annual meeting in May sounded neutral at best on potash, said John Goldsmith, vice-president of Montrusco Bolton Investments, a top 20 Agrium investor.", ca.finance.yahoo.com
"Canada's Agrium Inc (AGU.TO) will woo reluctant shareholders next week in Toronto to support its proposed merger with Potash Corp of Saskatchewan Inc (POT.TO), and seek to appease concerns that it has little to gain by marrying its fertilizer rival.", www.reuters.com
"Vetr upgraded shares of Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan (NYSE:POT) from a hold rating to a buy rating in a research report released on Wednesday morning. They currently have $17.22 target price on the fertilizer maker’s stock. A number of other equities research analysts have also recently commented on the stock. Citigroup Inc. reissued a neutral […]", baseballnewssource.com
"WINNIPEG/CHICAGO, Aug 31 (Reuters) - North American farmers will pressure regulators to protect their negotiating leverage with fertilizer suppliers if Potash Corp of Saskatchewan and Agrium Inc agree to merge, major farm groups said on Wednesday. The potential deal revealed on Tuesday would combine", finance.yahoo.com
"Canada's Potash Corp of Saskatchewan (POT.TO) and Agrium Inc (AGU.TO) are more likely to win approval for a potential merger in Canada than the United States, but U.S. rejection of the deal would scuttle it globally, competition lawyers said.", www.reuters.com
"With PotashCorp and Agrium disclosing their intention to negotiate a possible merger, the political reckoning has begun well in advance of any deal. Premier Brad Wall reminded media this week about the “Pledge to Saskatchewan” made by PotashCorp after the stymied 2010 hostile takeover bid by ...", thestarphoenix.com
"During a weak time in the fertilizer sector, analysts see strong potential in a proposed merger between PotashCorp and Agrium. While a new entity boasting the world's largest potash production and agricultural retailing would be impressive, for most Saskatchewanians there is one issue: keeping he...", thestarphoenix.com
"Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan (NYSE:POT) was the recipient of a significant growth in short interest during the month of August. As of August 15th, there was short interest totalling 47,007,702 shares, a growth of 10.8% from the July 29th total of 42,416,824 shares. Based on an average daily volume of 8,687,792 shares, the days-to-cover ratio […]", www.com-unik.info
"Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc., the world’s second-largest producer of its namesake fertilizer, and Agrium Inc. are planning to merge, people familiar with the matter said, as the companies battle falling prices and a decline in spending from farmers.", www.bloomberg.com
"Canadian fertilizer companies Agrium Inc and Potash Corp of Saskatchewan Inc are in talks to merge, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday, in what would be tie-up of the world's biggest crop nutrient company by capacity and North America's largest farm retailer.", www.reuters.com
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