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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
  14.50 0.51% 2,855.00 2,854.50 2,857.50 2,880.50 2,834.50 2,840.50 3,717,581 16:35:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 54,679.0 27,248.2 502.1 5.8 144,529

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/7/2022
16:51
Egg and bacon it's a good trading share and even if you mess up it's a very good dividend share. So you just move them from your trading to your dividend pot for a while til they recover.
spawny100
08/7/2022
16:50
BHP Group Ltd. said Friday that it is considering seeking permission to appeal a judgement by the U.K. Court of Appeal that allows a claim by an action group relating to the Samarco dam failure in November 2015.

The case was bought by an action group seeking compensation following the Samarco dam failure on Nov. 5, 2015 which lead to flooding in two nearby villages, killing 19 people.

BHP said it continues to defend itself against the U.K. group action, deeming the action "unnecessary" as the company believes it duplicates matters already covered by the existing and continuing work of the Renova Foundation and legal proceedings in Brazil.

BHP said the foundation has already provided 1.5 billion pounds ($1.8 billion) in compensation and direct aid to more than 376,000 people affected by the dam failure.



Write to Ian Walker at ian.walker@wsj.com



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July 08, 2022 06:46 ET (10:46 GMT)

waldron
08/7/2022
16:47
Action - Yes.
loganair
08/7/2022
16:45
If we buy bhp shares in London stock exchange do you get divi pls ? Anyone
action
08/7/2022
16:37
Great for day trading if you dare!!!
eggbaconandbubble
08/7/2022
15:50
Https://www.finder.com/uk/buy-bhp-billiton-shares
waldron
08/7/2022
15:23
Https://www.gov.uk/tax-buy-shares


To do with incorporation

waldron
08/7/2022
14:49
No stamp duty on BHP? anyone know why?
action
02/7/2022
13:03
Biggest “green metal” producers:

Besides Codelco, the largest producers of copper are Freeport, BHP and Glencore. BHP and Glencore have an advantage over the Chilean and American miners as they’re well diversified. Copper is only part of BHP’s portfolio, alongside iron ore, nickel and coal. Glencore also produces copper and coal, but its mines also draw zinc, lead, cobalt, nickel, gold and silver. According to Rystad Energy, global nickel demand is expected to outstrip supply by 2024 as it is a key component in both steel production and batteries for electric vehicles. Battery demand also accounts for around two-thirds of global demand for cobalt.

In some respects then, Glencore and BHP are some of the best ways to invest in the green energy boom. Not only do they provide exposure to the metal itself but also other key components of the battery supply chain. Still, there are some drawbacks to investing in these businesses. As well as producing commodities, Glencore trades commodities around the world through its marketing arm. This business can be highly profitable and it’s also pretty difficult to get into, which gives the group a competitive advantage. No other company in the world has as much insight into global commodity markets as the trading giant.

This year the trading house has been capitalising on what it is calling “pricing differentials” in disrupted energy markets. As a result of these “differentials” the company expects half-year adjusted earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) of $3.2bn for its marketing and trading arm this year. That’s at the top end of management’s long-term EBIT guidance band.

However, Glencore does not provide granular information on how this side of the business operates. In fact, it’s a bit of a black box. Trading commodities requires access to huge amounts of short-term capital to fund purchases. This money is paid back when the commodity is delivered to a client, and to make sure it doesn’t lose out on the deal, Glencore also relies on derivative contracts to guarantee a fixed price on delivery. On a day-to-day basis the corporation may have tens of billions of dollars of short-term loans outstanding with billions more in derivative contracts. So in some regards Glencore is an investment bank as well as a mining group.

BHP does not have the same financial exposure. Unlike Glencore its primary business model is and has always been producing commodities. Over the past five years, BHP has undergone a significant transformation. It has cut costs and dramatically improved efficiency, putting it in the perfect place to capitalise on the current commodity price boom. Last year the group generated operating cash flow of $11.5bn and free cash flow of $8.5bn. BHP is a lot easier to understand than Glencore primarily because it does not have a trading business. Strong cash flows have allowed the group to reduce net debt to $6.1bn (from $11.8bn in 2020) and distribute record amounts of cash to investors. Over the 18 months to the end of December, BHP returned $22bn (£18.3bn) to shareholders. To put that into perspective, there are only 26 companies in the FTSE 100 with a market capitalisation greater than £18.3bn.

loganair
22/6/2022
07:43
I am assuming the info. is in that latest RNS.

https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/anglo-pacific-APF/share-news/Anglo-Pacific-Group-PLC-Increase-to-Coal-Royalty-R/88414662

zorija
22/6/2022
06:24
What message/post number?
eggbaconandbubble
21/6/2022
22:06
hTTps://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=11198968
gateside
21/6/2022
22:05
It's explained on the Anglo Pacific bb this afternoon - which spiked up 10% on the news
gateside
21/6/2022
21:17
And how is increasing tax on coal production going to make the share price rise????
eggbaconandbubble
21/6/2022
20:39
I expect this will be the reason for the rise this afternoon.hTTps://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-06-21/coal-royalty-increase-in-queensland-state-budget-mining-industry/101169756
gateside
21/6/2022
20:04
What caused that blip-up this afternoon???
eggbaconandbubble
20/6/2022
09:06
Mining Firms' Cautious Spending Threatens Shift to Green Energy


Rio Tinto, BHP and other big miners are giving priority to investor payouts instead of funding for new projects.





(END) Dow Jones Newswires

June 20, 2022 03:15 ET (07:15 GMT)

misca2
07/6/2022
18:36
Smart move ... possibly??? ... but there's also a fair chance WDS will take off like a rocket from here.

I'm going to be quite careful and watch my every move ... but I think the smart money will be piling into WDS, not selling out.

Each to their own ... DYOR.

saltraider
07/6/2022
18:30
Traded am yesterday. Added BHP shares with the proceeds from the WDS.

Bigger divi according to Ian Cowie in Sunday Times 5th June.

No problem for my broker even though WDS were awaited.

zeppo
07/6/2022
17:00
IWeb showed the shares yesterday and I was able to trade them first thing this morning.
10576190
07/6/2022
16:27
Anyone with Barclays received their WDS shares? Thanks for responses H
sutherlh
07/6/2022
16:24
I have Woodside shares fully credited to my account (DEGIRO) but they do not have an share price attached and I can't trade them yet. DEGIRO is indicating that the first price will be 'end of day' value today. I'm assuming they will be priced tomorrow, if not later today.

I guess DEGIRO is just being cautious and allowing the price to settle after an initial day's trading without exposing retail investors to the initial pricing risk.

I'd rather have been able to trade the shares right from the off. But I'm not complaining any too much.

saltraider
07/6/2022
16:17
Woodside (WDS) is already showing up with my broker.
loganair
07/6/2022
16:03
Still no Woodside shares in my Barclays ISA. Any one else the same? H
sutherlh
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