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March 1, 2013
08:05 EDTAGU, MON, DOW, CF, SYT, DDCitigroup's agriculture analyst research team holds a conference call
Agriculture Research Team holds a discussion on seeds, ahead of the North American planting season, on an Analyst/Industry conference call to be held on March 1 at 10 am.
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April 3, 2014
09:34 EDTAGUAgrium downgraded to Neutral from Overweight at HSBC
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09:30 EDTDDApple, Pfizer others create 'go slow' patent lobby group, Reuters says
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09:14 EDTMONOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
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07:21 EDTMONMonsanto upgraded to Overweight from Neutral at JPMorgan
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07:04 EDTDOWDow Chemical price target raised to $57 from $52 at UBS
UBS believes Dow Chemical's earnings are bottoming and that oil-based chemicals are near trough. The firm shifted its price target to 2015 estimates and raised it to $57 from $52 and maintains its Buy rating.
06:37 EDTMONMonsanto upgraded to Overweight from Neutral at JPMorgan
06:22 EDTCFCF Industries downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Citigroup
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April 2, 2014
12:33 EDTAGU, MONOn The Fly: Midday Wrap
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10:53 EDTAGUAgrium slips after warning on late planting season impact on earnings
Shares of agricultural nutrients producer Agrium (AGU) are slipping after the company warned that it expects first quarter earnings per share just above breakeven. WHAT'S NEW. Agrium announced that the late spring season this year is expected to result in first quarter earnings per share just above breakeven, while analysts' consensus estimate prior to the announcement stood at 53c per share. The company said the slow start to the spring season is expected to impact the timing of its wholesale, and to a lesser extent its retail, earnings. First quarter wholesale results were also impacted by reduced rail availability and the usual lag in realized wholesale nutrient prices, Agrium added. Additionally, the Carseland nitrogen facility experienced a failure in March, which has resulted in an unplanned shutdown to make repairs that are expected to be complete in the second half of May. The shutdown is anticipated to lower product availability of urea by approximately 100,000 tonnes and ammonia by approximately 20,000 tonnes in the second quarter, Agrium noted. WHAT'S NOTABLE: On February 20, Agrium said that it expected FY14 North American spring crop area to be near FY13. It said that it projected crop nutrient shipments to be strong in the first half of FY14, in part due to a shorter fall application season in FY13 due to weather. Agrium projected North American nitrogen demand to decline about 2%-4% in FY13/FY14 due primarily to reduced corn acreage, while global nitrogen demand is projected to increase by 1.5%-2% in FY14 from FY13 levels. OTHERS TO WATCH: Agrium's peers in the fertilizer industry include Mosaic (MOS) and Potash (POT). PRICE ACTION: During morning trading, shares of Agrium fell 1.76% to $95.80, Potash dropped 1.6%, and Mosaic slipped 0.7%.
10:23 EDTMONMonsanto says sees 'more aggressive' returns to shareholders
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10:05 EDTMONMonsanto sees Q3 'somewhat' lower than last year
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09:18 EDTAGUOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
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09:00 EDTAGUAgrium falls 2.7%
Agrium is down 2.7%, or $2.68, to $94.84
08:51 EDTMONMonsanto says 'confident' in FY growth despite headwinds
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08:08 EDTMONMonsanto reports Q2 Corn seed and traits revenue $3.41B
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08:06 EDTMONMonsanto backs FY14 free cash flow view $600M-$800M
The company reaffirmed free cash flow in the range of $600M-$800M for FY14. The free cash flow guidance is inclusive of the cash used for the company’s FY14 acquisition of The Climate Corporation and recent BioAg Alliance with Novozymes. The company expects net cash provided by operating activities to be $2.9B-$3.3B, and net cash required by investing activities to be approximately $2.3B-$2.5B for FY14, including capital expenditures and acquisition-related costs. For the first half of FY14, cash flow from operations was a source of approximately $1.8B, slightly lower than the same period last year. Net cash required by investing activities for the first half of FY14 was approximately $1.6B. Monsanto spent an additional $203M on share buybacks in the second quarter.
08:03 EDTMONMonsanto backs FY14 ongoing EPS view $5.00-$5.20, consensus $5.26
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08:01 EDTMONMonsanto reports Q2 ongoing EPS $3.15, consensus $3.07
Reports Q2 revenue $5.83B, consensus $5.8B.
07:21 EDTAGUAgrium sees Q1 EPS just above breakeven
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07:19 EDTMONMonsanto analysts expecting best ever quarter, WSJ says
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