Russia, Uralkali

In 2017, Uralkali plans to pay $300 mln of the debt

In 2017, Uralkali plans to refinance about $1.4 billion and to pay off $300 million of its debt, said director of economics and finance Anton Vishanenko at the conference call with investors.

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In 2016, Uralkali reduced production by 5.3%

In 2016, Uralkali produced 10.8 million tons of potassium chloride compared to 11.4 million tons in January - December of last year, the company reports. The decline amounted to 5.3% in 2016.

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Revenue of Uralkalii fell by 29% to $1.68 bln in January-September 2016

Uralkalii reduced revenue under IAS in January-September 2016 by 29% against January-September 2015 to $1.68 bln.

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Uralkaly hasn’t made decision on new buyback

The decision on new buyback of Uralkaly hasn’t yet been made, the matter will be discussed at the meeting of the Board of Directors.

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Gutseriev to crowd potash producers on Chinese market

Belarusian company Slavkaly of Russian businessman Mikhail Gutseriev has received the first funding from the China Development Bank for the construction of a potash mining and processing complex (G

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Uralkalii plans to offer bonds for $800 mln

Uralkalii plans to make 2 issues of bonds of PBO-01-V and PBO-02-V series for the total amount of $800 mln, the company reports.

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From the beginning of buyback, Uralkali bought 2.47% of shares

From the beginning of the program to buyback, fertilizer manufacture Uralkali bought 66 317 447 shares and 1 215 191 GDRs, which is 2.47% of its share capital, the company reports.

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In H1, net profit of Uralkaly grew two times

In the first six months of 2016, the net profit of Uralkaly under IAS doubled and amounted to 65.2 billion rubles against 31.9 billion rubles in the previous year, the company reports.

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Belarusian trader Dmitry Lbnyak buys shares of Uralkali

Onexim of Mikhail Prokhorov has sold 20% of Uralkali. Buyer, contrary to the market expectations, wasn’t Uralchem, which owns 20% of Uralkali, but Belarusian trader Dmitry Lobyak, who is familiar with owner of Uralchem Dmitry Mazepin. The market doesn’t rule out the possibility that the transaction may contribute to the restoration of relations with Minsk, ruptured in 2013.
Onexim has closed a deal on sale of 20% of Uralkali to a structure of the Belarusian businessman Dmitry Lobyak. The transaction amount isn’t disclosed, but a source of the Kommersant, familiar with the situation, notes that it was signed with a substantial premium to the market (the package price on the Moscow stock exchange is about $2 billion). The Mikhail Prokhorov’s purchase of the package in Uralkali was estimated at $4 billion in late 2013, then he bought 28.5% of the company, but sold some shares during buyback, reduced the stake to 20%. 19.9% more ​​of Uralkali belong to Uralchem, the remaining shares are quasi treasury ones.

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Uralkaly defends carnallite

Solikamsk magnesium plant (SMZ), one of the largest Russian consumers of carnallite, has failed to resume the anti-trust case against its manufacturer Uralkaly in court. SMZ tried to reduce the price from the supplier, then applied to the FAS, and when the controller didn’t find violations, went to court. The plant may still appeal, but lawyers are skeptical of success.
The Moscow Arbitration Court rejected the Solikamsk magnesium plant in a lawsuit to invalidate the decision of the FAS, which found no violations in the carnallite prices, set by Uralkaly. In late 2014, the plant complained to the FAS that Uralkaly set monopolistically high prices. The FAS filed a case, but closed it in autumn of 2015 after studying additional materials. SMZ disagreed with the decision and appealed to the court in January 2016.

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