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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.45 -1.16% 295.00 48,116,921 16:35:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
295.90 296.00 299.50 294.00 298.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 134,215.42 -18,203.56 -73.45 60,034
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:51:52 O 10,122 296.218 GBX

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Bp Daily Update: Bp Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BP.. The last closing price for Bp was 298.45p.
Bp Plc has a 4 week average price of 289.70p and a 12 week average price of 250.35p.
The 1 year high share price is 376.15p while the 1 year low share price is currently 188.54p.
There are currently 20,350,428,926 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 59,840,982 shares. The market capitalisation of Bp Plc is £60,033,765,331.70.
wolansm: Just saw bp proud to support the transgender community, how about just concentrating on getting the share price back up, instead of following the latest Fads ... not saying I don't support the community just think Looney should do what he is overpaid to do
plastow: Let's see the reaction tomorrow in the share price ftse up oil up BP up or down...,??
bracke: Good day optomistic OK a little moan but don't make a habit of it, there's enough doom and gloom around without your two pennyworth. "I have been looking at the algorithm that you posted and it looks interesting but the range between buys and sells looks very close especially as the candle has to be completed before the signal is set." ================================================================================= Yes they are close when the share price is in a tight range but other than that they are wider especially on the longer timeframes ie. daily, 4 hour 1 hour. Yes the candle has to complete to get the 'final paint'. It is a very simple algo but I find it useful. "On comparing the MACD you posted it seems to me that buying signals on crossovers are not as frequent but do appear to give better return." ================================================================================ Correct. A crossover suggests a larger move and therefore a better return. "I will not ask for your view as no doubt ask or not I will be sure to get one." ================================================================================ Bloody cheek! I've a good mind not to give you a view (thinks.......forsooth yon optomistic knoweth me too well.) As I posted I use the algo in conjunction with other indicators. It is useful for entry to a trade but I do not wait for an exit 'paint'. I exit based on price action and my other indicators. "Hope you are having a good day as some of the original holders in AHT must be having...ah well I did hold them once :-(" ============================================================================== I also held them once but that's another story.
optomistic: I believe from memory that our break even price was Brent at $40. Here we are at $70 and we are flopping about like a wet rag at 320p. Cash flow should be enormously positive...what is holding the BP share price back, market worried about the direction BP is taking?
slinkyj: Yes I sold on his word variants were going to be an issue. Turned out market ignored it. So I just waited while investing elsewhere like ASOS and redrow. Got back in when he gave me the nod. That the threat was minimises snd so happens that Bp was on a down channel . No one can predict where it would stop but the region was not far off. Today is me in the green by a fair bit. I'm holding this until mid 300's before top slicing. Sorry if I was a bit sharp earlier that language is It acceptable. I do have my own mind and I opinions and even with "the nod" I still worry when I see confusing share price status of BP. But today has made me realise it's all about momentum and timing. 2 day later and you missed a good % of the bull run. Entry at 252 or 264 doesn't matter when we are heading for the 300's again
invisage: This link from BP website is useful: It shows Year to date Brent has averaged $55.18/bbl higher then all the quarters in 2020. Also it shows refining margins headed upwards. I keep referring back to Slide 14 as it shows BP's internal model for cash generation at the various Brent prices......if we do achieve Citi's $64/bbl forecast in 2021 then BP will be well ahead of the Q4 promise of Net Debt to $35bn and buy backs may start earlier. It is worth bearing in mind every buyback historically has resulted in a significant re-rating of BP share price. A) It discourages shorters B) The loose stock is mopped up. At $61/Brent there is a decent margin of safety (with BP's Oil price guidance being $45-50/bbl in 2021 ) if Oil price pulls back which is definitely possible short term given the run its had.
invisage: How long before BP raises their guidance on Oil price from $45-50/bbl? The U.S. Energy Information Administration has raised its Brent and West Texas Intermediate oil price forecasts for 2021 and 2022 The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) has raised its Brent and West Texas Intermediate (WTI) oil price forecasts for 2021 and 2022, its February short term energy outlook (STEO) report has revealed. According to the latest report, the EIA now sees Brent spot prices averaging $53.20 per barrel this year and $55.19 per barrel next year and WTI spot prices averaging $50.21 per barrel this year and $51.56 per barrel next year. The EIA’s previous STEO, which was released in January, saw Brent spot prices averaging $52.70 per barrel in 2021 and $53.44 per barrel in 2022. It projected that WTI spot prices would average $49.70 per barrel in 2021 and $49.81 per barrel in 2022. In its latest STEO, the EIA highlighted that Brent spot prices averaged $55 per barrel in January, which it noted was up $5 per barrel from the December average but $9 per barrel lower than the average in January last year. “Higher Brent prices in January largely reflected the January 5 announcement by Saudi Arabia that it would unilaterally cut one million barrels per day of crude oil production in February and March, in addition to the reduced production levels on which the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and partner countries (OPEC+) previously agreed,” the EIA stated in its February STEO. “The U.S. Energy Information Administration expects Brent crude oil prices will average $56 per barrel in the first quarter of 2021 and $52 per barrel over the remainder of the year,” the EIA added. hxxps://
invisage: The denouement Marconi’s share price peaked in August 2000 at £12. Then things started to go badly wrong. The dot-com bubble burst and demand for new telecoms equipment dried up. Lucent, Cisco and Nortel all announced profit warnings. Marconi’s share price dropped even though it denied that its sales had been hit. Then, when the profit warning finally came, angry investors dumped the stock. The downturn was far more severe than anyone anticipated and with large and mounting debts Marconi was facing bankruptcy, its shares worth less than one per cent of their peak value. Simpson and Mayo were forced out. A new executive team was brought in; £37bn of market value had been destroyed in just a year and a half. In November 2003 Marconi announced half-year losses of £149m in the period to September, down from £458m a year previously. hxxps:// Do you really believe the world is going to stop using the energy BP produces Irish? The first thing I did this morning was turn the heating on! Marconi went bust because "demand for new telecoms equipment dried up" - BP has healthy cash flow and are on top of debt reduction.
invisage: So why is BP share price down after results, well according to this the markets expected a) BP's net debt to be lower than it is, they wanted $38bn net debt rather than $39bn delivered by BP b) Markets did not expect Net debt to go up in 1H due to severance payments In 2021 Analysts want to see profits improve and costs come down. And they want to see BP deliver on low carbon strategy. See interview from Barclays analyst Lydia Rainforth (Oil & Gas Equity Research Analyst at Barclays Investment Bank) - She thinks BP pursuing right strategy with clean energy. She says BP Cash flow is resilient till 2025 and growing....She expects dividends and buy backs to come through..... BP share price not rallied yet due to cautious guidance from BP management, they keep guiding $45-50/bbl .... which means once we get a sustained period of higher oil prices above the $50/bbl range the markets will reprice the likes of BP She thinks Buy backs and higher dividends could be brought forward later in the year.......
invisage: I expect a company like BP to be honest with the markets. Trust is very important to a 100+ year old firm, the markets not stupid and BP knows that....they have been transparent with why cash out flow will be larger in 1H due to redundancies... To the outside world that might sound 'bad' but that is reality and BP have been honest.... That is why share price fell on results day....But no matter Brent has put on 10% since start of Feb .... Market needs to re-price Brent is avg $55/bbl so far in 2021......BP is working of $40/bbl Company is well ahead, Price transparency via Oil price makes it easier to invest in companies like BP, you have a reasonable idea of what is going on.
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