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


LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
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474.5784+1.48 (+0.31%)
At close: 5:06PM BST
Interactive chart
Previous close473.1000
Open470.2000
Bid465.0000 x 330000
Ask478.0000 x 350000
Day's range469.0292 - 475.7000
52-week range349.3500 - 521.2000
Volume0
Avg. volume38,124,306
Market cap93.41B
Beta0.87
PE ratio (TTM)42.37
EPS (TTM)11.2
Earnings date1 Aug 2017
Dividend & yield0.40 (6.67%)
Ex-dividend date2016-11-10
1y target est6.57
  • BP investors want board to drill into succession plans
    Sky News19 hours ago

    BP investors want board to drill into succession plans

    Investors in BP want directors to prepare for changes to the leadership of the UK's second biggest oil company for the first time since it was almost crippled by the Gulf of Mexico disaster in 2010. Sky News has learnt that a number of BP's biggest shareholders plan to raise the issue of succession in the coming months, with chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg recently passing his seventh anniversary in the role. Bob Dudley, the chief executive, will mark the same milestone this autumn, making succession planning an increasingly important issue for the BP board agenda.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    BP Whiting refinery operations normal after flaring -sources

    Operations at BP Plc's 413,500 barrel per day Whiting, Indiana, refinery were normal on Friday after flaring at the refinery, said sources familiar with plant operations. Energy industry intelligence service ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    European shares sputter near highs but OPEC disappointment hits oil stocks

    European shares struggled for direction on Thursday with investors hunting for fresh catalysts as a blistering earnings season that helped stocks surge to new highs nears its end. An OPEC meeting in Vienna that disappointed some investors failed to move broader indexes but sent oil prices lower, making the energy sector the biggest sectoral faller in the region. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries decided to extend cuts in oil output by nine months to March 2018 in a bid to drain a global glut that has depressed markets.