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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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23/8/2021
09:49
another disappointing performance by BHP in OZ after a bright start . on chart support but could go either way and more likely to the downside as commodity prices no longer uptrending - hope i am wrong!!
arja
22/8/2021
21:38
Mmmmm..... BHP obviously didn't think it through too well on the primary listing - it slumped 7% in Oz when they heard. I'd presumed they'd 'sounded out' their major shareholders - perhaps not. Look what happened with Unilever. Let's not forget it needs shareholder approval - will they get it? Interesting times.
podgyted
21/8/2021
17:57
Thanks for the dividend date info guys.Not very impressed with Dividend Max though if their speciality is dividends and yet they can't even get the amount being paid right. Xylos
a0469514
20/8/2021
07:43
"Woodside is one of the worst-performing companies within the energy sector globally post-COVID; the company doesn't yet have a strong mandate to enter a deal of such questionable value and this could further drag on Woodside's shares," said Jamie Hannah, deputy head of investments at Van Eck Australia, a shareholder in both companies. It raised concerns about the strategic sense of expanding in oil and taking on ageing gas assets with big decommissioning costs. Analysts and two BHP investors said Woodside got the BHP assets relatively cheaply. "I'd much rather have just hung on to them and harvested the capital because demonstrably the returns from the growth parts of those projects are much higher than Jansen," said a Sydney-based fund manager, referring to the $5.7 billion Jansen potash project BHP approved on Tuesday. Tribeca Investment Partners CEO Ben Cleary, a BHP shareholder, said what BHP lost with the discount on its petroleum assets would be offset by a higher valuation multiple for no longer holding oil and gas. "Long term the deal makes sense. I think BHP looks more attractive for a wider audience," said Matt Haupt, portfolio manager at Wilson Asset Management, a BHP shareholder. Analysts were upbeat about the long term for Woodside, saying the deal would give it more growth options, beyond its $12 billion Scarborough gas project and Pluto LNG expansion, funded by strong cash generation at BHP's debt-free assets. "It's a logical deal between the parties," said Argo Investments portfolio manager Andy Forster. "I do think ultimately shareholders will vote for it." Credit Suisse analyst Saul Kavonic said Woodside shareholders may be painted into a corner, noting that, as part of the deal, Woodside gave BHP an option to hand over its stake in the Scarborough project for $1 billion if Woodside makes a final investment decision on the project by 15 Dec. Woodside would then be the sole owner of Scarborough and have to fund the project by itself, which it cannot afford. "Shareholders may have little choice but to vote the merger through because otherwise it would pose a serious balance sheet overhang," Kavonic said.
loganair
20/8/2021
07:33
European markets set to open flat after sliding in previous session Published Fri, Aug 20 20212:14 AM EDT Silvia Amaro @Silvia_Amaro Key Points The FTSE 100 is seen higher by 4 points, the DAX in Germany is set to slip by 33 points and the CAC 40 in France is seen up by 8 points, according to data from IG. It comes as futures on the S&P 500 point to a flat open in the U.S. also.
waldron
19/8/2021
19:33
Am banking on a run up to XD for a hopefull cap gain in my wife's ISA Have set a Limit Order tomorrow @ £21 for £5k with my broker At the £21 level the dividend on 2 Sept of $2 will equal 6.9% I believe a lot of buyers will pile in for this. So, would look to sell into this rally on 1 Sept As the 1st September will be my 59th birthday she will either be treating me to something nice or handing me a wooden spoon.....lol
kipper999
19/8/2021
18:07
Muchos gracias kipper you are correct
waldron
19/8/2021
17:50
waldron, I see that DividendMax has the divi as 91c I think it's $2
kipper999
19/8/2021
17:48
Gateside 19 Aug '21 - 17:47 - 1092 of 1092 0 0 0 Dividend Data is also a good website hTTps://www.dividenddata.co.uk/ex-dividend-date-search.py?searchTerm=Bhp
waldron
19/8/2021
17:47
Dividend Data is also a good websitehTTps://www.dividenddata.co.uk/ex-dividend-date-search.py?searchTerm=Bhp
gateside
19/8/2021
17:29
Https://www.dividendmax.com/united-kingdom/london-stock-exchange/mining/bhp-group-plc/dividends
waldron
19/8/2021
15:45
Try DividendMax Think it's 2 Sept XD
kipper999
19/8/2021
15:14
