Brian Ostroff, managing director of Windermere Capital, recently took some time to speak with Resource Investing News about the fundamentals driving phosphate market, and more specifically, Canada's phosphate hopeful, Arianne Phosphate.
Articles Tagged "phosphate supply"
Potash – Seasonal doldrums are stalling phosphate prices. The upside for prices remains linked to food price volatility.
Potash – Predictions may be the black art of investing, but that hasn't stopped commodity and financial advisors from sharing their thoughts on what 2013 will hold for phosphate markets.
Potash – Tight supply and soft demand have pushed phosphate profits down. Mosaic, for example, registered a significant decline in phosphate sales.
Potash – Rising food costs and under-utilized farm resources have led China to give phosphate a greater strategic role. Focused on developing domestic supply, local governments are reducing the number of domestic operators while building bigger firms.
Potash – Stonegate Agricom CEO Mark Ashcroft spoke about his company’s start, its current strategy, and the fundamentals of the phosphate market.
Potash – Tight supplies and high prices of agricultural products including corn and wheat are expected to increase demand for fertilizers, through the near future, however, sometime past 2012, more plentiful supplies should halt potential shortages.
Potash – When applied to phosphorus, the Hubbert Peak Theory has created quite a stir in phosphate market, spawning a great deal of animated discussion and scientific analysis into the implications of peak phosphate.