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BP p.l.c. (BP-A.L)

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  • r
    rob
    Reported: bp repurchased 210,158,456 ordinary shares in London
    during the time frame 8/3/21 thru 9/21/21 (yesterday).

    Approximately 1.038% of outstanding shares.
  • r
    rob
    bp has lowest net debt of oil majors at $32 billion.
    Net debt should drop with 40% of free cash flow
    paying off the debt.
  • L
    Llama
    10 more days to earn massive profits and give us a beautiful Q3 report.
  • S
    Schery
    BP is making good money right now and buying back its stock at very low stock prices is good news for long term BP investors. Go for it BP, buy back all you can with your excess cash.
  • r
    rocco
    Even though we are all impatiend for this to really start to move...they could buy back 25% of of the market out with free cash flow in a year if they chose too...
  • r
    rocco
    every 10 cent move in nat gas is 30 million more net...brent is about 340 million per dollar...so brent is up 4 from last quarter....so it appears about a 2 billion difference in net...amortized over a year....bottom line more net that last qs massive free cash flow...and this does not include improved refining margins
  • J
    Jade
    What has changed. Why is the share price increasing?
  • B
    Brian
    the amount of money this company will print is gonna be shocking. cha ching
  • G
    GREG
    Trailing 4 quarters: $8.5 billion in earnings on $160 billion in revenue. Comparing that to 2018 numbers, BP has the same amount of earnings on a little more than half of the revenue. BP has become a much more efficient company, and THIS STOCK IS INSANELY UNDERVALUED!!! How long til investors wake up?
  • h
    hungryman
    Some are predicting $100/bbl oil next year. Look it up. Economists at Bank of America and other reliable analysts predict it. Even sustained in the $70's oil company stocks will do quite well. At $100/bbl they will produce huge gains.
  • B
    BROTIE
    Thanks made 1400.00 swing trading this today. Long again drip. Ohh btw still down over 10k from buying in pre corona. So all you people who like to judge for swing trading once a year 🖕 Drip 💧
  • h
    hungryman
    BP earnings projection of $3.39 next year puts them on track for $34/sh. With the huge dividend on top of that there are no better opportunities.
  • C
    CCC
    Utilize the 100% return over the 52 week data. at what date does the 52 week low disappear? At what date does bp announce earnings?
    We already know that bp is trading at the lowest p/e out of oil majors.
    We know that the suppression of pricing is do to the go green movement. We already know bp is the most progressive green adoption oil major. We will C 34 buy year end.
    And we all know what 60 dollar oil does for our balance sheet.
    Like a jack in the box at year end
  • T
    Timothy
    No one is talking about Henry Hub natural Gas prices surging 100% from Q1 to Q3
    Henry Hub natural gas was $2.52 on 3/15/2021 and BP was $26
    Henry Hub natural gas is $5.00 on 9/10/2021 and BP is $24
    Natural gas is the largest source of electricity in the U.S. today.
    BP is North America’s No. 1 natural gas marketer.
    https://challenger23.com/post/50172533016/higher-higher-hard-to-believe-its-been-a
  • L
    Llama
    “Fire Looney”
    “BP IS GREEN”
    “Increase the dividend”

    Bunch of whiners on here. now we are on the come up. Enjoy the ride.
  • r
    rob
    Reported: bp repurchased 177,058,456 ordinary shares in London
    during the time frame 8/3/21 thru 9/14/21.

    Approximately .875% of outstanding shares.
  • r
    rob
    What happens if the wind doesn't blow and the sun is blocked by clouds ?
    According to greenpeace, we can live in the dark to save the planet.
    Plus, we can walk because the EVs need electricity to run.

    Fake science with fake news.
  • r
    rob
    Reported: bp repurchased 184,208,456 ordinary shares in London
    during the time frame 8/3/21 thru 9/15/21.

    Approximately .91% of outstanding shares.
  • M
    Mariusz
    I bought BP and Shell the same time. BP -1%, Shell +12%. Thanks Looney
  • 2
    20/20
    I remember earnings 5 months ago blew away expectations and everyone complaining the stock wasn?t moving up. Looks like that was a warning that nothing will move energy stocks higher, even tons of buyback. I couldn?t imagine that in April but here we are unchanged from that price. In fact this #$%$ is trading unchanged from a year and a half ago when oil was 20!