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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bhp Group Plc LSE:BHP London Ordinary Share GB00BH0P3Z91 ORD $0.50
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1,704.60 1,713.20 1,713.80 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 34,888.9 11,855.2 126.3 13.3 36,002

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21/9/2019
12:30
The young yuppies seem to be going for the trend to buy water in 'Tin' cans as this is the in thing at the moment. I put 'Tin' as I am not sure exactly what metal these containers are made of. Slowly, slowly all this will begin to slowly make an impact.
loganair
21/9/2019
12:02
Roll on liquides at airports in tin cans Running keep fitters not likely to make much impact but certainly be ok for non carrying peoples who do not have to consider weight Return to metal tubes for cosmetics and toothpastes etc etc might also help the miners take care
the grumpy old men
21/9/2019
11:49
Coke and Pepsi make up 25% of all waste plastic in the world. Over the past year I have noticed more and more keep fitters running along or at Fitness classes with metal drinking bottles rather than plastic. Glass and ceramic bottles are heavier and breakable compares to metal bottles. In 2 years, in UK airport passengers will be able to return to taking as much liquids as they like through security instead of having to buy huge amounts of water and other drinkables in plastic bottles airside. Tins cans are made from metal.
loganair
21/9/2019
11:38
loganair 21 Sep '19 - 11:17 - 286 of 286 LOL Agree with your view on batteries but metal bottles nah,perhaps tin cans sometimes i get cans of beer,water and coca cola Have yet to see wine cans but i must admit i have not been looking Had you said a return to glass bottles, that i could accept or even ceramic bottles Wine and champagne in cellar all in glass bottles Have a small metal flask for my whiskey have a great weekend
the grumpy old men
21/9/2019
11:17
Use to see plastic bottles in peoples hands, now increasingly see metal bottles in their hands - good for mining companies. Using less plastic = Using more metal. More electrics cars = more Copper for their batteries - and BHP have been investing in copper miners.
loganair
20/9/2019
16:44
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 93.38 USD -0.08(-0.09%) Gold COMEX 1,509.90 +0.25% Silver COMEX 17.86 -0.16% Platinum NYMEX 947.00 +0.49% Copper COMEX 2.61 +0.13% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 63.72 +0.62% Gasoline NYMEX 1.66 -0.15% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.54 -1.01% (WTI) 58.7 USD -0.15% Rio Tinto 4,244 -0.13% Bhp 1,785.4 -0.40% Anglo American 1,878 -0.29% Glencore 254.6 +0.12%
waldron
19/9/2019
17:00
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 93.46 USD -0.51(-0.55%) Gold COMEX 1,505.80 -0.66% Silver COMEX 17.87 -0.30% Platinum NYMEX 941.80 +0.77% Copper COMEX 2.61 -0.04% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 64.52 +1.45% Gasoline NYMEX 1.66 +2.08% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.58 -3.38% (WTI) 58.44 USD +0.62% Rio Tinto 4,249.5 -0.33% Bhp 1,792.6 -0.17% Anglo American 1,883.4 -1.52% Glencore 254.3 +0.51%
waldron
18/9/2019
16:58
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 93.97 USD -0.06(-0.06%) Gold COMEX 1,518.40 +0.33% Silver COMEX 18.06 -0.44% Platinum NYMEX 937.20 -0.74% Copper COMEX 2.61 -0.48% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 63.84 -1.10% Gasoline NYMEX 1.63 -1.30% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.66 -1.44% (WTI) 58.37 USD -0.88% Rio Tinto 4,263.5 +0.01% Bhp 1,795.6 +0.06% Anglo American 1,912.4 -0.71% Glencore 253 -0.18%
waldron
17/9/2019
16:47
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 94.03 USD -0.34(-0.36%) Gold COMEX 1,512.00 +0.03% Silver COMEX 18.06 +0.16% Platinum NYMEX 942.50 +0.35% Copper COMEX 2.63 -0.44% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 65.41 -5.23% Gasoline NYMEX 1.67 -3.68% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.71 -0.48% (WTI) 59.85 USD -3.31% Rio Tinto 4,263 -1.60% Bhp 1,798.4 -1.41% Anglo American 1,924.2 -0.63% Glencore 253.7 -1.00%
waldron
17/9/2019
07:40
