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457.40-0.40 (-0.09%)
As of 9:43AM BST. Market open.
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Previous close457.80
Open457.55
Bid457.40 x 330000
Ask457.50 x 350000
Day's range456.00 - 459.95
52-week range385.00 - 521.20
Volume3,251,697
Avg. volume33,035,102
Market cap90.27B
Beta0.87
PE ratio (TTM)40.84
EPS (TTM)11.2
Earnings date1 Aug 2017
Dividend & yield0.40 (6.83%)
Ex-dividend date2016-11-10
1y target est6.43
  • Reuters - UK Focus2 hours ago

    Russia's Rosneft targets bigger gas output, lower costs

    Russia's Rosneft aims to become the world's third largest gas producer and as cost-effective as Saudi Aramco, the chief executive of the world's top listed oil producer by volume wrote in an article published on Tuesday. "We must find the tools which will allow us to increase the efficiency of the company at all stages of the production chain - from oil and gas exploration to retail sales of oil products," CEO Igor Sechin wrote in the Izvestia daily newspaper. Rosneft last year became Russia's largest independent gas producer and ranked sixth among global, listed gas producers, Sechin said.

  • In disaster's wake, BP doubles down on deepwater despite surging shale
    Reuters4 hours ago

    In disaster's wake, BP doubles down on deepwater despite surging shale

    About 300 BP workers commute 150 miles here by helicopter, from the Louisiana coast to a deep-sea drilling platform that can produce more oil in a day than a West Texas rig can pump in a year. On the deck of Thunder Horse, they work two-week shifts, drink seawater from a desalination plant, and eat ribs and chicken ferried in by boat. This is just one of the four Gulf of Mexico platforms on which BP has staked its future in U.S. oil production.

  • Reuters4 hours ago

    Insight - In disaster's wake, BP doubles down on deepwater despite surging shale

    About 300 BP workers commute 150 miles here by helicopter, from the Louisiana coast to a deep-sea drilling platform that can produce more oil in a day than a West Texas rig can pump in a year. On the deck of Thunder Horse, they work two-week shifts, drink seawater from a desalination plant, and eat ribs and chicken ferried in by boat. This is just one of the four Gulf of Mexico platforms on which BP has staked its future in U.S. oil production.