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Share Price: 485.95Bid: 485.85Ask: 485.95Change: 0.20 (+0.04%)Riser - Bp
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 485.25High: 486.60Low: 483.60Yesterday’s Close: 485.75


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Da_Roadrunner
Posts: 42
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:485.40
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RE: help
Today 14:07
I agree with Qwerty59's comments.

Recent fall in sp caused my stop loss to trigger sale of half my substantial holding. Now watching Putin / Ukrain and wondering when to buy back in? (Comments and opinions invited.)

Intend holding BP until we clear Gulf of Mexico trial third stage early next year. Then we should see the sp shoot up.
 
Jakers
Posts: 105
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:496.00
BP Lawsuit
Tue 08:08
Judge has thrown out the lawsuit against BP for $256B brought by former (dismissed) contractor alleging BP lied to Interior Department about safety on Gulf Of mexico Deepwater Horizon Platform due to complete lack of supporting evidence. A ray of sunshine for BP at last.
Jarcon
Posts: 16
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:483.60
re: help
Fri 09:34
Largely agree with Qwerty - I bought this share after the Gulf of Mexico tumble while the price was depressed and the divi non existent.

Wasn't bought with a view to a capital gain, was purely on the basis that I expected divi to restart and be solid. I look at my holdings here as my bread and butter - boring and reliable.

For a steady, decent dividend - this share. If I want capital gain I go to AIM, etc.

As ever, GLA and DYOR
Qwerty59
Posts: 416
Answer
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:483.85
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RE: help
Thu 23:39
Hi Wispert. BP is not a day traders share unless you have a few hundred thousand of them, and if you do, then it is up to you to 'call' the markets move. remember that each buy will attract a 0.5% levy and each sell will have broker commission, so you would need a movement of over 1% on the day....very rare.... The Dividend is good and with BP buying and then cancelling share each day, the dividend will rise...Once they have sorted the Gulf of Mexico settlements and if the tensions in Russia are removed, then this will start to climb, but the Rosteft connection could stall the SP for a while... But for sure these are only my opinions, I have a very large holding in BP and I do not intend to leave yet.. I hope this contributes to your question.
Wisper17
Posts: 46
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Opinion:Buy
Price:481.00
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help
20 Aug '14
Hi all Quite new to dealing regularly and not a day trader however having made a series of positive moves in the market over lastcouple of years harder to find high cap gain shares so decided to sell what I had a nd put into several shares with descent yield and value more household names so to speak that said this share is not doing me any good cap value wise but my main requirement is yield any body trade this share enough to help with some direction or places for research.

Thanks all
MY21
Posts: 2,479
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:474.00
Oil Price
19 Aug '14
Oil price tumbles as supply trumps political troubles: The price of oil has fallen to its lowest in more than a year as a supply glut allows markets to shrug off concerns over the crisis in Ukraine and the impact of Islamist rebels in Iraq.
MoreThanThis
Posts: 79
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:474.40
Vladmir Putin
18 Aug '14
I don't like the sound of the company's fate being in the hands of Putin. That's not exactly true anyway.
Diver169
Posts: 540
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:473.55
Duster in GoM
18 Aug '14
Noble Energy, Inc. today announced that the BP-operated Bright exploration well in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico reached the targeted Upper and Middle Miocene objectives and did not encounter hydrocarbons.

Drilled to a total depth of 13,500 feet on Atwater Valley 362, the well has been plugged and abandoned. Full well assessment and the integration of drilling results into Noble Energy’s geologic models is ongoing to determine forward exploration plans on the recently acquired Atwater Valley acreage.
Susan Cunningham, Noble Energy’s Senior Vice President, Gulf of Mexico, West Africa, and Frontier, said, “While we are disappointed with the results of the Bright well, we remain extremely encouraged by the recent success of our exploration program in the Gulf. We look forward to results at our Katmai and Dantlzer exploration wells later this month.”
BP Exploration & Production Inc. operated the well with 50 percent working interest and Noble Energy had the remaining 50 percent. Noble Energy said it expected third quarter 2014 exploration expense to remain within guidance of $150 to $250 million.
Diver169
Posts: 540
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:473.65
North Sea oil recovery
18 Aug '14
Must be a SNP Independence Day economic watch dog lol
GLA
MY21
Posts: 2,479
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:473.90
North Sea Oil
18 Aug '14
Future North Sea oil and gas revenues could be six times higher than a UK economic watchdog has forecast, according to a report. The UK Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) has forecast North Sea revenues of £61.6bn between 2013/14 and 2040/41 but N-56, an apolitical business organisation, said the figure could be as high as £365bn if a series of recommendations was implemented.



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