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January 11, 2013
12:09 EDTMOS, ADM, DE, MON, BG, CNH, ANDE, CF, IPI, SYT, DD, AGU, CMP, POT, CPOUSDA sees corn prices continuing to be strong, volatile but maintains price view
In its latest monthly World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report, the USDA said its season-average farm price forecast for corn is unchanged at $6.80-$8.00 per bushel, adding that it expects strong and volatile prices well into summer, particularly in the domestic cash markets. The USDA also lowered it projected range for the 2012/13 season-average soybean price by 30 cents at the midpoint and narrowed its view to $13.50-$15.00 per bushel for soybeans. Reference Link
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April 28, 2015
08:43 EDTIPIIntrepid Potash expects to maintain averaged net realized sales price advantage
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08:42 EDTIPIIntrepid Potash reports Q1 Potash sales volume 231K tons
First quarter potash sales volume and pricing reflect solid demand in the agricultural market as customers made purchases to be well positioned for the spring season. Intrepid's industrial market, which comprised 14% of potash sales, experienced weaker demand yet maintained stable pricing during the first quarter as oil and gas rig counts declined. Positive year-over-year pricing and cost trends led to increased gross margin and cash flow1 on a per ton basis.
08:42 EDTIPIIntrepid Potash reports Q1 adjusted EPS 9c, consensus 5c
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07:30 EDTDD, DDDuPont upgraded to Outperform from Underperform at CLSA
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April 27, 2015
16:18 EDTCMPCompass Minerals reports Q1 EPS $1.79, consensus $1.87
Reports Q1 revenue $393M, consensus $412.25M.
15:04 EDTCMPNotable companies reporting after market close
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13:16 EDTDDDuPont responds to ISS report relating to election of board directors
DuPont issued the following statement in response to an April 27, 2015 report issued by Institutional Shareholder Services relating to the election of directors to DuPont's board: "We strongly believe ISS reached the wrong conclusion in failing to recommend that shareholders vote on the WHITE proxy card FOR all 12 of DuPont's highly-qualified and experienced director nominees by ignoring the success of our transformative strategy and the value-destructive nature of Trian's break up agenda, as well as dismissing the fact that the addition of Trian's nominees would remove critical experience from DuPont's Board. This demonstrates a fundamental lack of understanding of our business and the needs of a global science company... Importantly, DuPont's Board has the right mix of experience and skills required to lead a global science and technology company of DuPont's scale. Each director is extremely qualified and brings unique experiences that are highly beneficial to DuPont. Unseating directors who bring important skills such as corporate governance experience, science and technology acumen, regulatory and government relations knowledge, emerging market growth experience, global manufacturing and supply chain knowledge and environmental management experience, would deprive DuPont's Board of critical skills that are central to DuPont's purpose and value proposition. Furthermore, Trian has a well-known practice of establishing a 'shadow management' team, which would be committed to advancing this agenda, derailing DuPont's progress on our strategic transformation plan."
11:02 EDTADMArcher Daniels invests in North Dakota plant to increase processing flexibility
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10:32 EDTDDISS backs Peltz, Myers for election to DuPont board, CNBC reports
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April 24, 2015
13:28 EDTDDTrian files presentation on DuPont with the SEC
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08:23 EDTDDDuPont management to meet with Deutsche Bank
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April 23, 2015
11:31 EDTAGUAgrium to divest West Sacramento site
Agrium announced that it intends to divest the West Sacramento product upgrade facility and site in 2015. The site has access to tidewater and imports the raw materials to produce UAN solutions for the California market. Over the past two years, the site has produced on average about 200,000 tonnes of nitrogen solution products. The decision to divest the site was made as part of Agrium's portfolio review and any impact on financials are expected to be negligible.
10:00 EDTPOTOn The Fly: Analyst Upgrade Summary
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08:19 EDTDDDuPont sends letter to shareholders in response to Trian Fund's recent actions
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07:58 EDTPOTPotash upgraded to Buy from Hold at HSBC
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April 22, 2015
12:58 EDTDDDuPont acquires Taxon Biosciences, terms not disclosed
DuPont announced it has agreed to acquire Taxon Biosciences, a microbiome discovery company. This acquisition will build on DuPont's in-house capabilities and unparalleled market access in both seed and crop protection to discover and commercialize biological solutions for agriculture customers globally. The financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Closing of the acquisition is expected in the second quarter.
12:49 EDTDD, MONEU proposes new law that allows states to ban biotech crops, WSJ reports
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10:02 EDTAGUOn The Fly: Analyst Downgrade Summary
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07:04 EDTDDPeltz tried to recruit Gallogly for DuPont board nomination, NY Post says
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06:17 EDTSYT, MON, DD, AGUAgrium downgraded to Sell from Neutral at Citigroup
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