BHP pays dividends in $, which is paid semi-annually, totalling $1.19 for 2013. You are NOT entitled to this years dividends as they have been paid out.
17 Nov '13
#BLT.L v BLT.N
BLT.L is the London listed share ( thus in GBP ), BLT.N is a completely different stock on the NYSE and trades in $. This is what you should browse over: http://tools.morningstar.co.uk/uk/stockreport/default.aspx?SecurityToken=0P00007O0M]3]0]E0WWE$$ALL Next time, try typing the fullname in google and. Where it is listed... (BHP Billition plc LONDON) I'd say RIO is better option of the mega-miners to buy. All best. I own both... Heavyweight RIO
9 Nov '13
the BLT share price says 1970, what currency is that? and when I click "BLT Fundamentals" it says the dividend is $116. is that US or australian dollars? the market capitalisation is given as 41863m UKP, with 2111m shares. but that gives the share price as 19.83 quid. but then the dividend is about 70 quid which doesnt sound right!
22 Oct '13
that was a good link langyy, thanks - I almost increased my position this morning due to this - but hesitated, oh well.
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