Fertilizer Prices Move Higher Again at the Gulf, But Buyers Resist

Natural gas prices remain week.

Anhydrous prices at the Gulf shot sharply higher last week, with new trades $175 a ton higher as prices matched those on international markets including freight. However, the $845 price was indicative of a market where buyers are starting to balk. Prices for some fertilizers actually dropped a bit as buyers wonder if falling energy prices and easing commodity prices could finally begin to dent demand.

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