CF Industries Holdings, Inc.'s (NYSE: CF) steady demand for its nitrogen fertilizer along with low and stable prices for natural gas needed for its manufacture prompted an analyst to upgrade the company's shares Tuesday.
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CF Industries Holdings logo CF Industries Holdings (NYSE:CF) has earned a �BBB-� credit rating from Morningstar. The investment research firm's �BBB-� rating suggests that the company is a moderate default risk.
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We expect CF to trade to $300 as the certainty of this FCF increases due to the passage of time, the maintenance of at least status-quo nitrogen fundamentals, and the absence of material CapEx overruns for its new plants.
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