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BP Share Chat (BP.)



Share Price: 437.20Bid: 437.15Ask: 437.25Change: 2.60 (+0.60%)Riser - Bp
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 435.50High: 439.95Low: 429.20Yesterday’s Close: 434.60


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foggy100
Posts: 1,435
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:434.60
RE: Pedrob
Tue 22:51
You marked this as a Strong Buy, are you back in then ? (PS Please don't respond about SXX , you know the rules , whats said about SXX stays in SXX and only in SXX)
 
techandy
Posts: 1
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:434.60
Alang
Tue 17:42
My first ever post on the lse boards. Alan are you enjoying the roller coaster ride that is SXX?

Cheers,

Andy
AlanG
Posts: 1,335
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:430.45
Pedrob
Tue 14:50
Pedrob undoubtedly will reamerge predicting doom and gloom , watch this space
Keep Smilling
Pipk
Posts: 224
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:428.45
Falling Oil Price
Tue 14:31
Can see oil at low to mid thirties in not to distant future.......divi then most likely under threat, will hold off the comming qtr.
Grayling
Posts: 576
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:427.40
RE: Divi
Tue 09:45
We do enjoy a slight rise compared to last Q if Sterling remains nailed to the floor against the dollar though!
ragingcow38
Posts: 40
Answer
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:440.35
RE: Divi paid what more do you want..
Tue 07:50
UMMHH A BETTER DIVI WOULD BE NICE!?
''BP today announced an unchanged dividend for the quarter of 10 cents per ordinary share ($0.6 per ADS), expected to be paid in September.'' Yes for this q2. Do hope it continues into the other quarters too
Diver169
Posts: 1,643
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Opinion:Hold
Price:440.35
Divi paid what more do you want!
Tue 07:44
BP today reported that profit for the second quarter of 2016 was $720 million on an underlying replacement cost basis1, compared with $532 million for the previous quarter and $1.3 billion for the second quarter of 2015.

Underlying operating cash flow2 for the quarter � before pre-tax Gulf of Mexico payments � was $5.5 billion. This strong underlying cash flow resulted from continuing reliable operation of assets.

Progress also continued in resetting BP�s capital and cost base. BP�s cash costs3 over the past four quarters were around $5.6 billion lower than in 2014 and BP continues to expect these costs for 2017 to be $7 billion lower than in 2014. Organic capital expenditure for the first half of 2016 was $7.9 billion; full year 2016 capital expenditure is now expected to be below $17 billion.

BP today announced an unchanged dividend for the quarter of 10 cents per ordinary share ($0.6 per ADS), expected to be paid in September.
ragingcow38
Posts: 40
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:440.35
q2 results
Tue 07:24
oh dear.
expect a red start
riddock57
Posts: 426
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:440.35
Keep a close eye on BP plc (BP.)
Mon 21:37
Watch BP plc (BP.) closely @ current levels on potential upcoming earnings-numbers surprise

http://crweworld.com/article/markets/33854/notable-companies-earnings-reports-to-watch-for-tuesday-july-26-2016
Corral-Part
Posts: 101
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:440.65
RE: Today's drop
Mon 15:55
Nevermind, just had a look at the oil price.




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