Can anyone tell me the ex divided date please?Hard to understand the share price here when it will pay a 10.2% yield for the last 12 months. It is rare to find such a rock solid company making such a large payout.Presumably the market thinks this may be a one off bumper year and future dividends will be less. For those who don't know, any shares you buy before the ex divided date will qualify for the final dividend (about 6.2%) which you will receive in a matter of weeks. Yes, the share price will fall on ex dividend day but it usually recovers quite quickly. You will then get a twice yearly payout for as long as you hold the shares. The amount depends on how well the company does but the world is certainly going to need iron ore and commodities, particularly copper and battery elements for a long time yet.It looks a no brainer buy to me, just a matter of timing to ideally get them at the bottom of the present dip, though that probably will not make much difference to the long term performance in reality.Xylos
a0469514
19/8/2021
14:58
BHP to merge petroleum assets with Woodside in $29bn deal Oil & GasUpstreamOffshore By NS Energy Staff Writer 18 Aug 2021 Upon closing of the merger, Woodside’s shareholders will own a 52% stake in the enlarged oil and gas company, which will have production assets in Australian waters, the US Gulf of Mexico, offshore Trinidad and Tobago, and Senegal 210817_AURORA_Tile BHP and Woodside to merge their respective oil and gas businesses. (Credit: BHP) BHP Group has signed a merger commitment deed with Woodside Petroleum to combine its oil and gas business with the latter to create a A$41bn ($29.8bn) energy company. A sales and purchase agreement (SPA) in this regard is expected to be signed by the parties in October 2021. The consideration will involve the distribution of Woodside’s shares to BHP. Post-merger, Woodside’s shareholders will have a stake of 52% in the enlarged company, while BHP’s shareholders will own the remaining 48% stake. The combination is expected to create one of the top 10 energy companies in the world on the basis of production volumes. The enlarged firm will have nearly 200 million barrels of oil equivalent (MMboe) production in 2021. Of this, 46% will be liquefied natural gas (LNG), 29% will be oil and condensate, and 25% will be domestic gas and liquids. Its 2P reserves will be 2,023MMboe, while the 2C resources will be 8,356MMboe. The enlarged entity will have production assets in Australian waters, the US Gulf of Mexico, offshore Trinidad and Tobago, and Senegal. BHP has been reportedly planning an exit from oil and gas operations as part of its efforts to shift away from fossil fuels. BHP CEO Mike Henry said: “The merger of our petroleum assets with Woodside will create an organisation with the scale, capability and expertise to meet global demand for key oil and gas resources the world will need over the energy transition. “Bringing the BHP and Woodside assets together will provide choice for BHP shareholders, unlock synergies in how these assets are managed and allow capital to be deployed to the highest quality opportunities. “The merger will also enable the skills, talent and technology of both organisations to build a resilient future as the world’s needs evolve.” As part of their deal, Woodside and BHP have come up with a plan to target final investment decision (FID) for the Scarborough project in Australia by the year-end. In this connection, BHP will have an option to sell its stake of 26.5% in the Scarborough joint venture (JV) to Woodside. The company also agreed to divest its 50% stake in the Thebe and Jupiter joint ventures to Woodside, subject to the Scarborough JV reaching an FID by 15 December 2021. Should the deals take place, then BHP will be entitled to a payment of $1bn and a contingent amount of $100m, which will be subject to an FID taken on the Thebe development in the future. The option is exercisable by the company in the second half of next year. Woodside CEO and managing director Meg O’Neill said: “Merging Woodside with BHP’s oil and gas business delivers a stronger balance sheet, increased cash flow and enduring financial strength to fund planned developments in the near term and new energy sources into the future. “The proven capabilities of both Woodside and BHP will deliver long-term value for shareholders through our geographically diverse and balanced portfolio of tier 1 operating assets and low-cost and low-carbon growth opportunities.”; The merger, which is expected to be closed in Q2 2022, will be subject to confirmatory due diligence, negotiation and signing of transaction documents, and shareholder, regulatory, and other preceding conditions.