SYDNEY--BHP Group Ltd. (BHP.AU) proposed changes to the way it pays Chief Executive Andrew Mackenzie that it said will lessen spikes in remuneration and better reward sustained good performance. Under the new structure, which is expected to be voted on by investors at annual shareholder meetings in the U.K. and Australia later in 2019, BHP would cut Mr. Mackenzie's long-term incentive plan in relation to his base salary and introduce five-year deferred shares to his cash and deferred plan. Those changes would reduce the maximum annual package of pay and bonuses by 12%, the world's biggest miner by market value said. The existing long term incentive plan, or LTIP, "rewards volatility in performance rather than sustained outperformance, which is an aspiration for BHP," the miner said in its annual report. Miners have come under increased scrutiny for plowing billions of dollars into mega projects or deals at the peak of cycles that years later sparked massive write downs as commodity markets cooled. "There are material time lags between key long-dated decisions and their LTIP outcomes, leading to a discrepancy between participants who are the decision-makers, and those who eventually experience the positive or negative remuneration outcomes," the company said. Other changes planned include a cut to Mr. Mackenzie's pension contribution rate and the introduction of a two-year post-retirement shareholding requirement. Mr. Mackenzie earned US$3.5 million for fiscal 2019, down from US$4.7 million the year prior and below a target of US$7.7 million, said the company. The minimum available package was US$2.2 million and maximum was US$13.1 million. His annual payout was weakened by a train derailment in western Australia late in 2018, where four locomotives and 268 loaded wagons ran loose for more than 50 miles without a driver before being forcibly derailed. BHP also faced operational problems at a number of mines and processing facilities, and the death of a worker at a coal mine in Queensland in December. "From a performance perspective, while shareholders have benefited during fiscal 2019 from positive share price growth and significant shareholder returns, the year was a challenging one operationally for BHP, and the remuneration outcomes for fiscal 2019 for our senior executives reflect this," the company said. BHP said Mr. Mackenzie's base salary will remain unchanged in fiscal 2020, at US$1.7 million. There will also be no change to annual fees for Chairman Ken MacKenzie or nonexecutive directors. Write to Rhiannon Hoyle at rhiannon.hoyle@wsj.com -0- (END) Dow Jones Newswires September 16, 2019 22:01 ET (02:01 GMT)
maywillow
16/9/2019
16:52
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 94.37 USD -0.40(-0.42%) Gold COMEX 1,510.20 +0.71% Silver COMEX 17.99 +2.40% Platinum NYMEX 935.30 -1.77% Copper COMEX 2.65 -1.76% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 67.32 +11.79% Gasoline NYMEX 1.70 +10.41% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.70 +1.70% (WTI) 61.45 USD +11.99% Rio Tinto 4,347 -1.77% Bhp 1,828.4 -0.44% Anglo American 1,942 -2.20% Glencore 258.1 -1.24%
waldron
14/9/2019
13:36
In 10 years Brazil could become the 4th largest oil producer after Saudi Arabia, USA and Russia. Hopefully BHP will be there too.
loganair
13/9/2019
19:35
Https://www.cityam.com/currency-and-commodities-trades-to-be-taxed-under-new-labour-proposal/ Thursday 12 September 2019 7:53 pm Currency and commodities trades to be taxed under new Labour proposal August Graham The Labour Party today endorsed a proposal which would levy a £2.1bn a year tax on currency and commodity trading. Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell said the party will adopt a plan proposed by the Progressive Economy Forum think tank. It would expand the 0.5 per cent stamp duty on buying and selling shares to any transactions in foreign exchanges and commodities. “This is the way that in future we can ensure that we have a finance sector which is vibrant, meaningful and contributes constructively, not just to our own economy, but to the global economy as well,” McDonnell said. McDonnell called for a wider debate on introducing financial transaction taxes around the world. “We have the opportunity to lead that global movement of reform,” he said, adding that the proposals are “unchallengeable.” However, the move attracted criticism from City groups. Miles Celic, the chief executive of the City UK, said the financial services industry accounts for 14 per cent of UK tax revenue, and said foreign financial centres are always trying to attract business and jobs away from London. “A tax on financial transactions would be bad for business, bad for investors, bad for savers, and bad for the economy,” he said. Labour said that the tax applies to those resident in the UK for tax purposes, rather than trades being made in London. So a US trader in New York trading through London would not have to pay the tax. While a Brit in London trading in Hong Kong would. UK Finance said the tax would also hit savers, homeowners and small businesses. “At a time of great uncertainty for business we would encourage policymakers to focus on proposals that would support the growth and competitiveness of the UK’s financial sector, helping the industry to grow and employ more people right across the UK,” said its chief executive Stephen Jones.
