Viterra Inc.

 TSE:VT ISIN:CA92849T1084

April 18, 2014

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Viterra Inc. Company Summary

Viterra Inc., formerly Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Inc., is a Canadian agribusiness. The Company is organized into five segments: Grain Handling and Marketing, Agri-products, Agri-food Processing, Livestock Feed and Services, and Financial Products. The Grain Handling and Marketing segment is engaged in the collection of grain, shipping to inland or port terminals, cleaning of grain to meet regulatory specifications, and sales to domestic or export markets. The Agri-products segment includes an ownership interest in a fertilizer manufacturer and ownership of a fertilizer distributor. The Agri-food Processing segment includes the manufacture and marketing of products associated with oats and malt barley for domestic and export markets. The Livestock Feed and Services segment formulates and manufactures feed products. The Financial Products segment acts as an agent for a Canadian Schedule I chartered banks.
 

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Key Developments: Viterra Inc.
 Australian Market Report of June 10, 2010: Magellan's (ASX:MGN) Purchase Approved by FIRB
JUNE 10, 2010 13:30 - Article Views: 5,865
The Australian market shrugged off Wall Street's negative lead and opened firmer this morning on optimism over US economy. Financials and mining stocks led the market rise. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index gained 0.58 per cent, while All Ordinaries rose 0.71 per cent in early trade.
 Australian Market Report of April 21, 2010: Risk Appetite Is Back
APR 21, 2010 13:30 - Article Views: 5,673
The Australian shares Wednesday opened stronger with 0.6 per cent in early trade. The market rose on hope of an overall corporate earnings recovery and on higher commodities prices. The Australian dollar was also up this morning as investors' risk appetite increased. Asian stock markets mostly rebounded yesterday. China's Shanghai Composite closed flat after a massive drop in previous trading session, with property shares remained weak.
 Australian Market Report of April 14, 2010: Back to Above 5000 Points Level
APR 14, 2010 13:30 - Article Views: 8,780
The Australian market rebounded to above 5000 points today after Wall Street gained on hope of upbeat US corporate earnings. On Wednesday, investors would look to consumer sentiment data from Wespac and Melbourne Institute. The local market fell back to below the 5000 points level on a weaker performance in Asian markets. Today Asian shares were mostly higher following the positive lead from Wall Street.
 Viterra (TSE:VT) (ASX:VTA) Sells Its ABA Interest to Sumitomo (TYO:8053)
APR 13, 2010 16:29 - Article Views: 6,534
Canada-based Viterra Inc. (TSE:VT) (ASX:VTA) has confirmed that it is selling its 50 per cent interest in the Australian Bulk Alliance (ABA) joint venture, a grain handling and supply chain services provider, to Japan's Sumitomo Corp (TYO:8053)for A$8.6 million.
 Australian Market Report of September 30: US Consumer Confidence Dropped
SEP 30, 2009 13:00 - Article Views: 10,719
Wall Street closed lower overnight after American consumer confidence reading in September dropped unexpectedly. The weakness in US technology stocks, which had been a leader for much of Wall Street's six-month rally, yesterday led a fall in the market. The Conference Board's consumer confidence index dipped in September to 53.1 from 54.5 in August as people worries about job market.
 Australian Market Report of September 10: Wall Street Extended Gaining Streak
SEP 10, 2009 13:00 - Article Views: 10,923
Overnight US stocks rose for a fourth consecutive session led by industrial stocks. But market sentiment were dented after Federal Reserve report showed that consumer spending was still soft and retail sales were flat. The report also said labour market conditions remained weak across all districts.
 Australian Market Report of September 9: Stronger Commodities Prices
SEP 9, 2009 13:00 - Article Views: 10,678
US stocks rose overnight as commodities prices jumped. Kraft Foods' US$16.7 billion takeover bid for Cadbury boosted the market confidence on a rebound in merger and acquisition activities, despite Kraft's offer was rejected.
 Australian Market Report of June 25: Imminent Recovery Unlikely
JUNE 25, 2009 13:00 - Article Views: 11,203
The Australian shares Wednesday closed slightly higher ahead of the US Federal Reserve's monetary outlook meeting. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index gained 10.1 points, or 0.27 per cent, at 3807 points, while the broader-based All Ordinaries index rose 9.2 points, or 0.24 per cent, to 3802.2 points.
 Australian Market Report of June 3: In Recovery Mood
JUNE 3, 2009 13:00 - Article Views: 11,014
Yesterday the Australian share market was bolstered by favorable local and overseas economic data. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index gained 60.9 points, or 1.56 per cent, to 3955.3 points, while the broader All Ordinaries index surged 60.2 points, or 1.55 per cent, at 3948.1 points.
 Australian Market Report of May 21: Seeking Capital Raising at Discount
MAY 21, 2009 13:00 - Article Views: 11,364
The Australian shares closed marginally higher on Wednesday despite weak lead from Wall Street and steep quarterly contraction in Japan. The resources stocks were higher on stronger commodities prices. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 was up 7.3 points, or 0.19 per cent, at 3824.6, while the broader All Ordinaries gained 8.3 points, or 0.22 per cent, to 3808.9. Investors are expecting some pullback in recent trading sessions and seeking more fund raisings at discount on the market.

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