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BP p.l.c. (BP)

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    rob
    bp did not say they would drop gas and oil production.
    The lowest percentage of gas and oil production was 60% in 2030 and beyond. Carbon capture and other methods will be used on gas and oil production. Ten years is a long time during which bp can adjust their allocation plans based on market demand.
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    garrett
    Oil price on the rise but BP insists on going the opposite direction.
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    Griff
    Monday BP opened at $20.3, has had an upgrade, a buy reiteration, a positive general market, a disclosure of huge underlying trading value, a Microsoft deal, positive currency benefit to price, and off a hugely oversold low it is down 1.5% already this week. Even the US oil majors were up 4-5% today. At some point the price manipulation has to end.
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    Jesse
    This might be the greatest opportunity in our lifetime to quadruple our money in a few years. We will never see again see a company with over 200 billion in revenues below $20 a share. I am buying as much as I possibly can
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    Henry
    down 9.50 per share since jun 8 solid down for a month looks like time to buy
    Div looking real good at this cheap price
    oil may not go back to 100 a barrel but will certainly go back above 70
    BP will double as demand climbs again kind of the perfect buy low.
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    MIKE
    I thought for SURE BP would be UP TODAY.
    Way OVERSOLD.
    However, Down Again In Early Pre-Market at 19.44, Has Been Steadily Dropping All Pre Mkt.
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    ARK
    I dont want to buy Oil stocks yet I keep buying BP to average down. I can't help it...everday is a new low!!!
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    Ace
    The market is responding to the new BP Strategy in a very negative way. BP seems to go down more than competitor and rise less than competitors. Is the Board paying attention or is BP irrevocably linked to the EU political agenda? I remember when the BP business model was based on profits and capitalism, unfortunately that is no longer the case.
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    Dean
    Poor management has been running this company for the last twenty years. Lord browne ain't no prize either. Those guys don't care about the average shareholder. They are paid millions no matter what the share price does.
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    Clyde DeVore
    BP needs to invest in driveway solar lighting so Looney can find his way home.
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    rob
    After growing oil and gas through 2021, gas and oil production is expected to be flat from 2022 to 2025. There will be incremental growth of renewable energy into 2025 creating overall growth. You should listen to bp week on their website.
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    Sandor Clegane
    Maybe bashing the future of oil and issuing doom and gloom reports about oil demand was not the best way to instill confidence in BP's investors.
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    Brandon
    BP CEO needs to be ousted, he isn't working for the investors. Take your Green New Deal and shove it.
    Waayyyy oversold.
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    Loonie
    Bp is setting up for a new trend.
    Instead of green premarket - red close, it is red premaket - redder close.
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    Jesse
    I'm buying all the shares I can, oil companies will be meaner and leaner and it's only a matter of time before this down cycle turns into a oil price spike
  • G
    Gary
    The stock is only worth what someone else is willing to pay. In the case of BP the stock seems worth less each day. Market cap is $64B. Does this make sense.
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    Valery
    I just don't understand why they hired this electrical engineer who sold BP shares worth £7.8 million in February and April 2019 (see Wikipedia). If he wants to count on government incentives, let him find a better position with Tesla.
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    Jimmy Da Saint
    I hope this Prince reverses their policy in such a swift and extreme way that it bankrupts every single shorty in the market! Wish he wouldn’t have sent this shot across the bow though and just sent the initiated the shock & awe campaign without any warning at all!

    As the price of oil begins to falter, Saudi Arabia has stepped up its rhetoric, even going as far as to warn short sellers not to bet against the price of the commodity. 
    Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman gave "clear hints" on Thursday that there could be a change of direction in production policy forthcoming as the price of oil continues its slide, according to Bloomberg. 
    He said Thursday: “We will never leave this market unattended. I want the guys in the trading floors to be as jumpy as possible. I’m going to make sure whoever gambles on this market will be ouching like hell.”
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    Jack
    Some investors are not sure about BP's change to renewable energy. Time will tell
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    ALEX
    On the brighter side, this is the once in a life time opportunity to buy. I am going to buy more. Pretty sure once the news about vaccine is out there is going to be a surge like never before. Oil is already established and alternative energy cannot over power it with their initial cost of establishing it. BP isjust trying to diverse but the main driver for BP would still be oil. Its in their name. BP is too big to fail, best time to buy and hold.
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