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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
  45.00 1.64% 2,796.50 2,795.50 2,796.50 2,800.50 2,752.00 2,756.00 1,043,518 15:42:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 54,679.0 27,248.2 502.1 5.6 141,568

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/5/2022
11:35
Bit early with the top up Gary. Same as me!
spawny100
25/5/2022
10:14
Cheers Gary
podgyted
25/5/2022
09:36
ebb, Maybe around a 10% reduction in the $350 FY dividend.So could still be around a 10% yield atm.Pogdyted WDS will trade UK on 06/06/2022.Currently $21.15 US Adr.UK price 1681.50p,overnight.
garycook
25/5/2022
08:55
Garycook - but will they be able to maintain the divi without the petroleum business?
eggbaconandbubble
25/5/2022
08:48
The code on the Australian Securities Exchange has changed from WPL to WDS to reflect the name change to Woodside Energy
gateside
25/5/2022
08:28
Does anyone know how this divestment is treated for tax ( Income and CGT )purposes ? Is the value of the Woodside shares on the 1st June treated as a cash dividend and the "purchase cost" of Woodside at the price on that day for CGT
OR the purchase cost of Woodside treated as £0 for CGT purposes and no cash dividend value
Or something else

betman
25/5/2022
07:35
Change of name - Woodside Petroleum becomes Woodside Energy.

The name change reflects an anticipated portfolio evolution through the energy transition.

loganair
25/5/2022
07:31
Have they set-up a UK quote for Woodside shares?
podgyted
25/5/2022
07:26
Topped up at 2450p on the 10% XC drop.Giving a 11% dividend yield atm
garycook
24/5/2022
19:00
BHP goes ex-dividend for the entitlement for Woodside shares tomorrow.
gateside
24/5/2022
17:12
And more on potash. The "conspiracy theorists" who've been suggesting deliberate WEF sabotage of global food chains are looking quite rational at the moment. Cui bono? Behemoths like BHP who can control supply of fertiliser

Https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/cp-rail-train-derailment-hwy-3-fort-macleod-alberta-rcmp-1.6462783

Https://www.mining.com/bhp-to-speed-up-jansen-potash-mine-as-ukraine-war-weighs-on-supplies/

spawny100
21/5/2022
20:31
Good article re potash.

Https://www.smh.com.au/business/companies/bhp-eyes-a-windfall-driven-by-the-war-20220518-p5ambv.html

spawny100
20/5/2022
08:20
Merger with Woodside Petroleum.

1 New Woodside Petroleum (Woodside) Depositary Interest (DI) for every 5.534 BHP Group (BHP) DIs held on 26th May 2022.

Please note that the number of Existing BHP DIs you hold will not be affected by the Merger and Dividend in Specie of Woodside DIs.

Important Information & Other Key Dates:

On 11th April 2022, BHP and Woodside announced that they had reached agreement on the terms of a recommended Merger. The Merger will be implemented by way of a Dividend in Specie of Woodside DIs to BHP holders.

Subject to acquiring the necessary approvals, the Merger is expected to become effective on 1st June 2022.

The New Woodside DIs are expected to be received on or after 6th June 2022. Please note, we will not communicate to you again unless the terms of the event change. Your normal dividend handling options will not apply to this distribution.

Unless you hold your DIs in a ShareBuilder account, no fractions of DIs will be issued. Any resulting cash entitlements will be dealt with in accordance with our Terms & Conditions.

The New Woodside DIs are expected to be admitted to trading on London Stock Exchange on 6th June 2022.

loganair
19/5/2022
20:56
Woodside Petroleum has followed up its application to list its shares in London with a similar application for a New York listing as it prepares for its merger with BHP’s petroleum.

The listing is expected to become effective once the merger completes, which is targeted for 01 June.

Woodside says the merger will result in more than $US400 million in synergies each year from optimised corporate processes and systems, as well as a reduction in its gearing from 22 per cent to 8 per cent.

loganair
19/5/2022
20:47
BHP Group has recently announced a Dividend In Specie, whereby holders are expected to receive 1 new share in Woodside Petroleum Limited for every 5.5340 BHP Group shares held.

Once further information is released by the company or registrar, and once the event reaches an appropriate stage where the distribution rate and dates are confirmed, we will issue you with the details of the Corporate Action.

The ex-entitlement date of the Dividend In Specie is expected to be 25th May 2022.

gateside
12/5/2022
10:13
spoke too soon f56 but doing better than some


Rio Tinto
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Bhp
2,495 -4.44%


Anglo American
3,173 -6.61%



Glencore
444.15 -6.69%

florenceorbis
11/5/2022
17:02
BHP doing well?
f56
05/5/2022
15:02
And would be doing a shed load better today if it weren't the septics coming in 800 odd points down!
eggbaconandbubble
03/5/2022
08:03
"The world’s biggest miner BHP Group fell 13% before recovering to £27.25 on Friday, ending the week 7% below what I paid a fortnight ago. BHP is yielding 10.1%". Ian Cowie
masurenguy
21/4/2022
07:59
Proactive

08:39 Thu 21 Apr 2022

BHP lowers copper production target after issues in Chile

The Aussie-listed mining titan kept guidance unchanged for iron ore, metallurgical coal and thermal coal

Copper production

Chile has been hit by staff shortages

BHP Ltd has cut its copper production target for this year due to problems at its Escondida mine in Chile, with its nickel target also lowered.

