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February 11, 2013
19:13 EDTDE, AGUAgrium appoints David Everitt, Mayo Schmidt to board of directors
Agrium announced that it has appointed David Everitt and Mayo Schmidt to its board of directors. David Everitt recently retired as president, agricultural division for North America, Australia, Asian and Global Tractor Sourcing, Turf Products and Technology for Deere & Company (DE). Mayo Schmidt was president and CEO, and a director of Viterra, an agri-business with a network of 263 agricultural retail locations.
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February 9, 2016
12:04 EDTAGUUSDA raises corn supply forecast by 35M bushels
In its monthly World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report, the USDA raised its corn ending stocks estimate for 2015/16 by 35M bushels. The projected range for the corn season-average farm price is narrowed 5 cents on both ends to $3.35 to $3.85 per bushel. Publicly traded companies in the Agriculture and Fertilizer spaces include Agrium (AGU), Andersons (ANDE), Archer Daniels (ADM), Bunge (BG), CF Industries (CF), Compass Minerals (CMP), DuPont (DD), Intrepid Potash (IPI), Monsanto (MON), Mosaic (MOS), Potash (POT) and Syngenta (SYT).
11:41 EDTAGUAgrium says Q1 is seasonally slow quarter
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11:36 EDTAGUAgrium says Q4 wholesale EBITDA more than double Q414
Comments from Q4 earnings call.
07:34 EDTAGUAgrium sees FY16 EPS $5.50-$7.00, consensus $7.01
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07:33 EDTAGUAgrium reports Q4 continuing operations EPS $1.45, consensus $1.38
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February 3, 2016
18:33 EDTDEDeere urges ratification of Trans-Pacific Partnership
Deere & Company urged the U.S. Congress to ratify the Trans-Pacific Partnership, saying the trade agreement signed by 12 countries today is a much-needed step to boost the global economy. Samuel Allen, Deere & Company chairman and CEO said the global marketplace is important to Deere's employees as nearly 40% of the company's revenues already come from sales outside the U.S. and Canada. Exports at Deere's larger agricultural and construction equipment factories in Iowa and Illinois account for between one-third and one-fourth of all units manufactured at those facilities. Deere serves customers in the TPP participating countries and has facilities in seven of them. The agreement is expected to boost trade flows among all participants and strengthen global food security by improving efficiency in meeting food and feed needs as well as improving infrastructure across the Asia-Pacific region.

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