Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc

TSX hits ‘wall of worry’, Feb. 8-12

It was a volatile week, as investors — worried about the state of the global economy — fled stocks and sought safe-haven assets like gold, driving the price up 5.5% to US$1,237.90 per oz. (Gold hit a one-year high of US$1,262.90 per…


TSX posts gains, Jan. 25-29

An interest rate cut by Japan’s central bank, the U.S. Federal Reserve’s decision to leave rates alone and rising oil prices — West Texas Intermediate crude finished at US$33.70 per barrel — lifted global markets. There…


Potash Corp.'s Rocanville potash facility in Rocanville, Sask. Source: Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan

PotashCorp suspends its newest mine in NB

Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan (TSX: POT; NYSE: POT) is indefinitely suspending its new Picadilly potash mine in New Brunswick to lower its company-wide costs — dismissing roughly 430 workers. 


TSX finishes lower, Dec. 23-31

Sliding commodity prices and worries about slowing global growth sent the resource-heavy Toronto stock market down 11% to end 2015 at 13,000.95 — its worst performance since the financial crisis of 2008. Spot gold finished 2015 at…


TSX dips below 13,000 mark, Dec. 4-10

Tumbling oil prices sent the energy-heavy S&P/TSX Composite Index below 13,000 for the first time since 2013, before finishing at 13,016.59, down 2.3%. Brent crude closed at US$39.73 per barrel on Dec. 10 — less than half of the…


Potash Corp.'s Rocanville potash facility in Rocanville, Sask. Source: Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan

PotashCorp cuts supply to match demand

Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan (TSX: POT; NYSE: POT) is lowering its potash production levels in response to weaker demand and fertilizer prices for the second half of 2015.



S&P/TSX index slips, June 29-July 3

Uncertainty over Greece and the euro ahead of the country’s July 5 referendum on austerity measures weighed on markets during the trading week, which was shortened due to the Canada Day holiday on July 1. The S&P/TSX…




TSX inches up, June 22-26

Canada’s benchmark index added 1% to finish at 14,808.09, despite concerns rising over the Greek debt crisis. The S&P/TSX Capped Diversified Metals & Mining Index, however, slipped 0.8% to 695.56. The S&P/TSX Global Gold Index…



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