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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bp Plc LSE:BP. London Ordinary Share GB0007980591 $0.25
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 318.65 318.25 318.40 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 134,215.4 -18,203.6 -73.4 - 64,847

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/3/2021
07:53
Woke entered the English dictionary in 2017
rock star
09/3/2021
07:49
Company issued profit warning for 2Q in the recent results; be wary. Ride the waves as best you can, but likely this will go sub-300 again. Price of oil did not influence the 1st Quarter results, read carefully, company is being crippled by lack of demand of aviation fuel. This will not pick up in the short term, likely 3rd-4th Quarter.
richvandam
08/3/2021
22:11
Empathetic, aiming for equality, not sacrificing all for profit.
adukeofkent
08/3/2021
21:24
"woke" companies.... what does "woke" mean??? (Other than when I woke this morning)...
crazi
08/3/2021
17:54
Sold all my BP shares recently. Woke company’s are not good for investors.
rock star
08/3/2021
15:23
O'Reilly, an Irish "cowboy" builder with lots of gaps in his brick work....
plastow
08/3/2021
15:18
What about 394.87 gap, you don't believe that will fill too ?
f0rl0rn
08/3/2021
12:28
Irish - I'm not a believer in "chart gaps". The last time we spoke the share price was at 250 and you were telling me it was going to fall to 200 to fill a gap... What are you building? :-)
crazi
08/3/2021
11:39
BP staff set to work from home two days a week https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-56319623
philanderer
08/3/2021
11:14
C'mon Irish. Tell us what you're building. Is it a bridge?
ohojim
08/3/2021
11:08
Morning all crazi the reason this share price just dropped was it had to cover the closing gap from last Friday You guys just don't get it, its not all about BP, there's a much bigger picture to see back to building
irish luck
08/3/2021
09:13
I'm using 3 large monitors so that wouldnt work :-) Oil prices surged above $70 a barrel this morning following a drone attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities over the weekend. Saudi officials said on state television that the ttack hit one of the oil storage yards at the Ras Tanura port in the east of the country, with drones coming from the sea. Iran-backed Houthi forces in Yemen fired drones and missiles at key sites, raising concerns about production. A total of 14 drones and eight ballistic missiles were used in the operation, Yehia Serae, a Yemen Houthi military spokesman said in an online statement.
crazi
08/3/2021
09:07
Just use your smart phone there's no headers..
plastow
08/3/2021
09:03
Should we not start a new thread as this one the header takes up 90% of the screen...??? If you want to look at the charts go look at the charts. They don't need to be everywhere lol
crazi
08/3/2021
08:35
Someone is trying hard to hold this back... should be over 330 already with oil at this level!
crazi
08/3/2021
07:32
The big question is will that last gab ever get filled?? Down there
plastow
08/3/2021
07:23
Hi beergut If you mean the "gap" charts, then 20 and 50 MA.
ohojim
08/3/2021
07:17
Ohojim, Can you let me know what moving averages you use on your chart which you posted on the 4th March. Should be a good day with Oil over $70, and Biden coming Syria more times then he has given press conferences. Thanks,
beergut
07/3/2021
21:39
hTTps://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/Oil-Market-Even-Tighter-As-500000-Bpd-Come-Offline-In-Canada.html Oil supply just got a tad tighter..
gwatson56
06/3/2021
14:38
This is absolutely spot on, the exponential growth of the internal combustion engine in developing nations will most likely outstrip the contraction due to alternative energy adoption in developed nations. The company is just repositioning itself to get the most from both. And so am I.
pander45
06/3/2021
12:49
Zax The vast majority of PIs purchase their shares on the secondary market. Outside of RIs there’s pretty much no other way of purchasing from the corporation itself. I’m afraid you can’t claim to be somehow outside of their financing mechanism because you didn’t purchase direct from BP head office in London. No secondary market = no primary market = North Korea
run4muny
06/3/2021
11:20
The fact is, despite all the capital that's going to electric vehicles, and despite the crazy stock market valuation of these companies, they are probably not even going to be 10% of the entire stock of on-road passenger vehicles in ten years time. Which means demand for oil is going to grow. I personally happen to think that this is bad for our planet, and I don't want to fund these companies. But if I go and buy oil drillers, or if I buy Bp, if I buy their shares on the secondary market, I haven't given them any money. The people who use oil have funded them, by driving cars, flying in planes and using plastics. That's the problem to be addressed. An investor purchasing shares of oil companies in the secondary market isn't.
zaxarobal
06/3/2021
10:19
10 YEARS AHEAD.................The Greens want us to revert back to the Stone Age....Electric Vehicles won't be any use unless they can get them to recharge in the same timeframe as filling a car with Petrol.
investtofly
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