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Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL.BO)

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322.35-1.90 (-0.59%)
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Previous Close326.95
Bid333.00 x 0
Ask333.95 x 0
Day's Range328.90 - 334.75
52 Week Range252.00 - 481.00
Avg. Volume435,235
Market Cap699.258B
Beta (5Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)18.29
Earnings DateAug 06, 2019 - Aug 10, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters

    Exclusive-India weighs selling part of BPCL instead of full stake - sources

    India is considering selling up to a quarter of state-run refiner Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd after failing to attract suitors for the whole firm, two officials said, as the government's divestment programme moves slower than expected. New Delhi is considering inviting bids for a 20%-25% stake in BPCL, instead of an outright sale of its entire 52.98% holding, the two government officials, who declined to be named, told Reuters. Initially, the government had aimed to raise $8-$10 billion from selling its full stake in BPCL.

  • Reuters

    India's BPCL seeks extra Gulf oil, fearing Russian supply hit - source

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) -State-run Indian refiner Bharat Petroleum Corp. is seeking extra oil from Middle Eastern producers for April, fearing Western sanctions against Russia could hit deliveries of Urals crude, a source familiar with the matter said. BPCL, India second biggest state refiner, on an average buys two million barrels of Russian Urals every month on a delivered basis, where the seller arranges for insurance of the cargo and ships. The oil is processed at BPCL's 310,000 barrels per day (bpd) Kochi refinery in southern India.

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    Vedanta to create $10 billion fund to bid for BPCL stake, other assets - chairman

    Mining firm Vedanta Resources Ltd plans to create a $10 billion fund to bid for assets including the Indian government's stake in Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd (BPCL), its chairman told Reuters on Thursday. The Indian government is seeking to privatise state-run refiner BPCL by selling its near 53% stake in the firm, worth just over $6 billion, to private entities. "We are in the process of creating a fund of $10 billion," Anil Agarwal said in an interview in Dubai.