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|Day's range||60.12 - 60.12|
|52-week range||60.12 - 60.12|
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|PE ratio (TTM)||55.11|
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BHP Group is under pressure from Canada to greenlight a giant potash project when it makes a final investment decision by mid-year but some investors said the world's biggest miner may obtain better returns by ploughing the funds elsewhere. The fertiliser ingredient will be in oversupply over much of the next decade, crimping returns from the project, and BHP may be better off investing more in commodities like copper and nickel which are seeing booming demand from the adoption of electric vehicles and solar power, they said. The Anglo-Australian company would ease investor concerns if it firms up a plan to sell a stake in the project, one investor said.
(Reuters) -German minerals group K+S raised its 2021 core profit forecast on Tuesday following a rise in potash prices and strong demand for de-icing salts during a cold European winter. The company, which produces around 11% of the world's potash, an essential nutrient for crops, said it had seen good global demand for the mineral. "We expect that the prices will continue to increase for the full year," Chief Executive Burkhard Lohr told analysts.
NTR earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2021.