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Share Price: 473.40Bid: 473.35Ask: 473.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bp
Spread: 0.15Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 473.30High: 474.65Low: 470.30Yesterday’s Close: 473.40


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billybigwig
Posts: 8,104
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:473.40
RE: BP
Fri 20:24
It's going big BP £7 is on the cards 12 months
 
2227
Posts: 608
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:471.40
BP
Fri 15:15
dividend.com

BP Pays Dividend as Recovery Underway

U.K.-based oil & gas major BP (BP ) has seen its viewership rise 65% this week, taking second place in the list. BP is highly attractive to dividend-seeking investors because its stock delivers an impressive 6% annual yield amid a stable price. The company£s shares have advanced 15% in the past year and are down around 0.8% during the last five days, speaking to the relative lack of volatility.
BP Pic Barchart

In the fourth quarter, BP revenues came in at $70.02 billion, 34% higher than the same period last year, largely thanks to recovering oil prices and an 18% increase in oil production. The company£s operational cash flow of $6.4 billion was 42% higher than last year.

The good thing about BP£s dividend is that it is the highest in its peer group, with both Chevron (CVX ) and ExxonMobil (XOM ) paying around 4%. In addition, BP£s cash flow in 2017 completely covered dividend payments.

http://www.dividend.com/news/2018/02/16/trending-nvidia-cryptocurrency-boom-uncertainty/
dalius
Posts: 71
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Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:473.55
scrip
Fri 08:32
i have mine in an investment account you have to inform them you require scrip instead of cash dividend
billybigwig
Posts: 8,104
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:469.75
RE: Scrip shares
Thu 20:14
You need to tick the box on your notes you get a 30 day dead line I think or summat like that
Xdentibus.
Posts: 472
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:469.75
Scrip shares
Thu 17:59
Is this automatic or do I need to do something? I'd prefer the shares to cash ... hopefully they are discounted...
dalius
Posts: 71
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Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:469.75
ex dividend
Thu 17:23
good day for bp gone ex dividend and not dropped as much as dividend only 5p drop roll on 29th March scrip shares
billybigwig
Posts: 8,104
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:470.65
RE: UP! On ex-divi day.
Thu 15:56
Not now it's getting hammered
billybigwig
Posts: 8,104
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:472.35
RE: UP! On ex-divi day.
Thu 15:17
Yeah I'm of the same opinion any lower shale won't be viable. ...BP will still make money though ;-)
Stocktaker01
Posts: 583
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:475.55
RE: UP! On ex-divi day.
Thu 11:56
with the increase in price shale is making a comeback. the 100 dollar a barrel days are over. I wouldn't predict a crash but would suggest mid 50s would be sustainable. all IMO obv.
billybigwig
Posts: 8,104
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:476.00
RE: UP! On ex-divi day.
Thu 10:58
Stock.what do you reckon crude will drop too?




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