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
  10.85 2.89% 386.50 47,381,300 16:35:15
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
386.00 386.25 387.60 371.50 372.05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 116,643.69 11,259.95 27.78 12.6 76,318
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:58:16 O 660,000 385.263 GBX

Bp (BP.) Latest News (2)

Bp News

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24/6/202216:57UKREGBP PLC Transaction in Own Shares
24/6/202208:00UKREGBP PLC Report on Payments to Govts
23/6/202217:05UKREGBP PLC Transaction in Own Shares
22/6/202217:02UKREGBP PLC Transaction in Own Shares
21/6/202217:26UKREGBP PLC Transaction in Own Shares
20/6/202217:40UKREGBP PLC Transaction in Own Shares
20/6/202213:37UKREGBP PLC Director/PDMR Shareholding
17/6/202217:57UKREGBP PLC Transaction in Own Shares
16/6/202218:11UKREGBP PLC Transaction in Own Shares
15/6/202218:27UKREGBP PLC Transaction in Own Shares
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2022-06-24 17:01:39385.26660,0002,542,735.80O
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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 375.65p.
Bp Plc has a 4 week average price of 371.50p and a 12 week average price of 367.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 456p while the 1 year low share price is currently 275.85p.
There are currently 19,745,963,809 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 64,967,539 shares. The market capitalisation of Bp Plc is £76,318,150,121.79.
marktime1231: Nice divi today. Thanks gw. So we should expect up to an extra $4B in Q2 on top of the super surplus in Q1. A $10B quarterly underlying profit. Cor blimey. Which makes the share price fall back from 440p to 380p even more puzzling, and strengthens the case to throw more cash in to the buyback as you say. And a 6c dividend?
veryniceperson: This drop in share price with oil at 110 a barrel incredible. Dividend Day tomorrow buying more shares with divi.
f56: Share price less than it was 20 years ago. Get rid of the CEO. Or sell BP to Russia.
daler1966: Share price will be up next week
ben gibbons: I'm not to clued up on bp so forgive me for my lack of understanding but why has the share price crashed down in the last few days coz oil and energy is doing well. Is it just the economic situation at the moment and fear of a recession?
pdriccio: Yes, there's definitely more to come from BP share price wise.
hellscream: {Executive pay packets in the sector are likely to rise even higher this year with bonuses often linked to shares prices, which have rocketed during the pandemic}. we on the same planet or what? share price crashed 64% in the pandemic, share price still down from 10 years ago, never seen so much BS in my lifetime. house prices are up 700% in 30 years thos, all MP got 3-20 of em.
planit2: I will be very happy if BP just keep Rosneft in the locker for the next year. There is no reason to virtue signal by throwing it away for nothing in my mind (like saying "that'll teach you Putin" and throwing $25bn at him). Buybacks are one of the reasons I am happy to invest, mathematically I am banking on a large number of buybacks which will concentrate the earnings more and more. The depressed share price is vital for this being effective. Current running PE ratio is under 4 proving that buybacks are a great option. I think everone needs to remember pension funds have been selling oil companies for the last 2 years. BTW when looking in dollar terms the share price is 10% below where it was in Feb (ADR now 31 was 34).
waldron: Https:// Tuesday 03 May 2022 7:11 pm Windfall tax misses the point – energy giants must invest By: City A.M. Editorial City A.M. believes in London, its people, and its businesses. A windfall tax is a terrible idea – but BP would have been savvy to up investment not go for a buyback It’s the middle of 2020, and the price of oil has tanked to almost single digits. Energy giants are being slammed by an almost total collapse in demand. BP’s share price is down 30 per cent on the year. Bernard Looney, the new boss of BP, is faced with the challenge of his business life as he begins to count the losses the pandemic was inflicting on a minute-by-minute basis. As all this is happening, one thing is notably absent: specifically, political sympathy. The same was true when the firm booked an £18bn loss for the year. There were no impassioned calls for a bailout. No politician lined up to say that lockdowns and events outside of BP’s control had left this once proud company licking its wounds. Two years forward, with the oil price recovered, and BP are reporting underlying profits at a very healthy clip, though obscured by the costly pull-out from Russia. The lack of sympathy has been replaced with the very real presence of anger. Calls for a windfall tax are so far being mercifully ignored by Downing Street, on the grounds that it would – as it would – hit investment and do little for Britain’s reputation as business-friendly, though ask most foreign investors about that and they’re liable to scoff. Alas, BP can not rest easy: relying on this contortionist government to hold the line may prove unwise. Where criticism is fair is around the decision to boost a share buyback, rather than putting it towards either capital investment or the firm’s worthy transition efforts. It is easier to argue, as we do, that energy companies are the ally not the enemy of the climate cause when they back it up with cold hard cash. We will have to do this windfall tax dance again on Thursday, when Shell report their own bumper earnings. The most important number for both, though, is the cost of their Russian pullout. Doing the right thing can be costly, and for energy companies doubly so. That should be remembered alongside the criticism.
planit2: rich They were SELLING the shares in Serica, not buying them (to dispose their stake). Another bit of evidence is the comment "The Placing Shares represent approximately 5.0% of the Company's issued ordinary share capital", which is clearly not true of BP. The Serica share price is similar to BP (currently 356p) which adds to the confusion.
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