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Considerable rise in third quarter revenues and earnings
Prospects for fertilizer and salt businesses continue to be favourable

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Considerable rise in third quarter revenues and earnings
Prospects for fertilizer and salt businesses continue to be favourable


 • Globally high demand for fertilizers in last quarter
 • Quarterly revenues rise by 17% to EUR 1.17 billion
 • Operating earnings EBIT I improve almost 70% to EUR 198.5 million
 • Adjusted earnings per share from continued operations reach EUR 0.69
(Q3/2010:
   EUR 0.25)
 • More detailed outlook for 2011:

     - Significant increase in revenues to between EUR 5.00 billion and EUR 5.25
       billion expected (previously: EUR 5.00 billion to EUR 5.3 billion; 2010:
EUR
       4.63 billion)
     - Operating earnings EBIT I should increase to between EUR 0.95 billion and
       EUR 1.00 billion (previously: EUR 0.95 billion to EUR 1.05 billion; 2010:
EUR
       0.71 billion)
     - Adjusted earnings per share from continued operations expected to be
       between EUR 3.40 and EUR 3.60 (previously: between EUR 3.40 and EUR 3.75;
2010:
       EUR 2.34 / share)


In the third quarter of the  current  year  too,  the  K+S  Group  was  able  to
considerably increase revenues and earnings in comparison with the  same  period
of the previous year. Globally high demand for fertilizers and the  accompanying
significantly  higher  potash  price  level  played  a  decisive  role  in  this
development.

"Due to the attractive demand and price trends in the course of the  first  nine
months, we continue to assume that our earnings will rise strongly  this  year,"
says Norbert Steiner, Chairman of  the  Board  of  Executive  Directors  of  K+S
Aktiengesellschaft.

"The  currently  omnipresent   uncertainty   regarding   the   future   economic
development of the global economy has prompted us to be somewhat  more  cautious
in respect of our estimate for 2012. With  an  expected  stable  development  of
revenues, from today´s perspective, we see good  opportunities  for  the  coming
year to carry forward the high level of earnings of 2011," Steiner continues.

Strong demand for fertilizers and significantly higher potash price level
The third quarter of 2011 was characterised by strong  demand  for  fertilizers.
The high level of agricultural prices  favoured  the  income  prospects  of  the
agricultural sector, so that there was a significant incentive to  raise  yields
per  hectare  through  the  needs-based  use  of  fertilizers.  For  potash  and
magnesium products, this resulted in  a  very  high  utilisation  of  production
capacities throughout the world. This environment favoured  the  development  of
prices for potassium chloride.

In the third quarter, the nitrogen fertilizer plants  were  also  well  utilised
worldwide, and demand for complex and straight nitrogen fertilizers as  well  as
ammonium sulphate stood at a high level. Prices for  nitrogen  fertilizers  rose
significantly in comparison to the same quarter of last year, after  significant
price increases were also recorded for raw materials.

Continued high demand for de-icing salt
In the Western European pre-stocking business, the above-average wintry  weather
conditions in the 2010/11 season led to continued high demand for de-icing  salt
in the third quarter. The price level has risen tangibly for the  winter  season
2011/12. However, as a result of lower freight rates for salt imports,  moderate
price declines occurred in the local tenders on the East  Coast  of  the  United
States. In the other de-icing salt regions of the United  States  important  for
K+S and in Canada too, the demand  for  de-icing  salt  improved  in  the  third
quarter in comparison to the previous year. Prices are  stable  in  the  Midwest
region, while a slight price increase is to be observed in Canada.

Third quarter revenues rise by 17%
At EUR 1,174.0 million, third-quarter revenues were up EUR 173.5 million or  17%
 on
the figure for the same period last year. The Potash and Magnesium Products  and
Nitrogen Fertilizers business segments achieved  significant  revenue  increases
due to higher prices. Revenues of the Salt business segment  were  stable  at  a
high level. In the first  nine  months,  revenues  of  the  K+S  Group  rose  in
particular due to price factors by 15% and reached about EUR 3.9 billion.

In the first nine months, 41% of revenues  were  generated  in  the  Potash  and
Magnesium Products  business  segment,  followed  by  Salt  (33%)  and  Nitrogen
Fertilizers (23%). The regional distribution of Group revenues continues  to  be
balanced. Thus, about 51% of total revenues were generated  in  Europe  and  49%
overseas.

