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€20.90
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52 Week High
05/14/14 - €27.25
52 Week Low
10/25/13 - €18.35
Market Cap
4.0B
Average Volume 10 Days
2.4M
EPS TTM
€1.86
Shares Outstanding
191.4M
EX-Date
05/15/14
P/E TM
11.2x
Dividend
€0.25
Dividend Yield
1.20%
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K+S Aktiengesellschaft, together with its subsidiaries, provides specialty fertilizers and salt products in Germany and internationally. Its Potash and Magnesium Products segment produces and markets potash fertilizers for crops, such as cereals, corn, rice, and soy beans; and potassium and magnesium salts for the pharmaceutical, cosmetics, and food industries, as well as elements for the production of feed. The company’s Salt segment is involved in the production and marketing of food grade salt, industrial salt, salt for chemical use, de-icing salt, and sodium chloride brine. Its Complimentary Business segment is engaged in the underground disposal and reutilization of waste in potash and rock salt mines; recycling of salt slag and building material; and granulation of CATSAN. It is also involved in logistics business; and trading of basic chemicals, including caustic soda, nitric acid, sodium carbonate, calcium chloride, and magnesium chloride. The company is based in Kassel, Germany.

14,248 Employees
Last Reported Date: 08/14/14

k+s ag-reg (SDF) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman of The Board of Executive Directors
Total Annual Compensation: €1.6M
Chief Financial Officer and Member of Board o...
Total Annual Compensation: €1.1M
Personnel Director and Member of Board of Exe...
Total Annual Compensation: €1.0M
Member of Board of Executive Directors
Total Annual Compensation: €1.0M
Member of Board of Executive Directors
Total Annual Compensation: €341.3K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

k+s ag-reg (SDF) Key Developments

K+S Announces Expansion Plans

K+S has reached an agreement with the federal state of Hessen on the disposal of saline wastewater in the Werra potash district, central Germany, and will invest an additional €400 million in the water treatment programme. The disposal solution, to be laid down in public law over the next few weeks, involves a four-phase solution running from late 2015 until 2075, intended to gradually reduce the salinity of water in the Werra and Upper Wesser regions up to and past the anticipated cessation of potash production from the Werra plant in 2060. The bulk of the €400 million, which is all newly-announced spending, is expected to be invested between 2018 and 2021, with a significant proportion to go towards the planning, construction and operation of a temporary supplemental pipeline to the Upper Wesser.

K+S Aktiengesellschaft Presents at Scotiabank Fertilizer and Chemicals Conference 2014, Sep-23-2014

K+S Aktiengesellschaft Presents at Scotiabank Fertilizer and Chemicals Conference 2014, Sep-23-2014 . Venue: Toronto Board of Trade, 77 Adelaide St W, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Speakers: Patrick Kofler, Senior Manager, Investor Relations.

K+S Announces Earnings Results for the Second Quarter and First Half Ended June 2014; Provides Earnings Guidance for the Full Year 2014

K+S announced earnings results for the second quarter and first half ended June 2014. The company reported a solid quarter with an EBIT of EUR 157 million. The main driver was the ongoing success of specialty products. The cash generation on the operating level has remained strong year-to-date. The free cash flow also remains positive. It is lower year-on-year mainly due to the planned increase in CapEx for the Legacy Project. The net debt number increased due to the interest rate effect on provisions. Net income rose by 4.3% year on year to EUR 106.4 million in the second quarter of 2014, buoyed by good demand for its potash and magnesium products. But the company's June-quarter revenues fell by 10.2% year on year to EUR 787.7 million, with operating earnings down by 3.3% at EUR 157.3 million. For the first half of this year, the company's net income fell by 20.4% year on year to EUR 230.5 million, while revenues were down by 8.4% at EUR 1.97 billion. The company provided range broader range for the full year of 2014 with EBIT in a range of EUR 490 million to EUR 570 million includes the EUR 30 million which was exceptional in the second quarter of 2014. For financial year 2014, the revenues of the K+S Group should amount to between EUR 3.65 billion and EUR 3.85 billion. The company expects operating earnings of between EUR 490 million and EUR 570 million in 2014, compared with last year's EUR 655.9 million.

 

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