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Top GainersExchangeSymbolChartCurPricechg | %OrocobreASXOREAUD3.840.205.49SinofertHKEX00297HKD0.970.044.30Intrepid PotashNYSEIPIUSD3.620.102.84Compass MineralsNYSECMPUSD69.701.802.65K+SFWBSDFEUR18.900.432.30Top DeclinersExchangeSymbolChartCurPricechg | %NutrienTSXNTRCAD74.64-1.04-1.37Most ActiveExchangeSymbolChartCurPriceVolumeSinofertH...

Sirius Minerals buys its way into Brazil

Sirius Minerals, which is trying to build a deep fertiliser mine in North Yorkshire, has had to take a stake in a Brazilian distributor to gain access to the world's most important and fastest growing fertiliser market.The UK listed miner announced a share swap Monday, handing over 27m of stock for a 30 per cent stake in Cibra, Brazil's...

German K+S halts production at 2nd site as severe drought drags on

Germany-based fertilizer producer K+S AG (FRA:SDF1) has temporarily halted production at a facility part of its Werra mine network, the second one the company has had to shut down in the last two weeks due to a severe drought affecting the country, especially in the northern and eastern parts.K+S shut down its Wintershall site two weeks a...

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Second Independent Proxy Advisor Rejects BullRun's Attempt to Gain Control of GrowMax's Cash Reserves, Urges Shareholders to Vote FOR all of Management's Nominees

Glass Lewis recommends that shareholders ignore dissident slate; warns they may be “attempting to gain control of the Company’s cash balance for self-serving purposes” Shareholders are reminded to vote only their BLUE Proxy “FOR” the Fertimar/PrimaSea acquisition and “FOR” managementȁ...

Independent Advisory Firm Recommends that GrowMax Shareholders Vote Against the Primasea Transaction and Shareholders are Reminded to Vote their Yellow Proxy Today

VANCOUVER, Sept. 20, 2018 /CNW/ - Concerned shareholders, Kulwant Malhi and BullRun Capital Inc. (the "Concerned Shareholders") of GrowMax Resources Corp. (the "Corporation" or "GrowMax") (TSX-V: GRO) today reminded shareholders that the 8:00 a.m. (Calgary time) September 21, 2018 voting deadline is fast ap...

The Concerned Shareholders Reinforce Business Plan and Address GrowMax's Delayed Reporting and Flawed ISS Report

VANCOUVER, Sept. 14, 2018 /CNW/ - Concerned shareholders, Kulwant Malhi and BullRun Capital Inc. (the "Concerned Shareholders") of GrowMax Resources Corp. (the "Corporation" or "GrowMax") (GRO:TSX-V) today reiterate its business plan to stop the depletion of cash and start generating value. The Concerned Sh...

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Potash mining news

Danakali's advanced Colluli Potash Project in Eritrea is a cut above ...

Danakali's advanced Colluli Potash Project in Eritrea is a cut above the rest

Danakali's advanced Colluli Potash Project in Eritrea is a cut above ...

Danakali's advanced Colluli Potash Project in Eritrea is a cut above the rest

The little potash mine that could clears a key environmental hurdle

A proposed potash mine in south-central Saskatchewan has just cleared a major hurdle on its path to late-2020 production. The province's


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