Israel Chemicals trades up after Potash Corp sells $700m of shares

UBS led the biggest Israeli follow-on offering for almost three years on Tuesday morning on behalf of the Potash Corp of Saskatchewan, the Canadian potash producer that recently merged with Agrium to create Nutrien.

  • By Aidan Gregory
  • 16 Jan 2018

The Ish2.4bn ($700m) equity block trade consisted of 176.08m existing shares, a 13.8% stake, in Israel Chemicals, the Israeli chemicals and fertiliser company, which is listed in New York and Tel Aviv.

Israel Chemicals has closed at Ish15.12 on Monday, up 8.4% since the start of the ...

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