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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
  -2.80 -0.14% 1,989.20 1,988.60 1,989.40 2,010.50 1,984.20 2,000.50 6,806,918 16:29:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 43,970.7 17,786.5 161.6 12.2 42,013

Bhp Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/8/2021
21:34
If you are trading thro a company watch out for interactive Investors 'non standard account fee of £40pcmI am in dispute with them having come across from Market Invoice who did not charge this. LL
loss-leader
17/8/2021
20:18
Interactive Investor allow you to trade on the ASX and hold them in an ISA or a SIPP So if Woodside are only traded on the ASX they might be a good broker to switch too.
gateside
17/8/2021
20:14
Great clarification, thank you. If the large BHP shareholders want Woodside with a London listing, it will happen. Woodside might want access to that capital pool too. I don't see much downside here given BHP exposure to minerals bound to see demand and the increased scale of Woodside. Add a bit of inflation & stir.
p1nkfish
17/8/2021
19:46
From the BHP presentation: "Woodside will remain listed on the Australian Securities Exchange with additional listings being considered" With existing BHP shareholders owning 48% of the combined co. and 42% of BHP shareholders hold through LSE, that's over 20% so Woodside may well decide on a secondary listing on the LSE.
jonox
17/8/2021
19:45
The Standard Segment of The Main Market was established to offer companies a greater choice of listing destination. Prior to its launch many UK companies were unable to comply with the eligibility requirements of the Main Market. Whilst not intended to represent a threat to AIM, in some circumstances companies have chosen a Standard Listing over AIM, and importantly it’s available to both UK and overseas companies. One of the key benefits is that it provides companies with access to The Main Market without having to comply with the ‘super-equivalent’ provisions that apply over and above the minimum standards, such as the combined code for corporate governance.
loganair
17/8/2021
19:35
Going to ask my broker same question tomorrow. It may just be simpler for me to sell into any rise on run up to XD on Sept 2 Only have £5k & am in at c£20, so £25+ might be too tempting
kipper999
17/8/2021
19:28
When BHP's oil and Gas side is merged with Woodside Petroleum, BHP share holders are going to be given shares in Woodside which I understand is solely listed on the ASX and dividends will also be in A$ via the ASX. I asked my broker if I'm able to trade shares on the ASX with them and they said No. "Under the proposed transaction, Woodside, or a wholly owned subsidiary of Woodside, will acquire 100 per cent of the issued share capital of BHP Petroleum International Pty Ltd in exchange for shares in Woodside which will deliver 48 per cent to BHP shareholders on completion. Woodside shares will be immediately distributed to BHP shareholders . Woodside will remain listed on the ASX with listings on additional exchanges being considered."
loganair
17/8/2021
19:08
jonox... Thanks for the clarification. As long as I can keep holding BHP in my ISA that's what matters. The news report on the BBC has caused a lot of confusion.
gateside
17/8/2021
18:34
Thanks for the clarification guys.
t-trader
17/8/2021
18:17
It is clear from the results presentation that they are NOT delisting from the LSE. They are proposing to move from an LSE Primary Listing to an LSE Standard Listing. This means they will no longer be dual listed with ASX and lose their place in the FTSE100 index whilst simplifying their structure and saving a load of money. For UK shareholders it will make little difference.
jonox
17/8/2021
17:44
I see the ADR price doesn't like it Off 9% as i type... Got quoted £25.02 at 8:30 this morning....kinda wish i had taken it now. Ah well. May have a rise on run up to XD on 2nd Sept for another chance
kipper999
17/8/2021
17:30
I think t traders point is that this announcement is that it is Delisting from LSE. The two questions are valid and good
betman
17/8/2021
17:29
If you read the RNS you will see: - It is expected that a unified BHP would have its primary listing on the ASX, a standard listing on the London Stock Exchange (LSE), a secondary listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), and a sponsored Level II ADR program on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
deanforester
17/8/2021
17:27
Coppied from LSE board....it may help you t-t "As far as I am aware there is no withholding tax on BHP as it is listed on the London Stock Exchange. BHP goes XD on 02/09/2021 and will announce on 6th September 2021 the Currency Election Date the currency conversion rate it will use for the LSE & ASX and it will also stipulate how much it will be paying in the local currency as well. I have held BHP shares for a number of years and the rate stipulated is what I receive multiplied by the number of shares I hold. I hold my shares in a SIPP and just like the ISA it is totally tax free. I have only ever paid withholding tax on IAG which is Spanish and Dividends paid in Euro's and as a consequence hold back 19% and a currency conversion fee on top even if held in an IS or SIPP. There are tax treaties in place where the nominee could if they did the paperwork claim back a proportion of the withheld tax but i have yet to find one that does. AS BHP listed on LSE there should be no problems holding it within an ISA hopes this helps"
kipper999
17/8/2021
17:12
I hold BHP in my ISA. Does anybody know if they delist in the UK, will i still be able to hold the ASX listing in my ISA? Also, will dividends be subject to any with holding tax being only ASX listed?
