JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA -- (Marketwire) -- 04/27/12 -- www.stockcall.com/ offers investors comprehensive research on the Agricultural Chemicals industry and has completed analytical research on Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. (NYSE: POT) and CF Industries Holdings Inc. (NYSE: CF). Register with us today at www.stockcall.com/ to have free access to these researches.
Fertilizer makers are capitalizing on an aggressive planting season. After inclement weather and flooding delayed planting season last year and ultimately led to lower yields and supplies, farmers are planting earlier and more often. Input costs are also down for many fertilizer producers leading to even wider margins. Register now at https://stockcall.com/development/stockcall/page.php?name=register.html to have free access to our reports on the Agricultural Chemicals industry.
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CF Industries Holdings, producer of nitrogen and phosphate based fertilizers, is among companies that look well positioned to widen margins on the backing of a strong planting season. Investors can register for free to access the research reports on CF Industries Holdings Inc. at www.stockcall.com/CF270412.pdf.
Potash producers like Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. may have a tougher time than some of their competitors. Potash demand is expected to fall this season and some producers have already cut production in anticipation. Investors can register for free to access the research reports on Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. at www.stockcall.com/POT270412.pdf.
All producers that use natural gas in their manufacturing processes should benefit from depressed prices. This is especially so when considering that the price of fertilizers is more often tied to crop prices than to input costs. Essentially, producers are able to keep their prices high while paying less to make their products. Visit www.stockcall.com/ to see how companies in this industry have grown over the past years and how they are expected to perform in the future.
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William T. Knight