Operating earnings strongly up in the third quarter too
During the third quarter of 2011, earnings before interest, taxes,  depreciation
and amortisation (EBITDA) rose by 49% to  EUR  254.5  million  (Q3/2010:  EUR 
170.8
million). In the  first  nine  months,  EBITDA  achieved  EUR  926.9  million, 
an
increase of 34% (9M/2010: EUR 691.6 million).

In the third quarter of 2011, the K+S Group generated operating earnings EBIT  I
of EUR 198.5 million and was able to increase this by EUR 81.1  million  or  69%
 in
comparison to the same quarter of the previous year. The  Potash  and  Magnesium
Products business segment was able to strongly improve its result year on  year.
The significantly higher potash price level was the  decisive  factor  here.  In
the Nitrogen Fertilizers business segment, rising prices more than made  up  for
higher input costs. Against this backdrop, the result  rose  significantly  here
too. By contrast, the Salt business segment achieved a lower result than in  the
previous year. The decline can particularly  be  attributed  to  weather-related
production losses on  the  Bahamas,  higher  costs  for  demurrage  charges  and
negative currency effects. In the first nine  months  of  2011,  the  K+S  Group
achieved operating earnings of EUR  758.8  million.  This  exceeded  the 
previous
year´s figure (9M/2010: EUR 515.9 million) by 47%.

Adjusted earnings before income taxes improve strongly
The adjusted earnings before  income  taxes  reached  EUR  184.6  million  in 
the
quarter under review. It proved possible to increase this by EUR 118.9 million 
or
181% in comparison to the same period of the previous year. In addition  to  the
good  development  of  operating  earnings,   this   also   benefited   from   a
significantly improved financial result. In  the  first  nine  months,  the  K+S
Group achieved  adjusted  earnings  before  income  taxes  of  EUR  714.4 
million
(9M/2010: EUR 414.5 million). Details of the adjustment can be found  on  pages 
9
and 10 of the Quarterly Financial Report Q3/2011.

Adjusted Group earnings also increase strongly
It  proved  possible  to  increase  adjusted  Group  earnings   from   continued
operations by EUR 83.2 million or  171%  to  EUR  131.9  million  during  the 
third
quarter. In the first  nine  months,  adjusted  Group  earnings  from  continued
operations of EUR 520.3 million were achieved. This corresponds to an increase 
of
EUR 215.2 million or 71% in comparison to the same period of the previous year.

Adjusted earnings per share from continued operations in the third quarter at 
EUR
0.69 (Q3/2010: EUR 0.25) per share
For the quarter  under  review,  adjusted  earnings  per  share  from  continued
operations amounted to EUR 0.69 and  were  thus  about  176%  above  the 
previous
year´s figure of EUR 0.25. As in the same quarter last year, it  was  computed 
on
the basis of 191.40 million no-par value shares, being  the  average  number  of
shares outstanding. In the first nine months  of  2011,  adjusted  earnings  per
share from continued operations reached EUR 2.72, an increase of 71% after 
having
been EUR 1.59 in the same period of the previous year.

More detailed outlook for 2011 as a whole
After the normalisation of demand  for  fertilizers  in  2010,  an  increase  in
demand in the current year is to  be  expected.  Although  the  prices  of  some
agricultural products decreased in the course of  the  year  after  having  been
very high, they nevertheless remain at a level which should  favour  the  income
prospects of the agricultural sector and thus offer  an  incentive  to  increase
the yield per  hectare  through  a  needs-based  use  of  fertilizers.  However,
uncertainties currently exist on the trading side,  which,  with  the  financial
crisis 2008/9 still on  people´s  minds,  is  rather  cautiously  attempting  to
manage its early stocking-up for the end of the year. But, on  the  other  hand,
the trading sector tries to avoid not having enough products in  stock  for  the
coming application season, while cereal prices  remain  attractive.  Taking  all
this into consideration, unchanged global potash sales volumes of  about  58  to
60 million tonnes in 2011  as  a  whole  (2010:  58.3  million  tonnes)  can  be
assumed. Correspondingly, a globally high level  of  utilisation  of  production
capacities is also to be expected during the remaining months of the year.

