|Day Low/High||114.87 / 117.28|
|52 Wk Low/High||87.82 / 117.28|
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These agriculture stocks have upsides ranging from 15% to 103% and have consistently returned value to shareholders in the form of high dividends.
The ex-dividend date for Agrium (NYSE:AGU) is tomorrow, June 14, 2011. Owners of shares as of market close today will be eligible for a dividend of 6 cents per share. At a price of $85.28 as of 9:31 a.m., the dividend yield is 0.1%.
CF Industries is hot, having doubled in a year, but risks are ramping up.
These agriculture stocks should rise up to 28%, based on alanysts' targets.
Deere's bullish outlook isn't enough to assuage investor fears of another, deeper commodities selloff.
Corn and wheat futures were strengthening Monday morning on the back of broader gains in commodities and a weaker dollar.
Allergan's price target is boosted at Citigroup to $94 from $82, while BMC Software's price target and estimates are raised at Goldman Sachs.
The fertilizer business has rarely been this good, and that's exactly why some may be wary.
Bearish action in oil and copper point to growing fears of an economic slowdown in the second half of the year.
Natural gas futures ended flat after briefly extending gains from the previous day -- though on low volume.
Cocoa and natural gas futures were helping to lead commodities Thursday afternoon.
Coffee and cocoa futures were popping on supply concerns and political unrest, respectively. Cotton retreated after spiking.
Corn struck a one-year high on Monday over uncertainty over whether plantings would translate into successful yields.
Analysts estimate an average 6%-128% upside for these agricultural chemicals stocks, based on strong fundamentals.
Heating oil futures popped Thursday on a weaker dollar and stronger euro.
Fertilizer stocks jump Friday on bullish sentiment in the face of skeptical research reports issued in recent weeks by Wall Street analysts.
The longer oil is priced above $100 per barrel, the more likely it is that higher fuel prices will undermine the economic recovery.
CF Industries capped a volatile two days of trading by giving up 4% on Friday amid little in the way of market-moving news.
Intrepid Potash shares jump Thursday after the company joins the bullish fertilizer bandwagon
Cramer provides a realistic appraisal of what he thinks is working and not working in the markets.
Cramer says Potash needs to be bought because people need food.
Fertilizer stocks fall sharply Friday as crop futures slide.
Activision Blizzard numbers lowered at Morgan Stanley. NYSE Euronext cut from Conviction Buy List at Goldman.
Agrium (NYSE:AGU) hit a new 52-week high Wednesday as it changed hands at $97.13 compared with its previous 52-week high of $95.80. Agrium is currently trading at $96.75 with 480,639 shares changing hands as of 9:35 a.m..
Agrium surpasses fourth-quarter targets and signals that more good times are ahead in 2011.
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