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February 20, 2013
12:02 EDTAGUJANA Partners issues open letter to Agrium shareholders
"We have invested more than $1 billion in Agrium, making us the largest shareholder with approximately 6.5% of its outstanding shares, because we believe Agrium can generate substantial additional upside for all shareholders by addressing 5 core issues: Costs, Controls, Capital Allocation, Conglomerate Structure and Corporate Governance. Agrium however refuses to fully address these issues, and has subverted traditional notions of good governance by fighting off our highly qualified independent nominees and choosing their own directors merely because we have questioned its performance and strategy. We note that the market has had a swift and negative reaction to this refusal to engage, including a 7% share price decline last week after Agrium's new directors were announced and our rejection of its insufficient settlement offer... We believe the board should be saying yes to these opportunities to unlock Agrium's full value creation potential, rather than wasting substantial shareholder money fighting them off, and we remain confident that once our highly qualified and shareholder-focused director candidates are elected, the board will do so."
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October 1, 2014
17:49 EDTAGUFertilizer companies down after Agrium EPS guidance lower than estimates
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17:12 EDTAGUAgrium down nearly 5% following Q3, 2H14 guidance
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17:03 EDTAGUAgrium provides update on 2H14
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17:02 EDTAGUAgrium sees Q3 EPS 45c-55c, consensus 68c
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09:47 EDTAGUAgrium estimates lowered on higher costs, crop protection volumes at Cleveland
Cleveland Research lowered Agrium's FY14 and FY15 estimates due to higher wholesale costs and reduced retail crop protection volumes. The analyst has concerns consensus estimates are too high and that farmers will remain more cautious until corn prices return to at least $4/bu. Shares are Neutral rated.

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