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Share Price: 512.40Bid: 512.30Ask: 512.40Change: -4.10 (-0.79%)Faller - Bp
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 515.20High: 515.65Low: 511.40Yesterday’s Close: 516.50


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THEHOTTICKET
Posts: 592
Observation
Opinion:Sell
Price:511.90
RE: SP
Today 09:20
Wait
Retrace to 465 in short term imho
 
Dickyboy1
Posts: 24
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:512.85
SP
Today 09:07
If this price drops to £5 is it worth topping up, dividend yes, growth?.
Newchurch
Posts: 3,284
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:513.00
Parties over...
Today 08:19
Daytradenovice
Posts: 384
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:532.70
RE: Price Target
Tue 20:16
my expectations on figures are very similar to yours, although as a long term holder for income im not too fussed about price movement in the short term as long as they rise over the longer term and maintain the divi, which i think they will. currently holding £50k, and will be adding another £40k tomorrow if no spike up in cost in the morning. All imho of course.
Dickyboy1
Posts: 24
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:532.70
Price Target
Tue 19:23
For discussion, my price target was £5-50 post Q4.I revised that downwards to 5-30p. Views please.
Qwerty59
Posts: 886
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:532.70
RE: Q4 results
Tue 18:53
Dickyboy - it has been declared by BP that $60 would make them profit on both upstream and downstream operations. The market will realise these fundamentals and I am expecting the next quarter results to be encouraging, so professional of BP to announce further costs in advance of these results, it will make them look better for the next 3 quarters of 2018/19
Dickyboy1
Posts: 24
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:532.70
Q4 results
Tue 18:39
I think that the company have done the right thing by getting the bad news out there prior to their Q4 results. This way there will be no shocks. I think the news on revenues and profit will be above forecast and the company seem to be adopting a positive approach to this news. Whether the results will offset the impairments only time will tell but in the medium term I cannot see any problems if the oil price remains +$60
Qwerty59
Posts: 886
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:532.70
Been an investor for 8 years
Tue 18:09
I buy them every year through company plan - buy 1 get 1 free after 3 years (but the divi is paid whilst holding). Never looked back, the spill meant i bought even lower, so over the period BP shares have always been good value if you keep them. Shame the yanks and their spurious claims were ever tolerated by the UK government, but that is yanks for you - greedy mother heffers. Hold some US oilies as well through the company plan - but their dividends are low, so I always sell them free 3 years and invest the profits into BRITISH companies. No need to worry about a one day blip, history shows that BP always recover....
eggshead
Posts: 141
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:532.70
share slide
Tue 17:10
Thought company had made provisions already to cover DWH. Is this new & if so could there be more?




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