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Potash Inventories Drop Below Five-Year Average

Shrinking potash inventories are providing a clear signal that the market can bear another price increase. Potash inventories held by North American producers dropped by 183,000 tonnes in March, leaving inventories at 1.8 million tonnes, 26 percent below the five-year average.

Has Potash Peaked?

Last week, the potash market anxiously awaited Q4 earnings release from Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan. It was not the 2010 earnings recap that had market stakeholders holding their breath; it was Potash Corporations statements on their 2011 potash market expectations.

When will BHP up its bid for Potash Corp?

On Tuesday, Canada’s Potash Corporation received an unsolicited $38.6 billion takeover offer by BHP Billiton. The offer, the biggest of the year in any industry, was dismissed by Potash Corp as “grossly inadequate” with at least one major shareholder immediately rejecting the offer.

Potash Pricing

The potash market is primarily controlled by Canpotex and Belarusian Potash Company (BPC). Canpotex is the marketing arm for North American potash producers, responsible for negotiating the long term contracts with potash consumers such as China and India.

Optimism Reigns over Potash

Potash has attracted a lot of attention from analysts since the nutrient rose from relative obscurity, worth around $150 per tonne, to a hot commodity that rapidly rose to hit $1000 per tonne. As the price of the crop nutrient skyrocketed, some bold investors profited handsomely.

Potash Upgrade Jolts Market

In evidence that the market is staring to turn around, Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan, the world’s top potash producer, aggressively hiked its earnings forecast for the current quarter. Potash’s move sent a ripple affect through all North American Producers.

Potash stockpiles at record high

Potash Investing News reports high potash stockpiles due to sluggish economy and global financial squeeze.
Potash prices currently range from $750 to $850 per (US) tonne, according to USDA, with an average of $808. That’s more than $100 above fair value, according to Farm Futures pricing model. The latest North American

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