waldron
13/9/2019
18:31
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 94.77 USD 0.63(0.66%) Gold COMEX 1,499.70 -0.51% Silver COMEX 17.64 -2.92% Platinum NYMEX 953.70 +0.12% Copper COMEX 2.70 +2.18% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 60.32 -0.10% Gasoline NYMEX 1.54 +0.24% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.62 +0.38% (WTI) 55.03 USD -0.04% Rio Tinto 4,425.5 +2.16% Bhp 1,836.4 +1.81% Anglo American 1,985.6 +2.73% Glencore 261.35 +3.48% certainly a good week for all miners
waldron
12/9/2019
17:27
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 94.14 USD 1.80(1.91%) Gold COMEX 1,512.40 +0.61% Silver COMEX 18.19 +0.08% Platinum NYMEX 957.00 +1.79% Copper COMEX 2.63 +0.76% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 59.77 -1.71% Gasoline NYMEX 1.54 -2.08% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.57 -0.66% (WTI) 54.67 USD -2.64% Rio Tinto 4,332 +1.01% Bhp 1,803.8 +1.51% Anglo American 1,932.8 +2.64% Glencore 252.55 +0.24%
waldron
11/9/2019
17:53
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 92.34 USD 0.97(1.05%) Gold COMEX 1,503.40 +0.28% Silver COMEX 18.17 -0.09% Platinum NYMEX 941.40 +0.51% Copper COMEX 2.60 -0.93% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 60.68 -2.73% Gasoline NYMEX 1.55 -1.73% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.61 -0.31% (WTI) 56.04 USD -3.30% Rio Tinto 4,288.5 +0.88% Bhp 1,777 +0.11% Anglo American 1,883 +1.44% Glencore 251.95 +1.25%
waldron
10/9/2019
17:14
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 91.37USD 0.14(0.15%) Gold COMEX 1,501.30 -0.65% Silver COMEX 18.18 +0.07% Platinum NYMEX 939.80 -1.35% Copper COMEX 2.63 +0.04% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 63.59 +1.60% Gasoline NYMEX 1.61 +1.39% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.63 +0.23% (WTI) 58.45 USD +0.33% Rio Tinto 4,251 +0.77% Bhp 1,775 +0.94% Anglo American 1,856.2 +0.04% Glencore 248.85 +2.51%
waldron
09/9/2019
16:58
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 91.23USD 1.79(1.96%) Gold COMEX 1,510.20 -0.35% Silver COMEX 18.13 +0.03% Platinum NYMEX 949.60 -0.35% Copper COMEX 2.63 -0.15% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 62.80 +1.90% Gasoline NYMEX 1.59 +1.05% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.63 +2.98% (WTI) 58.13 USD +2.29% Rio Tinto 4,218.5 -0.44% Bhp 1,758.4 -0.06% Anglo American 1,855.4 +0.40% Glencore 242.75 +0.48%
waldron
06/9/2019
16:51
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore86.24 USD -4.48(-5.19%) Gold COMEX 1,529.20 +0.24% Silver COMEX 18.76 -0.25% Platinum NYMEX 965.60 +0.20% Copper COMEX 2.64 -0.15% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 60.67 -0.46% Gasoline NYMEX 1.55 +0.42% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.54 +1.81% (WTI) 55.75 USD -0.91% Rio Tinto 4,239 +0.44% Bhp 1,760.8 +0.58% Anglo American 1,850.8 +0.81% Glencore 242.85 +1.40%
waldron
05/9/2019
16:55
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 90.72 USD -0.85(-0.94%) Gold COMEX 1,528.40 -2.05% Silver COMEX 18.89 -3.39% Platinum NYMEX 964.90 -1.96% Copper COMEX 2.64 +1.83% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 62.14 +2.37% Gasoline NYMEX 1.57 +2.59% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.48 -0.64% (WTI) 57.46 USD +2.64% Rio Tinto 4,220.5 +0.31% Bhp 1,750.6 -3.09% Anglo American 1,836 +0.99% Glencore 239.5 -1.38%
waldron
05/9/2019
10:29
BHP Group PLC (BHP.LN) on Thursday said it didn't endorse resolutions proposed by shareholders which called for it to suspend its membership of industry lobby groups that advocate for policies at odds with the Paris climate change agreement. On Tuesday, the Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility, a nonprofit group that promotes ethical investment, filed a resolution backed by investors including the Church of England Pensions Board and Grok Ventures, that called on BHP, the world's biggest miner by value, to stop funding aggressive lobby groups for the coal industry. The ACCR had filed a special resolution to amend BHP's constitution so that it will be able to file the second ordinary resolution that calls for the company to abandon its support of coal lobbyists. A special resolution needs at least 75% of shareholder votes to pass and, if it fails, the ordinary resolution won't be valid. However, in most cases, corporations will still publish the voting results for the second resolution regardless of whether the special resolution passes or not. BHP said it didn't endorse either resolution. It said the ordinary resolution makes no reference to the broader benefits that industry associations can provide and said its membership in certain groups allows it to lead, influence and strengthen standards in a number of areas including environmental protection. As such, the company recommended that shareholders vote against both of the proposed resolutions. The company said it is currently reviewing its industry associations and will publish the outcome of the review. It argued that the ordinary resolution incorporates actions it has performed since 2017. Responding to global warming remains a priority governance and strategic issue for BHP and the company will continue to take action, the miner said. Write to Oliver Griffin at oliver.griffin@dowjones.com; @OliGGriffin (END) Dow Jones Newswires September 05, 2019 05:08 ET (09:08 GMT)
