Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bhp Group Limited LSE:BHP London Ordinary Share AU000000BHP4 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  29.00 1.05% 2,780.50 2,779.50 2,781.00 2,800.50 2,752.00 2,756.00 1,676,723 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 54,679.0 27,248.2 502.1 5.6 140,758

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Thanks all - it was back the next day. But it's the sort of thing that they should be able to do on the day.
I'm with ii and everything is correct.

Recorded as BHP Group Ltd with the correct value

My broker has already changed by BHP shares and are now showing up as - BHP GROUP LTD NPV - with their full market value.
31 Jan '22 - 15:03 - 1304 of 1307
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Those planks at ii have my BHP shares showing as nil value today.
Your shares are now BHP Limited, and so they (II) should change that. The EPIC stays the same.

BHP is forecast by Macquarie to declare an interim dividend of $1.30 per share, up 29% year-over-year, when it reports interim earnings on Feb. 15. The miner's payout will likely comprise a minimum dividend of $0.89/share and an additional amount of $0.41/share, Macquarie said.

"We also expect BHP to announce its new net debt target range," said Macquarie, which rates BHP at outperform. "However, we argue that this metric could carry less weight going forward, as the unified company is now more flexible in undertaking non-cash M&A activities."

Plc Shareholders will receive one New Limited Share for each Plc Share they held at 9:00pm (GMT) on 28 January 2022.

-- Limited Shares, including New Limited Shares, will be admitted to the standard listing segment of the FCA Official List and to trading on the Main Market of the LSE under the ticker "BHP" with trading commencing on the LSE with effect from 8:00am (GMT) on 31 January 2022

BHP delisted in London which is why it's not showing in your account. You will probably have to transfer the shares to a platform that deals Australian shares in order to deal.
Those planks at ii have my BHP shares showing as nil value today.
I know it's more a day to buy than sell but I've no free cash to do so.
Thanks anhar. Anyone else feel like selling everything today? Awful day.
There will be no withholding tax on divis paid to UK investors in BHP Ltd. This is stated in the circular they issued about the reorganisation. So it should be little different to the current situation for BHP Plc.

Not sure but i believe no changes regarding tax

22 Jan '22 - 11:59 - 1297 of 1297
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How will dividends work for UK holders? Will there be withholding tax? Thanks in advance.

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How will dividends work for UK holders? Will there be withholding tax? Thanks in advance.
You have no option about conversion to the Australian company BHP Ltd, it will be compulsory. However the company has stated that the shares will be traded in London.
Does anyone know what will happen to my LON:BHP shares over the following months? I'm happy to hold onto the company but my broker is unable to trade with the ASX. Will I have the option to select whether I want the shares converted to BHP Ltd or the new LSE issue? Thanks
BHP Shareholders Approve Unification Resolutions

BHP Group Ltd. said shareholders have approved a plan to end its dual listing in London.

The company still needs approval from a U.K. court, a hearing for which is expected to be held on Jan. 25, BHP said.

TOP NEWS: BHP hit by Covid labour crunch and wet weather in first half

Wed, 19th Jan 2022 08:09

Alliance News

(Alliance News) - BHP Group PLC on Wednesday released some uninspiring production figures, with everything from maintenance issues to Covid-induced labour shortages to wet weather hurting output in its first half.

BHP shares ended 0.3% lower at AUD46.56 in Sydney on Tuesday. In Johannesburg, the stock was down 1.0% to ZAR497.47. In London, it was up 0.4% at 2,424.00 pence.

In the six months to December 31, copper production fell 12% year-on-year to 742,000 tonnes while the metal's average realised price rose 30% to USD4.31 per pound. The fall in production was due to maintenance at Olympic Dam in Australia.

Iron ore production rose 0.8% to 129.4 million tonnes. The average price

booked in the half was USD113.54 per wet metric tonne, up 9% to a year prior but down 28% compared to the six months ended June 30, 2021.

Metallurgical coal output slipped 8.0% in the half to 17.7 million tonnes compared to 2020's 19.2 million tonnes. Its realised price soared, however, multiplying to USD259.71 per tonne from USD97.61 a tonne.

Meanwhile, energy coal production came in at 7.2 million tonnes, rising 4.3% from 6.9 million. Thermal coal's price also rocketed, jumping to USD137.68 a tonne from USD44.35.

Nickel production sunk 15% to 39,300 tonnes from 46,200 tonnes, while the cost of the metal rose 30% to USD19,651 per tonne.

