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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
  28.50 1.04% 2,780.00 2,779.50 2,780.50 2,800.50 2,752.00 2,756.00 1,148,245 16:29:32
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 54,679.0 27,248.2 502.1 5.6 140,733

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01/9/2022
14:40
If the weak pound stays weak won't that boost dividends s for UK investors.

Maybe I am confused between USA currency and Australian currency?

zeppo
01/9/2022
14:05
So, Why a 200p drop?
eggbaconandbubble
31/8/2022
15:55
$1.75 is over £1.50 per share at $1.16 to £1

It's over £1.45 per share at $1.20 to £1

nk104
31/8/2022
06:11
BHP Group Ltd., Caterpillar Inc. and Finning International Inc. have agreed to replace BHP's entire haul truck fleet at the Escondida copper mine in Chile.

The companies said Tuesday that the first of the new trucks, which will be Caterpillar 798 AC electric trucks, are expected to arrive at the mine in the second half of 2023. Delivery of the remaining trucks will extend over the next 10 years.

The companies said that the fleet, currently comprised of over 160 haul trucks, is one of the largest fleets in the global industry.

The copper mine is located in the Antofagasta region in northern Chile, the companies said.

Finning will provide technical support for the fleet through its integrated knowledge center located in the region.



Write to Kathryn Hardison at kathryn.hardison@wsj.com



(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 30, 2022 17:39 ET (21:39 GMT)

la forge
31/8/2022
06:04
Https://www.cnbc.com/2022/08/31/fortescue-bhp-vale-optimistic-china-will-support-steel-iron-ore-demand.html
waldron
26/8/2022
09:28
Oz Minerals' Shareholders Back Rejection of BHP Takeover


Oz Minerals Ltd.'s chief executive Friday said shareholders have backed the copper-and-gold miner's decision to swiftly reject a takeover approach from BHP Group Ltd., the world's biggest miner by market value.

waldron
24/8/2022
10:23
WDS may pay an interim divi when its half year results are announced on 30 August. For those BHP investors who became entitled to, and retained, their WDS shares, the total divi receivable is the sum of the two holdings' payments, being the BHP final plus the WDS interim, assuming it pays out, and not just the BHP $1.75 divi alone. The same applies of course to all future divis from the two companies provided investors retain their WDS shares.

So if people want to compare the latest with previous divis, it's this combined payment which should be measured against earlier BHP divis.

anhar
22/8/2022
07:12
Sorry total $3.25
action
21/8/2022
10:01
Exd 01.09.22 . Divi $3.50.
action
18/8/2022
07:44
Dividends

-- On 1 June 2022, the merger of BHP's Petroleum business with Woodside was completed. BHP paid a fully franked in specie dividend and distributed Woodside shares to eligible BHP shareholders. The implied value of the in specie dividend was US$19.6 billion or US$3.86 per BHP share.

-- We will pay a final dividend of US$1.75 per share or US$8.9 billion, including an additional amount of US$3.0 billion above the minimum payout policy. This is equivalent to a 76 per cent payout ratio(ii) (2021: 92 per cent).

-- In total, record dividends of US$36.0 billion (US$7.11 per share) have been determined for the 2022 financial year, including the in specie dividend of US$19.6 billion (US$3.86 per share) and an additional amount of US$5.8 billion above the minimum payout policy.

grupo guitarlumber
18/8/2022
07:42
Outlook(vii)

Economic outlook

Population growth, the infrastructure required for decarbonisation and rising living standards are all expected to drive demand for steel, non-ferrous metals and fertilisers for decades.

In the near term, BHP's operating environment is expected to remain volatile. Growth momentum has slowed across many key regions, and caution remains due to geopolitical uncertainty as well as COVID-19. This is particularly evident in advanced economies, as central banks pursue anti-inflationary policy and Europe's energy crisis is an additional source of concern. China's economy is expected to improve as the 2023 financial year progresses. Infrastructure and the automotive sector are already responding to policy support, however a rebound in housing activity is expected to take somewhat longer.

Industry wide inflationary pressures continue to lift and steepen operating cost curves and extend timelines for project delivery. Many commodity-linked uncontrollable costs, such as diesel, increased to record highs in the 2022 financial year, and energy costs remain vulnerable to global geopolitical developments. The lag effect of inflation, as well as labour market tightness is expected to impact our cost base throughout the 2023 financial year. Exchange rates have adjusted rapidly against the evolving macroeconomic backdrop, with the pronounced US dollar strength providing a partial offset for local currency cost inflation in our major operating jurisdictions.

The net result of these many challenges is that the marginal cost of production is now estimated to be markedly higher than it was prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. This implies that price support is also expected to be higher than in previous cycles and low-cost operators stand to capture higher relative margins in certain commodities.

grupo guitarlumber
18/8/2022
07:29
Cnbc contributor says commodity including oil will go up 20% per year for next 10 years with up and down on the way. DYOR.
action
16/8/2022
12:19
https://investingnews.com/daily/resource-investing/energy-investing/uranium-investing/largest-uranium-companies/
j4ckthehat
16/8/2022
12:06
Susannah Streeter, a senior investment and markets analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown, said: 'Despite China's fragility, commodity giant BHP Billiton sees it as the more reliable source of revenue ahead, while other advanced economies face more of a struggle amid rising inflationary pressures.

'Weaker commodity prices, especially for industrial metals, remain a risk for the miner ahead especially given worries about China's property sector, although its strong cost control and low-cost operations should give it resilience amid the uncertainty.'

loganair
16/8/2022
08:52
The market seems to think so today, SOLG up 5%+, likely bid speculation (again). Great numbers by BHP, surely Cascabel is top of their most wanted list??
davethehorse
16/8/2022
07:54
Are they lining up a bid for SOLG with all that cash?
davethehorse
16/8/2022
07:28
The Board has determined to pay a final dividend of US$1.75 per share or US$8.9 billion, which includes an additional amount of US$0.60 per share (equivalent to US$3.0 billion) above the 50% minimum payout policy. Total cash dividends announced of US$3.25 per share, equivalent to a 77% payout ratio.
loganair
16/8/2022
07:20
My limit order to sale gone for 2344p. Higher than my limit. This will be going up.
action
16/8/2022
03:59
Https://www.proactiveinvestors.com/companies/news/990150/bhp-delivers-strong-financials-as-wall-st-rallies-again-and-oil-plummets-990150.html
grupo
16/8/2022
03:49
BHP Earnings Nearly Triple as Coal Prices Run Hot


World’s biggest miner warns central bank action risks slowdown in developed economies but China’s policies are supporting commodity prices.


BHP’s results reflected, among several factors, a surge in coal prices as buyers sought supply after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine disrupted trade flows

By Rhiannon Hoyle
Aug. 15, 2022 9:04 pm ET


ADELAIDE, Australia—BHP Group Ltd. said its annual profit nearly tripled as it benefited from the sale of its petroleum business and strong commodity prices, but it signaled an uncertain outlook as rising interest rates take their toll on developed economies.

BHP, the world’s biggest miner by market value, on Tuesday reported a net profit of $30.90 billion for its fiscal year through June, up from a profit of $11.30 billion in the same period a year earlier. The result included an exceptional gain of $7.1 billion, largely because of the merger of its petroleum business with Woodside Energy Group Ltd.

[The Wall Street Journal]

grupo
14/8/2022
10:15
FWIW

Consensus full year dividend $3.44 per Stocko. Interim was $1.50 leaves $1.94 for the final.

That's a 7% final dividend if they're correct.

podgyted
13/8/2022
17:48
A divi boost as with the Interims would be most welcome!
zeppo
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