In the case of nitrogen fertilizers too, high demand will probably  be  observed
for the rest of 2011. The average prices of nitrogen fertilizers should be at  a
significantly higher level  year  on  year.  However,  considerably  higher  raw
material costs, especially for ammonia, will counteract this.

In the last weeks of  2011,  the  de-icing  salt  business  will  be  influenced
decisively by wintry weather conditions in Europe and  North  America.  In  this
respect, it can be assumed that  sales  volumes  will  be  on  their  multi-year
average level in the case of both  the  European  and  North  American  markets.
While demand for industrial salt  should  remain  stable  in  Europe  and  South
America,  in  the  case  of  water  softening  products,  a  certain  degree  of
reluctance to purchase due to the muted economic situation in the United  States
can be assumed. Demand for food grade salt in Europe and  North  America  should
also be stable. The South American market for food grade salt  should,  however,
further grow in line with the population development there. The  demand  of  the
chemical industry for salts for chemical use should continue to  develop  stably
in Europe as well as in North and South America.

K+S Group revenues likely to rise significantly in 2011
Following up the estimates in the outlook  of  the  Financial  Report  2010  and
against the backdrop of the better-than-expected demand and price trends  during
the first nine months of 2011, revenues of the K+S  Group  are  likely  to  rise
significantly in financial year 2011 against the  previous  year.  A  figure  of
between EUR 5.00 billion and EUR 5.25 billion (previously: EUR 5.0 billion  to 
EUR  5.3
billion;  previous  year:  EUR  4.63  billion)  seems   realistic   from  
today´s
perspective. While in the Potash and Magnesium  Products  business  segment,  we
are assuming a significant increase in revenues and in the Nitrogen  Fertilizers
business segment (without COMPO) a strong one, in the Salt business  segment  we
expect a stable revenue trend at the  high  level  of  the  previous  year.  The
revenue forecast assumes an average US dollar  exchange  rate  of  1.40  USD/EUR
(previously: 1.42 USD/EUR; 2010: 1.33 USD/EUR).

Operating earnings likely to rise strongly in 2011
In financial year  2011,  earnings  before  interest,  taxes,  depreciation  and
amortisation (EBITDA) and operating earnings EBIT I should increase strongly  in
comparison to the figures for the previous year.  For  the  EBITDA  of  the  K+S
Group, a figure of EUR 1.15 billion to EUR 1.25 billion (previously: EUR 1.15 
billion
to EUR 1.30 billion; previous year: EUR 953.0 million) and operating  earnings 
EBIT
I of between EUR 0.95 billion and EUR 1.00 billion (previously: EUR 0.95 billion
to  EUR
1.05 billion; previous year: EUR 0.71 billion) is  thus  likely  to  be 
achieved.
This can be attributed to  the  strongly  rising  earnings  in  the  Potash  and
Magnesium Products and Nitrogen  Fertilizers  business  segments.  However,  the
operating  earnings  of  the  Salt  business  segment  will   probably   decline
moderately. On the basis of the average US dollar estimate of 1.40  USD/EUR  for
2011 (previously: 1.42 USD/EUR; previous year: 1.33  USD/EUR)  and  the  hedging
instruments used, there is a significantly positive currency effect, which  more
than makes up for the currency-related revenue losses. The forecast is based  on
the following assumptions:


       • continued attractive agricultural prices;
       • in comparison to the previous year, significantly higher average prices
         and stable sales volumes in the Potash and Magnesium Products  business
         segment (expected sales volume: about 7 million tonnes);
       • sales volumes of a good 23 million tonnes of crystallised salt  in  the
         Salt business segment, of which  about  14  million  tonnes  should  be
         accounted for by de-icing  salt.  For  the  fourth  quarter,  this,  as
         customary, assumes  the  average  of  multi-year  de-icing  salt  sales
         volumes.