"BHP was fatality free at our operated assets for the third consecutive year. Our continuing focus on people and on operational reliability enabled us to achieve near record production in iron ore and to reduce the impacts of adverse weather and Covid-19 related labour constraints in our operations," Chief Executive Mike Henry said.

Looking ahead, BHP left its financial 2022 production guidance unchanged for iron ore, energy coal and nickel. But the miner lowered its metallurgical coal guidance to between 38 and 41 million tonnes from 39 to 44 million.

BHP also said its copper production outlook is trending towards the low end of its guidance range, which was set between 1.6 and 1.8 million tonnes.

By Greg Roxburgh;

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BHP Group Ltd. said first-half group production was roughly 4% weaker than a year earlier because of lower copper and metallurgical coal volumes.

The company said its annual output of metallurgical coal, used in steelmaking, will now likely be less than forecast earlier, while annual copper production is tipped to be at the low end of an BHP's projected range.

The world's No. 1 miner on Wednesday reported an 8% first-half fall in metallurgical coal output, to 17.7 million metric tons. It now projects full-year production of 38 million-41 million tons rather than 39 million-44 million tons as previously estimated.

BHP said it produced 742,000 tons of copper in its first half, down 12% on a year earlier. The miner now expects full-year output at the low end of its 1.59 million-1.76 million projection.

BHP reported a 1% lift in first-half iron-ore output to 129.4 million tons. BHP is the world's third-largest producer of the steel ingredient.

Write to Rhiannon Hoyle at

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

January 18, 2022 17:08 ET (22:08 GMT)

Thomas Biesheuvel & Dinesh Nair 08:49 PM IST, 18 Jan 2022 11:31 PM IST, 18 Jan 2022

BHP Revives Appetite for Deals With Biggest Rivals in Sights (Bloomberg)

-- After sitting dormant for more than a decade, BHP Group -- once mining’s most aggressive dealmaker -- is positioning itself for a return to large-scale

Upcoming events

19 January 2022, 8:30 AM Melbourne time (approximate)

BHP Operational Review
For the half year ended 31 December 2021

20 January 2022, 10:00 AM GMT

BHP Group Plc Scheme Meeting

20 January 2022, 10:30 AM GMT

BHP Group Plc General Meeting

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Release Time IMMEDIATE
Date 17 January 2022
Release Number 1/22

Update on BHP Group Limited General Meeting to approve unification proposal

Given the ongoing COVID-19 situation in Melbourne, BHP Group Limited has today announced that the General Meeting of BHP Group Limited on 20 January 2022 to approve BHP's unification proposal will be held as an online meeting.

BHP is committed to health and safety, including the health and safety of our shareholders and our people. Accordingly, as foreshadowed as a possible contingency plan in the Notice of Limited General Meeting released on 8 December 2021, BHP has today decided that the BHP Group Limited meeting will be held as an online meeting instead of an in-person meeting in Melbourne.

The date and time of the meeting remain unchanged. The meeting will be held online at 6:00pm (Melbourne time) on Thursday, 20 January 2022. The business to be considered at the meeting also remains unchanged, and is set out in the original Notice of Limited General Meeting. There are no changes to the arrangements for the BHP Group Plc scheme and general meetings also being held on 20 January and related to unification.

BHP recognises the importance of the meeting as an opportunity for BHP Group Limited shareholders to consider and vote on the unification proposal. BHP Group Limited shareholders will be able to ask questions and vote in real time via an online platform.

Participating in the meeting online

As was the case with last year's Annual General Meeting, BHP Group Limited Shareholders can view the meeting live, ask questions on the items of business and cast live votes during the meeting, once they have registered their attendance on the Lumi platform.

-- Enter the following URL in your browser : Https://
-- The meeting ID for the meeting is: 359037399

-- Your username is your Shareholder Reference Number (SRN) / Holder Identification Number (HIN).

-- Your password is your postcode registered on your holding if you are an Australian shareholder.

Overseas shareholders should refer to the user guide available at


Online registration will open at 5.00pm (Melbourne time) on Thursday 20 January 2022 (one hour before the meeting).

For the best shareholder experience, BHP recommends using a computer to access the Lumi website. For further details on accessing Lumi and joining the meeting, please refer to BHP's website at Https:// in advance of the meeting.

Appointed proxies may contact Computershare Investor Services on +61 3 9415 4024 (in the hour prior to the meeting starting) to obtain their unique username and password to participate in the meeting.

Further information on BHP can be found at:

Authorised for lodgement by:

Stefanie Wilkinson

Group Company Secretary

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