BP PLC (BP)

3.800
-0.090(-2.31%)
  • Volume:
    127,543
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.000/0.000
  • Day's Range:
    3.742 - 3.854
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Germany
  • ISIN:GB0007980591
  • WKN:850517

BP Overview

Prev. Close
3.89
Day's Range
3.742-3.854
Revenue
-
Open
3.798
52 wk Range
2.74-4.398
EPS
-
Volume
127,543
Market Cap
70.49B
Dividend (Yield)
0.18
(4.82%)
Average Volume (3m)
84,504
P/E Ratio
13.53
Beta
-
1-Year Change
31.55%
Shares Outstanding
19,745,895,351
Next Earnings Date
-
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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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  • Looks like a head and shoulders set up on the weekly chart, could this mean a big drop is coming.?
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    • yes there is a steep decline expected.
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  • I guess people will reflect on the panic over the weekend and buy back on Monday.
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    • Falling crazy
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      • Next notable rest 360 as we up from 326 buy level (post19/11)Take some profit here
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        • We are in the buyzone
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          • Oil has further to fall next week.
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        • BP goes ex div for ads holders on 10th Nov then 11th for rest of holders price is reflective
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          • The dividend date is coming up soon, then you will get a very good payment on the 17th December, in time for Christmas, 🎅
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            • A short pullback, getting ready for the next move higher, good time to buy more, on this pullback,
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              • Plus the Divi is 4.8% at this level 334.85p
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                • 334.0p after good results... Madness BUY and wait for COP2026 to be a distant memory... Should be 500p plus.. Its simply a matter of time...
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                  • Obviously the best stock there is. Ridiculous it goes down with such good earnings but just buy the dip.
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                    • one of the top FTSE100 to invest this will hit 450 by Christmas. massive upside yet ahead.
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                      • Absolutely. They announced a further $500m investment into US shale oil yesterday also. And the inconvenient truth of the matter is not enough investment has been made into renewable energy so we will continue to be dependent on oil for the foreseeable. This political rhetoric of bashing oil firms just makes it cheaper for us to buy more before the realisation that renewable energy is not going to provide the base power requirements
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                      • Im thinking the same !
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                    • Profit beating results, 1.5 billion in share buybacks and the price tumbles 2.4%. I'm reasonably new to this investing malarkey so if someone can explain to me how good news results in a price dip I'm all ears. I'm clearly missing something here.
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                      • people shying away from big carbon polluters however they will still be required and the share price will recover. Oil will hit $100 a barrel soon and oil company profits will improve further.
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                      • Justin the share price is more beholden to the barrel price than results. See it as a buying opportunity if you can afford it.
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                      • Im guessing the expectation leading up the positive results is already priced in, investors take profits on the news. Until the next Qtr earnings, mark that on your calender and watch the build up again!
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                    • Cannot stand buy backs I have held BP. for years for divi now watching buy backs to keep EP up while oil industry goes into a reduced industry over next 10-20 years may be time to call it a day with this stock at least my renewable stocks are still banging out regular divs and are already in the game not paying to transfer
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                      • I am thinking the same. My old faithful is beginning to stall. The divs have been helpful but I prefer a profound comeback. This time last year I thought we'd be looking at something above £4. I can see a divorce coming up.
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                      • Simon, it will be increased divi too. they didn't want to announce it on result day. that come shortly.
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                    • BP funded energy company “pure planet” gone bust. Read the news
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                      • Who cares. Share way off a reasonable price.
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                      • did you know that company you mentioned is not even a daily pocket money for BP? do more research.
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                    • the true price of BP should be 550 and it will get there in no times
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                      • Hope your right Mo. Good luck all
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                      • I too hope you are right.. It will. Make up for my losses in Challenger oil
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                    • On track for 380 to 400 by end Dec. Global consumption will continue to rise as more countries open up and as energy use increases naturally over the winter period.
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                      • it will be 500 by Christmas
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                      • 400 would be great for Christmas 2021, and 500 for Christmas 2022, 👍
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                    • Weakness in overall market should see this trade down to 330 in minimum
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                      • Well got that wrong only retraced to 338 🤨
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                    • I just fancy BP as a defensive stock against other high risk investments.... now 344p
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                      • It's really not defensive in fact the opposite.
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                      • Mark Olivecan you explain ?
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                      • Yes I'm all for that, 👍
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                    • Brent falling
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                      • super value compared to other sector's and winter is on its way... (341p 5000 BUY)
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                        • bought in at 300p and doubled down at 340p like the Divi forecast and the long term cap growth to 400p plus... heavily weighted in BP and OIL
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                          • nice fat dividend!..keep it up!
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                            • keep queing up for petrol guys! i want my nice dividends:)
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                              • I'm out bottled it?
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