Potassium Chloride – where will prices stabilise

first_imgWith prices now falling from the highs we saw in 2008, the Potassium Chloride Ten Year Outlook 2009 presents a latest view on where they will stabilise. It also assesses the future supply/demand balance and thus whether there will be a repeat of this bubble. In response to the volatile state of the market in 2009, this report will be supplemented with quarterly updates of CRU’s short-term potash outlook. These updates will inform on quarterly review, short-term forecasts and news stories.The main report, available now, contains an extensive review of the current state of the market and the outlook for the next decade. It will address the following questions:Do prices have further to fall or will producers be able to reclaim the $1,000/t level?When and where will new mines be built and how will they affect the market balance?Is the slump in sales volumes a temporary blip or will it have long-term repercussions?Will Brazil, China, India and Indonesia be enough to keep pushing demand upwards?The latest edition of the Potassium Chloride Ten Year Outlook 2009 will provide a resource which:Examines the changing pattern of consumption and forecasts long-term demandAnalyses the impact of changes in production and demand on operating rates, product availability and prices over the next ten yearsComprises of up-to-date industry news, objective expert opinion, detailed market data and forecastsContains a set of data tables covering capacity, deliveries, consumption and tradeIncludes a presentation summarising the key facts and figures.Contact – [email protected]last_img read more