Companies in this story: (TSX:NTR)The Canadian Press SASKATOON — Nutrien Ltd. has lowered its estimate for 2019 adjusted earnings to reflect the impact of wet weather on U.S. planting and other factors that will reduce demand for potash in North America, China and India.The Saskatoon-based company created by the merger of Potash Corp. and Agrium Inc. says it now estimates this year’s adjusted net earnings will be between US$2.70 and US$3 per share.That’s down about five per cent from between $2.80 and $3.20 per share adjusted earnings in Nutrien’s previous guidance for 2019.For the second quarter ended June 30, Nutrien had US$1.58 per share of adjusted net earnings — two cents below analyst estimates compiled by financial markets data firm Refinitiv.Net income from continuing operations, reported in U.S. currency, was $858 million or $1.47 per share with $8.66 billion of sales.In the second quarter of 2018, net income from continuing operations was $741 million. Including discontinued operations, last year’s second-quarter net income totalled $1.4 billion.
In this Oct. 19, 2011 photo, rock star Jon Bon Jovi sits in his JBJ Soul Kitchen community restaurant in Red Bank, N.J. which lets the needy do community service in return for a hot meal. On Feb. 24, 2015 Bon Jovi said his charitable foundation is funding a similar community restaurant at a firehouse in Union Beach, N.J., which is struggling to recover from Superstorm Sandy nearly 2 1/2 years later. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry) by Wayne Parry, The Associated Press Posted Feb 24, 2015 9:59 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Jon Bon Jovi sponsors community restaurant in Jersey shore town pummeled by Superstorm Sandy UNION BEACH, N.J. – Rocker and philanthropist Jon Bon Jovi is sponsoring a community restaurant in a Jersey shore community still struggling mightily to recover from Superstorm Sandy.Through his Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation, he is providing financial backing to Spoon Full of Hope. The church project began serving meals in January in a firehouse in Union Beach, New Jersey, near his childhood home of Sayreville.It lost its funding last summer.Patrons can either pay a minimum donation or give an hour of time to earn a dining certificate for the volunteer and four family members.It’s similar to the JBJ Soul Kitchen, a community restaurant Bon Jovi founded in Red Bank in 2011.Bon Jovi says the project gives hope to people still rebuilding their lives.