Group earnings after taxes will probably improve strongly in 2011
The adjusted Group earnings after taxes of the continued operations should  also
increase strongly in 2011 in line with the  development  of  operating  earnings
and reach a value of between EUR 650 million and EUR 690 million (previously:
EUR  650
million  to  EUR  720  million;  previous  year:  EUR  447.8  million).  This 
would
correspond to adjusted earnings per share of the continued operations  of  about
EUR 3.40 to EUR 3.60 (previously: EUR 3.40 to EUR 3.75; previous year: EUR 
2.34).  Taking
into consideration the discontinued operations including the expected book  loss
arising from the disposal of COMPO, adjusted Group earnings  after  taxes  of 
EUR
550 million to EUR 590 million (previously:  EUR  560  million  to  EUR  630 
million;
previous year: EUR 445.3 million) are to be  assumed.  This  would  correspond 
to
adjusted earnings per share of about EUR 2.90 to EUR 3.10 per share 
(previously:  EUR
2.95 to EUR 3.30; previous year: EUR 2.33). This estimate is based not only  on 
the
effects  described  for  revenues  and  operating  earnings,  but  also  on  the
following circumstances expected from today's perspective:


    • a significantly better financial result, after this  had  been  negatively
      impacted by special effects in 2010;
    • a domestic Group tax rate of 28.3% and an  adjusted  Group  tax  ratio  of
      about 27% (previously: 26% to 27%; 2010: 26.2%).


Forecast for 2012: Continued high global potash sales volumes expected
For 2012, the K+S Group expects global potash  sales  volumes  of  at  least  60
million tonnes (2011: 58 to 60 million tonnes expected). The estimate  is  based
primarily on a continued level of prices for agricultural  raw  materials  which
is attractive for the earnings prospects of the agricultural sector.

The positive development of demand should  continue  in  2012  in  the  case  of
straight nitrogen fertilizers and complex fertilizers too.

In this respect, for 2012, sales volumes are expected to be on their  multi-year
average level in the case of both the European and North  American  markets  for
de-icing salt. After an above-average demand in Europe and on the East Coast  of
the United States in the first quarter of 2011, the sales  volumes  of  de-icing
salt should correspondingly decrease to  a  normal  level  again  in  the  first
quarter of 2012. The consumption of food  grade  salt  and  industrial  salt  in
Europe as well as North and South America will probably be stable in  2012.  The
demand  of  the  chemical  industry  for  salt  for  chemical  use  should  rise
moderately.

Stable revenue development  and high earnings level likely
The currently omnipresent uncertainty regarding the future economic  development
of the global economy has prompted K+S to be more cautious  in  respect  of  its
estimate for 2012 and  thereby  to  take  the  lower  visibility  into  account.
Revenues for 2012 should develop stably in comparison to  the  high  figure  for
the previous year. While in the Potash and Magnesium Products  business  segment
a tangible increase in revenues can be  assumed,  in  the  Nitrogen  Fertilizers
business segment a stable development of  revenues  and  in  the  Salt  business
segment moderately lower revenues will probably be seen. As  for  the  costs  of
the K+S Group, moderately  rising  personnel  and  significantly  rising  energy
costs are confronted with stable material costs, depreciation  and  amortisation
as well as tangibly declining freight costs. In total,  a  largely  stable  cost
level can therefore be expected. As far as operating earnings EBIT I of the  K+S
Group and adjusted Group  earnings  after  taxes  are  concerned,  from  today's
perspective, there are good opportunities for the coming year to  keep  them  at
their respective high levels of 2011.

In the Potash and Magnesium Products  business  segment,  a  slightly  improving
earnings development and in the Nitrogen Fertilizers business segment a  largely
stable one should be observed. On the other hand, the operating earnings of  the
Salt business segment will probably decline significantly  on  the  basis  of  a
normal winter business that follows the  long-term  average  of  historical  de-
icing salt volumes. This estimate for the coming year is based on  a  number  of
factors including the following:


    • continued attractive agricultural prices;
    • tangibly higher average prices and an expected sales  volume  of  about  7
      million tonnes in the Potash and Magnesium Products business segment;
    • at about 22 million tonnes on average and  in  comparison  to  the  record
      sales volumes of  the  previous  year  tangibly  lower  sales  volumes  of
      crystallised salt (of which de-icing salt: a good 12 million tonnes);
    • a US dollar exchange rate of 1.40 USD/EUR and a negative currency result;
    • a largely unchanged financial result;
    • a slightly higher adjusted Group tax ratio of 27% to 28%.


