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Corteva, Inc. (CTVA)

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47.13+0.38 (+0.81%)
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Previous Close46.75
Open47.27
Bid46.88 x 900
Ask48.00 x 800
Day's Range46.82 - 47.65
52 Week Range22.38 - 48.48
Volume2,552,897
Avg. Volume3,554,296
Market Cap34.906B
Beta (5Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-1.28
Earnings DateMay 04, 2021
Forward Dividend & Yield0.52 (1.11%)
Ex-Dividend DateFeb 26, 2021
1y Target Est46.05
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    Bayer AG is launching a new genetically modified soybean in the United States, striking back against rival Corteva Inc in a bid to retain its dominant position supplying seeds to the $40 billion U.S. soy industry. Billions of dollars are on the table for companies producing a growing variety of seeds for soybeans, the top U.S. export crop, as farmers expand acreage this year due to soaring crop prices. Bayer's new XtendFlex soybeans and Corteva's Enlist E3 soy are shaping up to be the most popular with farmers in the coming years, according to interviews with a dozen seed makers, dealers and farmers.

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    FOCUS-Bayer, Corteva in 'two-dog battle' over U.S. soy market

    Bayer AG is launching a new genetically modified soybean in the United States, striking back against rival Corteva Inc in a bid to retain its dominant position supplying seeds to the $40 billion U.S. soy industry. Billions of dollars are on the table for companies producing a growing variety of seeds for soybeans, the top U.S. export crop, as farmers expand acreage this year due to soaring crop prices. Bayer's new XtendFlex soybeans and Corteva's Enlist E3 soy are shaping up to be the most popular with farmers in the coming years, according to interviews with a dozen seed makers, dealers and farmers.

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