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Key Insights Using the 2 Stage Free Cash Flow to Equity, Nutrien fair value estimate is CA$87.53 Current share price of...
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Negative earnings estimate revisions from analysts and weak quarterly results paint a challenging picture for the company's shares in the near term.
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Nutrien (NTR) results in the first quarter are affected by lower realized selling prices across its segments and reduced sales volumes in Retail, Potash and Phosphate units.
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CALGARY — The CEO of Canadian fertilizer giant Nutrien Ltd. said Thursday the company may consider slowing down its previously announced plan to ramp up potash production, as falling prices and lower sales volumes take a bite out of profits. "Yes, we would consider slowing down. We're really, as we talked about earlier this year, watching the market," CEO Ken Seitz told analysts on a conference call to discuss the company's disappointing first-quarter financial results. "If we see that the marke
The Canadian fertilizer giant slashed its outlook for 2023 -- but don't sell the stock just yet.
Canada’s Nutrien Ltd may consider further slowing its expansion of potash capacity, its CEO said on Thursday, after falling prices and sales volumes led the world’s biggest fertilizer producer to cut its annual profit guidance. Potash prices have been volatile since Russia invaded Ukraine in February, 2022, as sanctions against big global producers Russia and Belarus initially drove up prices, causing farmers to buy less and bring prices back down. Nutrien is increasing Canadian potash production by 20% to an annual 18 million tonnes by 2026, a delay of one year from its original plan.
WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) -Canada’s Nutrien Ltd may consider further slowing its expansion of potash capacity, its CEO said on Thursday, after falling prices and sales volumes led the world’s biggest fertilizer producer to cut its annual profit guidance. Potash prices have been volatile since Russia invaded Ukraine in February, 2022, as sanctions against big global producers Russia and Belarus initially drove up prices, causing farmers to buy less and bring prices back down. Nutrien is increasing Canadian potash production by 20% to an annual 18 million tonnes by 2026, a delay of one year from its original plan.
While the top- and bottom-line numbers for Nutrien (NTR) give a sense of how the business performed in the quarter ended March 2023, it could be worth looking at how some of its key metrics compare to Wall Street estimates and year-ago values.
SASKATOON, Saskatchewan, May 10, 2023--Nutrien Ltd. (TSX and NYSE: NTR) announced today the results of its annual meeting of shareholders held on May 10, 2023 (the "Meeting"). A total of 386,934,221 common shares, representing 77.42% of common shares outstanding, were represented at the Meeting.
Nutrien Ltd on Wednesday cut its forecast for 2023 earnings as elevated fertilizer prices owed to Western sanctions on Russia and Belarus weigh on demand. U.S.-listed shares of the company fell 3.9% in extended trading as it also reported a lower-than-expected quarterly profit. Though fertilizer prices have dipped from record highs scaled last year, farmers are holding back on purchases on expectations of a further decline.
SASKATOON — Nutrien Ltd. says net earnings for the third quarter were US$576 million, down 58 per cent from US$1.4 billion a year earlier. The Saskatoon-based company, which reports in U.S. dollars, says sales for the quarter ended March 31 were US$6.1 billion, down 20 per cent from US$7.7 billion a year earlier. Diluted net earnings per share were US$1.14, down 54 per cent from US$2.49 a year earlier. The company says the lower earnings were due to lower realized prices across all segments, as
SASKATOON, Saskatchewan, May 10, 2023--Nutrien Ltd. (TSX and NYSE: NTR) announced today that its Board of Directors has declared a quarterly dividend of US$0.53 per share payable on July 14, 2023, to shareholders of record on June 30, 2023.