DTN Fertilizer Outlook
Ken Johnson DTN Fertilizer Columnist
Mon Sep 28, 2015 08:47 AM CDT


World ammonia prices moved slightly higher through September. Tons from Yuzhnyy crossed at $390 to $395 early and at month's end sold at $390 to $405. Prices were mostly sustained by production outages at Russian facilities (mainly turnarounds) and issues affecting production at North African suppliers (turnarounds and gas supply shortages) rather than any substantial changes in demand. Prices for Middle East product rose from $395 to $425 early to $410 to $435 through the month on the back of steady, strong Indian import demand for DAP production. Demand from industrial production in the Far East was generally slow ...

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