BP PLC (BP)

315.62
-8.56(-2.64%)
  • Volume:
    84,143,327
  • Bid/Ask:
    315.35/315.90
  • Day's Range:
    313.15 - 323.23

BP Overview

Prev. Close
315.62
Day's Range
313.15-323.23
Revenue
99.63B
Open
321.93
52 wk Range
188.52-336.95
EPS
-0.4
Volume
84,143,327
Market Cap
63.85B
Dividend (Yield)
0.32
(N/A)
Average Volume (3m)
44,041,361
P/E Ratio
-
Beta
1.27
1-Year Change
-1.81%
Shares Outstanding
19,473,285,008
Next Earnings Date
-
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BP PLC Company Profile

BP PLC Company Profile

Sector
Energy
Employees
63600

BP p.l.c. engages in the energy business worldwide. It operates through Gas & Low Carbon Energy, Oil Production & Operations, Customers & Products, and Rosneft segments. It produces and trades in natural gas; offers biofuels; operates onshore and offshore wind power, and solar power generating facilities; and provides de-carbonization solutions and services, such as hydrogen, and carbon capture, usage and storage. The company is also involved in the convenience and mobility business, which manages the sale of fuels to wholesale and retail customers, convenience products, aviation fuels, and Castrol lubricants; and refining, supply, and trading of oil products, as well as operation of electric vehicle charging facilities. In addition, it produces and refines oil and gas; and invests in upstream, downstream, and alternative energy companies, as well as in advanced mobility, bio and low carbon products, carbon management, digital transformation, and power and storage areas. BP p.l.c. was founded in 1908 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.

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  • just when i thought i was out!.they pull me back in!
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    • Don't think it will drop too much more!
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      • test of 306 area maybe 307 0r 8
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    • expect to go down tmrw as div payout day
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      • That isn't quite how this works. Especially in circumstances such as now. Sentiment are changing and oil still holding up.
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      • May 6th was ex-div day, thats when the SP would of dropped by the div amount. Payment day today won’t directly impact SP as far as I understand.
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    • wait for new york to open!
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      • 324.
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        • Oil Brent falling from high
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          • £3.45 to £3.55 in about two weeks time, 👍
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            • 345 soon
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              • $ is about 7.5% devalaued from medium term av of circa 1.32:£ - put another way, adujusted barel of oil is $67 and/or share price at £325 is comarable to £355 (when oil was $67 barrel/$=1.32:£) - either way, despite carbon issues, cash on cash this looks at least 50p too cheap at present.
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                • the swings has made me some serious cash. who is thinking short retrace to 310 and then to new heights?
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                  • Should see 340 soon
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                    • fundamentally oil prices high and technically looks like it ready to pop!:)
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                      • true I sold and looking to buy in a month
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                      • Tom Jamesu might have to buy at 400p :P
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                    • lots of upside left here. easily looking at a 50% upside over the next year or two
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                      • gets below 305, putting in
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                    • BP still buying back?
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                      • they purchased just shy of 11million shares on the 4th. but yes if all things go well there will be further buy backs later down the line.
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                    • 376 up above bullish sentiments oil price rises
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                      • 300p long term bet ?
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                        • Should see a nice uptick to around 3.10 on those results, back to 3.30 in a few weeks.
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                          • *oil majors. I don't get why there is such a discrepancy. I believe US oils majors are like twice as expensive per cash flow or something. And BP, Shell have brought themselves in good positions by firm corona measures earlier this year.
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                          • Richard Schoonhovenyep no idea, the price was 20% higher in the midst of the pandemic last year when no vaccine was available, total uncertainty as to when a recovery could happen. Now with more than 5 or so in use and many more being phased in surely a path to recovery is in sight. When i saw these results it seemed a clear buy signal, oh well my average is still 295, I will continue to add more as and when I can :)
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                          • Richard SchoonhovenI agree the discepancy between the US and UK oil companies is farcical. Exxon looks overpriced while BP and Shell look bargains
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                        • No value at 300p wait for the price to drop-I've set a target price of sub 275 then buy back in... Oild is rising and BP not responding maybe not "agile enough" better value with Ukoil&Gas (up 30%) and bahamas pet, scirocco oil etc...
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                          • You not reckon there will be any substantial movement upwards with earnings Tuesday?
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                        • Very slow to rebound oil prices up!
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                          • Looking like they might take it to 290
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                            • Buy back. Looks like it could dip below 295 short term
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                              • BP are buying their own shares. That must mean they have loads of cash and kind find nothing else to invest in. Hence their proposal to invest in green energy to be net carbon zero by 2050 is more BS.
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                                • they are purchasing green energy factories in Midlands. ones my friends work in?
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                                • Totally agree
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                                • Share price is going up... Why wouldn't BP buy them back? Resell in 6 months gives more investment capital, don't you think?This tactic also reduces supply which also increases SP.I get the logic here.
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                              • retracenent has slowed down. upward trend coming!
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                                • Up
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                                  • Retracement back to 270p before the uptrend continues
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                                    • Prateek Mehtaagree i will add again there the position sold above 311
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                                    • Mark Olivedid similar remaining core long but will rebuy back in the ones sold at 270
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                                    • Przemyslaw Granatwhete do u intend to buy close any level
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