florenceorbis
04/9/2019
18:12
Sharecast Broker tips: RBS, Anglo American, BHP, Kainos rbs gogarburn building Analysts at Berenberg lowered their target price on retail bank The Royal Bank of Scotland from 340p to 280p on Wednesday after management conceded that the lender was now unlikely to achieve a 12.0% return on tangible equity by 2020. Berenberg said that despite a challenging environment, RBS' strategy was delivering "profitable growth, meaningful cost reductions and substantial capital returns". But the German bank pointed out that for many investors, this was simply "not enough". In particular, Berenberg said many were struggling to look beyond the current margin pressure, which had prompted RBS' board to accept that it would most likely be unable to meet its return on tangible equity targets in time. The broker's analysts reduced their full-year 2020-21 EPS estimates for RBS by approximately 6%, mainly driven by lower net interest margins, compounded by lower expected buybacks. Berenberg's 2019 estimates, on the other hand, did rise modestly, but only reflecting non-operational effects. "Following these adjustments, we believe consensus EPS estimates remain 4-6% too low," said Berenberg. However, while disappointing, Berenberg believed the share price reaction to the news had been "too severe", particularly considering RBS' double-digit dividend yield. "We believe RBS is able to deliver a double-digit dividend yield, alongside share buybacks of circa £3.0bn over three years. However, these prospective returns are being ignored," they wrote. Berenberg, which reiterated its 'buy' rating on the group despite the target price cut, highlighted that RBS' efforts to bolster returns and offset revenue headwinds saw operating costs fall by roughly £170.0m during the first half. Guidance from the lender that full-year restructuring costs should be towards the lower end of the previously guided range of £1.2bn-1.5bn provided the analysts with further comfort. Deutsche Bank revised its ratings on London-listed miners on Wednesday as it said stocks were due a rebound after the summer selloff. "Like most cyclical sectors, mining corrected sharply through the summer months," it said. "Risk appetite has collapsed and global growth fears are back at the forefront. While uncertainty and macro risks are high, we see scope for a tactical rebound on a six-month horizon." DB added that iron ore prices have reset to more realistic levels and valuations are now someway below its mid-cycle targets. "Our mining valuation composite is now sending a clear buy signal; buying at current valuation levels has yielded an average six-month return of 23% and the sector has moved up in relative and absolute terms on every occasion," it said. "The pervasive fear in the market is that we enter a 2015 type slowdown which saw negative China and global steel demand for several quarters. While we expect a deceleration in China steel demand in the year ahead (2% in 2020 from 5% in 2019) we think a 2015 style slowdown is an overly pessimistic scenario." The bank said Anglo American remains its top pick. "The business is well diversified, valuation compelling and, at the current share price, the market is getting the 30% growth by 2022E almost for free." Deutsche upped its stance on BHP Group to 'hold' from 'sell', cutting the price target to 1,750p from 1,900p following the recent share price correction. "Our view that BHP lacks structural growth drivers is unchanged, however, capital discipline is holding and dividend levels should remain robust through the cycle," it said.
ariane
04/9/2019
16:48
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 92.33USD 2.78(3.01%) Gold COMEX 1,555.50 -0.03% Silver COMEX 19.45 +1.11% Platinum NYMEX 982.80 +2.85% Copper COMEX 2.59 +2.53% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 60.41 +3.69% Gasoline NYMEX 1.52 +3.59% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.44 +1.84% (WTI) 56.02 USD +4.07% Rio Tinto 4,213 +2.03% Bhp 1,807.6 +2.44% Anglo American 1,820.8 +2.70% Glencore 243.85 +3.35%
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