Experience growth
The K+S  Group  is  one  of  the  world's  leading  suppliers  of  standard  and
speciality fertilizers. In  the  salt  business,  K+S  is  the  world´s  leading
producer with sites in Europe as well as North and South America. K+S  offers  a
comprehensive range  of  goods  and  services  for  agriculture,  industry,  and
private consumers which provides growth opportunities in virtually every  sphere
of daily life. The K+S Group employs more than 14,000 people. The  K+S  share  -
the commodities stock on the German DAX index - is listed on  all  German  stock
exchanges (ISIN: DE000KSAG888, symbol: SDF). More information about K+S  can  be
found at www.k-plus-s.com.



Note to editors
The Quarterly Financial Report  (Q3/2011),  the  K+S  Q3/2011  Facts  &  Figures
(English), a video  webcast  by  Norbert  Steiner,  Chairman  of  the  Board  of
Executive Directors of K+S Aktiengesellschaft, about the third quarter  of  2011
and up-to-date press photos relating  to  the  K+S  Group  are  available  under
http://www.k-plus-s.com/2011q3en.

We are offering a conference call for investors and analysts  in  English  today
at 3 p.m. Norbert Steiner, Chairman of the  Board  of  Executive  Directors,  as
well as Joachim Felker and  Jan  Peter  Nonnenkamp,  members  of  the  Board  of
Executive Directors, will participate  in  the  conference  call.  Shareholders,
investors, representatives of the press and all  other  interested  parties  are
invited to follow the conference  via  a  live  webcast  at  (http://www.k-plus-
s.com/2011q3en) or by phone under  +49-69-71044-5598.  The  conference  will  be
recorded and will also be available as a podcast.


Your contact persons:   
Press:    
Michael Wudonig, CFA   
phone: +49 561 9301-1262   
fax: +49 561 9301-1666   
michael.wudonig@k-plus-s.com
   
Investor Relations:   
Christian Herrmann, CFA   
phone: +49 561 9301-1460   
fax: +49 561 9301-2425   
christian.herrmann@k-plus-s.com  


Forward-looking statements
This press release contains facts  and  forecasts  that  relate  to  the  future
development of the K+S Group and its  companies.  The  forecasts  are  estimates
that we have made on the basis of all the information available to  us  at  this
moment in time. Should the assumptions underlying these forecasts prove  not  to
be correct or risks arise - examples of which are mentioned in the  risk  report
- actual developments and events may deviate from current expectations.  Outside

statutory disclosure provisions, the Company does not  take  any  obligation  to
update the statements contained in this press release.

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Further inquiry note:
Your contact persons:   
Press:    
Michael Wudonig, CFA   
phone: +49 561 9301-1262   
fax: +49 561 9301-1666   
michael.wudonig@k-plus-s.com
   
Investor Relations:   
Christian Herrmann, CFA   
phone: +49 561 9301-1460   
fax: +49 561 9301-2425   
christian.herrmann@k-plus-s.com  

K+S Aktiengesellschaft   
Communications   
P.O. Box 10 20 29, 34111 Kassel, Germany   
Bertha-von-Suttner-Str. 7, 34131 Kassel   
www.k-plus-s.com
__________________________________________________________   
    
Chairman of the Supervisory Board: Dr. Ralf Bethke   
Board of Executive Directors: Norbert Steiner (Chairman), Joachim Felker, Gerd
Grimmig, Dr. Thomas Nöcker, Jan Peter Nonnenkamp   
Registered Office: Kassel   
Commercial Register: Kassel HRB 2669

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company:     K+S Aktiengesellschaft
             Bertha-von-Suttner-Straße  7
             D-34131 Kassel
phone:       +49 (0)561 9301-1460
FAX:         +49 (0)561 9301-2425
mail:     christian.herrmann@k-plus-s.com
WWW:      http://www.k-plus-s.com
sector:      Chemicals
ISIN:        DE000KSAG888
indexes:     DAX, Midcap Market Index, CDAX, Classic All Share, HDAX, Prime All
             Share
stockmarkets: official dealing/prime standard: Frankfurt, regulated dealing:
             Stuttgart, München, official dealing: Berlin, Hamburg, Hannover 
language:   English
 



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