Anglo’s unloved $25bn option
The Woodsmith polyhalite asset — a play on the world’s gasping need for better fertilisers — could generate up to 75% of the company’s current market capital in value. So why does the market ignore it?
The global vitamin and supplements industry is thriving. Estimates of its trajectory vary, but one is that vitamin sales will rise to $8.9bn in 2028 from $6.7bn now — an annual compound growth of 6%. According to the US’s Council for Responsible Nutrition, three-quarters of Americans use nutritional or dietary supplements. Vitamins D and C and zinc lead the pack.
The sector was given a push by the Covid pandemic, especially before a vaccine became available, as consumers desperately grasped at immunity. But the invisible driver behind the vitamin sector lies in the earth’s soil...
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