t-trader
17/8/2021
16:54
Please define reasons for the statement it is a "much better market"?
p1nkfish
17/8/2021
16:25
Good move to end dual listing and shunt it all to OZ, much better market. Ftse 100 now at thirty year discount to all other major indices thanks to the brexit retards, trashed sterling, covid fiasco and wheezing boris bunter. Rats/ship, U.K. terminal.
porsche1945
17/8/2021
09:18
[United Kingdom] BHP GROUP PLC (BHP) Real-time Estimate Quote. Real-time Estimate Cboe Europe - 08/17 09:06:34 am 2443 GBX +7.13%
la forge
17/8/2021
09:05
SYDNEY--BHP Group Ltd. said it will combine its oil-and-gas business with Australia's Woodside Petroleum Ltd. in an all-stock deal, and separately said it would end its dual listing in London. BHP also approved a $5.7-billion project to mine potash in Canada, as it adjusts to the prospect of a lower-carbon world, where old profit drivers such as petroleum and thermal coal are less appealing. The miner said its shareholders will own 48% of the expanded Woodside, which will become one of the world's ten-largest producers of liquefied natural gas. Combining the businesses is forecast to generate more than US$400 million in annual savings, the companies said in a joint statement. "The merger of our petroleum assets with Woodside will create an organization with the scale, capability and expertise to meet global demand for key oil and gas resources the world will need over the energy transition," said BHP Chief Executive Mike Henry. The miner said Tuesday it would end its dual listing to unify under its existing Australian parent. Holders of its PLC stock in London will be given Australian Ltd stock on a one-for-one basis, the company said. BHP also said it go ahead with stage one of its Jansen potash project in Canada's Saskatchewan province. The operation is expected to start producing the fertilizer ingredient in 2027, with an initial annualized capacity of 4.35 million metric tons. The announcements were made alongside BHP's annual earnings. The world's biggest mining company said it made a net profit of $11.3 billion in the year through June, up from a profit of $7.96 billion in the same period a year earlier. Directors declared a record final dividend of $2.00 a share. Write to Rhiannon Hoyle at rhiannon.hoyle@wsj.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires August 17, 2021 03:28 ET (07:28 GMT)
la forge
17/8/2021
08:22
"BHP's performance over the past year illustrates the strength of our portfolio, balance sheet, people and performance culture. Including the record dividend announced today of US$2.00 per share, we have returned over US$15 billion to shareholders over the past year" $2 is roughly £1.50 a share final divi....
kipper999
17/8/2021
07:48
'Significant value' in BHP - Oil exit is way to go for BHP, says AJ Bell: BHP Group (BHP) could be looking to exit the oil sector, a move which AJ Bell says will realise significant value in the business. The mining-focused group said it was in talks to merge its oil and gas assets with those of Australia’s Woodside Petroleum, potentially in exchange for shares, as it tries to move away from fossil fuels. ‘If BHP can make this deal happen it would help realise significant value in the business and put a big tick in the environmental, social and governance (ESG) box,’ said AJ Bell investment director Russ Mould. ‘While it is one of several options being looked into at BHP, it looks like the writing is in the stars for its petroleum arm, with the business also scurrying away from its coal holdings.’ Putting those trends in context, Mould said the mining sector could emerge as a winner in a lower carbon world. ‘Rather than being victims of the transition away from fossil fuels, the miners can expect to play a pretty full part given the metals they dig out of the ground will be crucial to building the infrastructure and kit for large-scale renewables projects and electric vehicles,’ he said.
loganair
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