florenceorbis
18/8/2021
20:53
FTSE 100 to Lose Second-Biggest Name as BHP Goes Home By Harry Brumpton and Thomas Biesheuvel 17 août 2021, 08:42 UTC+2 Updated on 18 août 2021, 02:03 UTC+2 Biggest miner plans to change to primary listing in Australia Dual listing started in 2001 following Billiton merger The U.K.’s blue-chip FTSE 100 Index will lose its second-biggest stock by market value and the world’s largest mining company, after BHP Group announced plans to simplify its listing structure. BHP will move to a primary listing in Australia after collapsing a dual arrangement that dates back to the company’s creation 20 years ago when Australia’s BHP Ltd. merged with rival Billiton. The change, one of several announced Tuesday that also included a plan to exit the oil and gas business, means BHP can be more nimble in pursuing deals, Chief Executive Officer Mike Henry told reporters. However, the deletion from the FTSE 100 will also prompt asset managers and exchange-traded funds which track the benchmark to sell their holdings in BHP. And the loss will be a blow to the index -- the London Stock Exchange is seeking to attract new listings as the U.K. maps its future outside the European Union. It still includes several of the world’s other huge mining companies though, including No. 2 Rio Tinto Group, another dual-listed stock. “Clearly it’s a big blow losing such a heavyweight,” Neil Wilson, chief market analyst at Markets.com, said in an email. “But it will help balance the FTSE 100 a bit more with less leaning on basic resources. Bit less mining, bit more room for up-and-coming tech is surely not a terrible thing,” he said, adding that ultimately BHP is an Australian company at heart and should be listed there. BHP declined as much as 6.9% as of 10:02 a.m. in Sydney trading Wednesday, as the flagship S&P/ASX 200 index fell 0.4%. The producer rose 3.4% in London trading Tuesday.
waldron
18/8/2021
19:32
Https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/china-plans-to-reopen-copper-mine-in-afghanistan-8q9jxpcxn China plans to reopen copper mine in Afghanistan Beijing seeks closer ties with the Taliban Didi Tang, Beijing Wednesday August 18 2021, 12.00pm BST, The Times MATTHEW C RAINS/ALAMY A Chinese consortium awarded the contract to develop the world’s second-largest copper mine in Afghanistan is planning to return after years of delay as Beijing seeks closer ties with the Taliban. “We would consider reopening it after the situation is stabilised and international recognition, including the Chinese government’s recognition of the Taliban regime, take place,” an unnamed source at the state-owned China Metallurgical Group Corp (MCC Group) told the Global Times, a party-run newspaper. The group, along with another Chinese company, Jiangxi Copper, were awarded a 30-year contract worth $2.9 billion in 2008 to extract, smelt and process raw copper at the Mes Aynak copper mine, believed to the world’s second-largest with an estimated deposit of 5.5 million metric tonnes of high-quality copper ore.
waldron
18/8/2021
19:10
So, now the Taliban have taken over Afghanistan, they want to reopen the 'worlds second largest copper mine' with the help from the Chinese. Maybe selling off all oil & gas assets is not such a great idea A Chinese consortium awarded the contract to develop the world’s second-largest copper mine in Afghanistan is planning to return after years of delay as Beijing seeks closer ties with the Taliban. “We would consider reopening it after the situation is stabilised and international recognition, including the Chinese government’s recognition of the Taliban regime, take place,” an unnamed source at the state-owned China Metallurgical Group Corp (MCC Group) told the Global Times, a party-run newspaper. hxxps://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/china-plans-to-reopen-copper-mine-in-afghanistan-8q9jxpcxn
kipper999
18/8/2021
17:44
Hargreaves Lansdown - The effect of the unification of the corporate structure in Australia is more nuanced. Management point towards increased corporate flexibility as a major benefit of unification, making Merger's & Acquisitions easier, not least in the case of the Woodside deal. Practically speaking the unifications shouldn't affect shareholders too much, with BHP maintaining a London listing, but it does mean BHP would likely fall out of the FTSE 100.
loganair
18/8/2021
17:43
Ok, i guess the Woodside & listing uncertainty will sort itself out in the end. What really intrests me is where will the share price head over the next few day's to XD. For myself, am looking for a capital gain within my ISA Trading p/f account. IMB & HSBC go XD this week for 1.25/1.35% divi respectivly. So i can't see the share price moving a great lot prior. But BHP have just come out with a bumper dividend of $2, which if my sums add up, equates to a 6.5% return at £22 I'm going for the strategy of topping up on the way down with the possible chance of a rally to XD. Should this not quite work out i will hold and accept i got it wrong (again!!)& take the $2 divi
kipper999
18/8/2021
17:38
FWIW BHP NOT THE ONLY MINER THAT FELL TODAY Bhp 2,218 -5.94% Rio Tinto 5,338 -2.57% Anglo American 3,235.5 -2.21% Glencore 318.25 -1.94%
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