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BP p.l.c. (BP)

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  • A
    Anonymous
    BP made a HUGE mistake cutting the dividend in half, while XOM, Chevron kept the dividend safe. BP could have made it thru this crisis without touching the dividend. Huge mistake that has cost shareholders dearly. The relative underperformance speaks clearly to this point.
  • L
    Lean Government
    It's a good thing for BP to offer stock options to employee. Now that all employee will strive to do things to increase BP's share value. BP's green energy employee will now say the same thing as traditional oil employee- don't sell oil assets to buy into low profit margin green energy, it's a road to kill own profits.
  • j
    jimmy
    If Brent holds around 65, I have two questions:

    How much does BP make per qrtr?

    How high does the stock go based on those earnings?
  • A
    Anonymous
    Will this stock ever hit $30 again?? I'm having my doubts & getting ready to sell it all here.
  • J
    Jade
    In the last 3 months XOM has gone up 49% whilst only 22% for BP. Time we boot out the CEO?
  • L
    Lipstick on a pig
    Looney says BP set for "take off"

    what's he talking about?

    funny guy

    XOM up over 5% today

    welcome to Looney world
  • D
    DGG Inc
    Will people over pay for tech and environmental companies - yes. I hope they do for BP as I need to sell 8000 shares. They are begging people to invest, consumers need to support us... will environmentalists support BP as they currently blame them for the end of the world? I don't think so , but may be wrong. I know the BP staff is currently in a state of depression and disbelief - not a good sign. Getting smaller and smaller
  • M
    Mr Clean
    If this isn’t an oil stock anymore why is it listed as one?
  • r
    rocco
    use common sense....basically all US companies clearly stated over and over during their CCs that they are not increasing production and will concentrate on replacing volume and paying debt and dividends....as state music to opec and opec plus ears.....now here is the common sense part...and extra million barrel reduction send oil up 10$ per barrel....think about how many players are involved when amortize cuts of that many people is it worth it raise a couple of million and drive oil down 10-15 per barrel...two million amortized over 10 players in just about 200 thousand barrels per day they would lose twice as much revenue from the increase in production ..it would be something if opec decides to share the Saudi cut so that they are not baring the brunt...oil would go to 80
  • A
    Anonymous
    BP ought to be at 45 usd with Brent at 65. It has always been valued on its oil holdings and expected production.
  • T
    Tyrone
    We’ll be in the 30s a few weeks..
  • r
    rocco
    Lockdowns will end soon ..convinced that is what is hampering the recovery here...look at the numbers right now...they pump about 2.2 million barrels per day or about 200 million barrels per quarter...oil is up 20$ per barrel ...that 4 billion more in free cash flow in this quarter even 55-60 they will crush their numbers sit tight
  • D
    DGG Inc
    BP is a policy play - will the politicians allow BP to screw people on the electricity price? Likely yes, as Kermit said (being green isn't easy). How far can they push it, no one knows. Second, can they invest at a scale that can replace income from oil? Remember, 4 other supermajors and traditional utilities are not packing their bags and going home. So extremely competitive. I guess just keep cutting staff till the profits come into line?
  • J
    Jules
    All oil stocks are recovering, why is this still lagging? It should be over $30 based on the recovery of its peers.
    What is holding this stock? Recovery in UK instead of US?
  • s
    stlguy
    This stock went from 20 to 25 in one month...i will.admit I am disappointed with today but one swallow does not a summer make...by summer it will be in 30s
  • D
    DGG Inc
    looking at a 29yr chart you see BP could not manage a business they were in for 115yrs - now we think they will manage a business they know little about? I worked at BP for 11 yrs, left yrs ago as I suspected they were poorly managed - now if I could just get rid of my last set of stock options.
  • J
    Jack
    Come on break 25 FFS
  • D
    Dean
    Exxon hit 52 week high this morning, BP still off about 9 dollars from a 52 week high?
  • r
    rocco
    If you look at crude prices for the past 5 years ...you can easily see that this should be trading at least 15$ per share higher ...keep in mind that cap ex was higher and so was their dividend.....so in addition to much higher barrel prices their expenses are lower ..since their last report free cash flow has to be up about 3 billion dollars and their 20% ownership of rosneft should start paying a dividend
  • G
    G
    To demonstrate how ridiculously undervalued BP is right now we are trading at the same price as 1995. There has been 74% inflation between 1995 and 2021. The 1995 price adjusted for inflation would be the equivalent of the stock trading at $42 today. So in 2021 dollars we are currently trading around $18 below what we were trading at in 1995.