The Aussie-listed mining titan kept guidance unchanged for iron ore, metallurgical coal and thermal coal, though it cautioned it expects labour shortages in Chile and Australia to remain an issue before potentially easing in 2023.

Iron ore production fell 10% to 189.1Mt in the three months to March 2022 due to Covid issues and train driver shortages flagged earlier in the week by Rio Tinto, its partner in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

Nickel output over the quarter also dropped 13% though there was a 20% rise in metallurgical coal production due to better productivity and less rainfall than the previous quarter. Prices of coal currently are at all-time highs.

Mike Henry, BHP's chief executive, said the disruptions at Escondida included Covid, staffing and public road blockages in the Antofagasta region.

The Jansen potash project in Canada remains on track with good progress on the shafts, he added.

BHP was criticised for going ahead with the development by some investors, but prices of fertiliser have rocketed since the onset of the Ukraine war.

Henry added the war was leading to rising costs across the business.

“Market volatility and inflationary pressures have increased further as a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

“We continue our work to mitigate cost pressures through a sharp focus on operational reliability and cost discipline.

“While we expect conditions to improve during the course of the 2023 calendar year, we anticipate the skills shortages and overall labour market tightness in Australia and Chile to continue in the period ahead.”

sarkasm
21/4/2022
07:39
A BAD DAY FOR MINERS


Rio Tinto
5,711 -2.38%


Bhp
2,829.5 -2.08%


Anglo American
3,824 -5.24%

Glencore
502.2 -3.22%

sarkasm
21/4/2022
06:29
BHP Group Ltd. said it will likely produce less copper and nickel this fiscal year than previously anticipated, but stuck to its production goal for iron ore despite setbacks from a tight labor market.

The world's largest miner by market value on Thursday said it now expects to produce 1.57 million-1.62 million metric tons of copper in the year through June, down from an earlier estimate of 1.59 million-1.76 million tons.

The downgrade reflects lowered production guidance for the Escondida mine, where output fell sharply last quarter as Covid-19 infections reduced its available workforce and public road blockades affected access to the site for both workers and supplies.

BHP has a majority stake in Escondida, the world's largest copper mine.

The miner said it produced 369,700 tons of copper during its fiscal third quarter, up 1% quarter-on-quarter but down 6% on the year-earlier period.

BHP also cut a full-year production estimate for its nickel business, to 80,000-85,000 tons from 85,000-95,000 tons. Again, it cited labor challenges in part due to workers isolating because of Covid-19.

The company said third-quarter nickel output totaled 18,700 tons, down 13% quarter-on-quarter and 8% on the year-earlier period.

BHP said its iron ore operations also faced setbacks, but the company kept its full-year target unchanged at 249 million-259 million tons.

"Our WA [Western Australia] iron ore business continues to perform strongly as we navigate the state's first major Covid-19 wave, and we remain on track to achieve full year volume and cost guidance," said Chief Executive Mike Henry.

The miner said it produced 59.7 million tons of iron ore during the three months through March. That was up 1% on a year ago but down 10% quarter-on-quarter.

Covid-19 infections affected labor availability at its pits, while the miner also grappled with a shortage of train drivers, it said.

BHP said its production of metallurgical coal was stronger because of lesser rainfall than the prior period and improved truck productivity. Quarterly output of that commodity climbed to 10.6 million tons, up 10% on the year-earlier period and 20% on the quarter immediately prior.

BHP kept its full-year estimate unchanged at 38 million-41 million tons.

Mr. Henry highlighted heightened market volatility and rising inflation pressures following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. BHP will seek to mitigate pressures by keeping a sharp focus on operational reliability and cost discipline, he said.

"While we expect conditions to improve during the course of the 2023 calendar year, we anticipate the skills shortages and overall labor market tightness in Australia and Chile to continue in the period ahead," Mr. Henry said.



Write to Rhiannon Hoyle at rhiannon.hoyle@wsj.com



(END) Dow Jones Newswires

April 20, 2022 19:49 ET (23:49 GMT)

waldron
16/4/2022
17:14
Https://www.bhp.com/investor-centre/upcoming-events



21 April 2022, 8:30 AM Melbourne time (approximate)

BHP Operational Review
For the nine months ended 31 March 2022

sarkasm
15/4/2022
16:40
might gap up fantasically if results great on 20th April

we shall see


Https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/BHP-GROUP-PLC-47281658/

waldron
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