Get a 3.9% yield from Nutrien Ltd.

Get a 3.9% yield from Nutrien Ltd.

Investors benefited from a 3.6% revenue rise for this industry giant’s agricultural retail operations in the most-recent quarter.

A potash mine shutdown should further boost the firm’s rising profitability as it helps support market prices.

The stock trades at 19.4 times the company’s earnings.


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