Bp Plc

-1.55 (-0.33%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bp Plc LSE:BP. London Ordinary Share GB0007980591 $0.25
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.55 -0.33% 469.70 1,753,296 09:37:08
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
469.65 469.75 471.85 467.05 471.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Petroleum Refining 242,065.00 -2,487.00 -13.00 - 92,746.79
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:36:59 AT 705 469.70 GBX

Bp (BP.) Latest News

Bp News

Date Time Source Headline
06/6/202317:52UKREGBP PLC Transaction in Own Shares
06/6/202309:00UKREGBP PLC Payment of dividends in sterling
05/6/202320:07DJNBP Enters US Fleet Partnership with FedEx -- OPIS
05/6/202318:06UKREGBP PLC Transaction in Own Shares
02/6/202317:53UKREGBP PLC Transaction in Own Shares
01/6/202317:55UKREGBP PLC Transaction in Own Shares
01/6/202309:00UKREGBP PLC Total Voting Rights
31/5/202317:37UKREGBP PLC Transaction in Own Shares
30/5/202318:21UKREGBP PLC Transaction in Own Shares
26/5/202317:57UKREGBP PLC Transaction in Own Shares
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Bp (BP.) Discussions and Chat

Bp Forums and Chat

Date Time Title Posts
06/6/202317:05BP. - Charts & News8,087
02/5/202312:20 BP99,221
03/2/202313:00BP to benefit from oil price boom?419

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Bp (BP.) Most Recent Trades

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Bp (BP.) Top Chat Posts

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Posted at 05/6/2023 18:47 by scruff1
No but you can change it. I cant remember. Got to say anyway I expected a rise myself although in the current climate I half expect the share price to drop even on good news. Its being quite perverse - very little seems to move the price upwards and very little hiccups seem to produce quick sharp falls.
Posted at 05/6/2023 17:55 by gwatson56
Destocking must be near an end soon. The GS guy explained that the cost of holding oil is quite expensive given interest rates on the rise. Also the final (until 2026) SPR release to be complete for end of this month. And come 1/7 the Saudi’s removing another 1M barrels. So I reckon on balance the POO should be much higher in the final half of the year. I agree BP share price should be £5 +.
Posted at 02/5/2023 13:53 by gwatson56
A thumbs up from me adg. I too hope BP exits the UK, the only positives for me are that there will be more shares repurchased and the lower the price the more attractive BP will be for a US major to start 'running the numbers'. I am tempted to top up, but have learn't to sit on my hands; perhaps end of the week when things have settled down. I see from MarketScreener that all three analysts that have issued updates today have kept the targets the same (630-710). I dread to think what would have happened to the share price had trading had a 'bad qtr'. Makes me think this share price movement was going to happen either way.... sell on news.. etc etc..
Posted at 02/5/2023 12:03 by marktime1231
An earnings beat and a surprisingly large further buyback but the share price sharply off this morning because ... sluggish poo, and ? We didn't expect another dividend increase just yet did we? People annoyed the share awards are so large.

Any nuggets? Debt reduction has stalled but perhaps they are getting in extra buybacks now because there are big loan repayments coming up. No significant asset realisations? Flannel and green investment commitments but very little real spending or progress on transition. Otherwise all pretty dull.

Once again having to take perverse pleasure in the weak share price because of the intense buyback activity.

Posted at 02/5/2023 08:51 by bili1
I really dread looking at the share price of a company after better than expected results.......?
Posted at 27/4/2023 14:15 by marktime1231
In this instance I think shareholder dissent is justified, the board has gone back on its word, changed the basis on which some funds were happy to continue to invest. Funds which have their own stakeholders to answer to. They are obliged to press for commitment to ethical promises. Not that there will be enough protest to change BPs course though, but enough maybe to get the message across. In a democracy the minority get to protest too, not just the majority.

And be careful what you ask for. If some hefty funds voted against by suddenly selling off their shares what would it do to your and my and their share price? Unless there is a carefully managed process and a matching buyback programme conducted over an extended period - which is to say, funds which are decidedly fed up with BPs weak green credentials are probably doing what you want. "Owners" are entitled to ask the board to think hard what it means when you set out an acceptable and accepted direction but then abruptly steer hard off course.

The new tack has made my mind up, I have lost trust and will exit at a convenient moment rather than see it through with BP. Meanwhile anyone who wants to protest is fine by me.

Posted at 27/4/2023 09:27 by spacecake
Large shareholders voting out the chairman and slashing the CEO insane pay packet should get the company back on course to fulfilling it's climate obligations to the inhabitants of planet earth.

Should be good for the share price also.

Posted at 26/4/2023 12:11 by planit2
It has not disassociated itself from the oil price but did re-rate after the last results and pivot towards increased O&G.

BP has been undervalued, partly because of upsetting both the O&G investors and the Green investors, the last change partly placated the O&G crowd.

(Also the buybacks at low values help, it concentrates the undervaluation raising the share price in the process)

Posted at 25/4/2023 11:09 by meb123
I've heard some analysts saying the share price of BP has dissociated itself from the oil price to a large extent. I think this is absolutely rubbish . I've been watching it today and it tracks the oil price to the minute . So depending on your outlook for the oil price by the end of the year which could be usd 90 .........
Posted at 11/2/2023 08:35 by veryniceperson
Perhaps they are waiting for the share price to settle hellscream. Who would have thought 4 days of the climbing share price. Next week most likely.
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