BP PLC (BP)

5.384
-0.146(-2.64%)
  • Volume:
    47,554
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.000/0.000
  • Day's Range:
    5.367 - 5.526
High dividend Yield

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BP Overview

Prev. Close
5.53
Day's Range
5.367-5.526
Revenue
170.37B
Open
5.526
52 wk Range
3.908-5.81
EPS
-0.565
Volume
47,554
Market Cap
97.56B
Dividend (Yield)
19.7608
(4.13%)
Average Volume (3m)
30,724
P/E Ratio
-10.42
Beta
0.651
1-Year Change
17.21%
Shares Outstanding
18,116,018,706
Next Earnings Date
-
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BP PLC Company Profile

Industry
Oil & Gas
Sector
Energy
Employees
65900
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Germany
  • ISIN:GB0007980591
  • WKN:850517

BP p.l.c. is engaged in the global energy business with operations in Europe, North and South America, Australasia, Asia and Africa. The Company delivers heat, light and mobility products and services to customers around the world. The Company's segments include Upstream, Downstream, Rosneft, and Other businesses and corporate. The Upstream segment is responsible for its activities in oil and natural gas exploration, field development and production. The Downstream segment has global marketing and manufacturing operations, and includes the jet fuel, bunkering, bitumen lubricants and petrochemicals business of the Company. Rosneft is the Company's Russian refining business that owns and operates approximately 13 refineries in Russia, and holds stakes in three refineries in Germany, one in India and one in Belarus. It also owns and operates approximately 3,055 retail service stations in Russia and abroad.

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Analyst Price Target

Average6.683 (-98.604% Downside)
High8.1999
Low4.392
Price478.800
No. of Analysts21
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Buy
Analysts Consensus

Technical Summary

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  • 480.70++ soon
    1
    • Not so sure...Brent heading south at an alarming rate. If Buy Backs stop then SP will drop too.
      1
  • With the Autumn Statement out, WT increase against the majors, and Brent dropping like a stone, expect BP to drift down to 450 by end of November. Buy Backs will likely cease if Brent goes below $80 however I suspec that BP will increase dividends to offset tax burden which might draw in more investors. Concerns around CGT will probably see investors slowly cash-out. Tricky corporate and private investor decisions to come.
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    • Expect to see some profit taking today as the yearly high will mean some are break-even after a couple of years. Probably setle around 485-495 by middle of next week then climb above £5 towards Ex-Div day.
      1
      • Bumper profit, shares buying back, ok some windfall tax, but still the share price should soar, no ?
        1
        • Need to stay above 470 for a couple of sessions to set the support line. If we can, I see no reason why we can't hit 500 by mid to late November (subject to results).
          0
          • Jan Lindsay, do you happen to know what this week's lottery numbers will be?
            0
        • China easing lockdown restriction should demand creep up. BP should see a range between 460 - 490 up to YE. Debt reduction should see this higher despite the recent 'green' acquisition of £4.1Bn.
          0
          • Break 468 and stay above that, then it's all the way to £5.
            0
            • 475 on the cards a week later than my previous prediction. Expect a price correction once 475 achieved - back to 430-450 range.
              4
              • 4 thumbs down but so far on point. At least have an opinion.
                3
            • So classic elliot waves over the past 12 months. Need to catch the next trough.
              0
              • Stay above 450 this week and then next target 475+. Achievable by w/c 29 Aug 22.
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