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|Day's Range||33.20 - 33.20|
|52 Week Range||25.80 - 38.40|
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The top global energy names are returning more cash to shareholders through dividends and share repurchases.
BP is about to complete drilling the exploration well, which is in licenses 873 and 442 in the Yggdrasil area.
The price of oil has declined significantly since last summer when it hit a multi-year high of $122 per barrel. Today, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil, the U.S. standard, is trading at $74 a barrel. Brent crude oil, the international benchmark, currently trades for $78 per barrel. The decline in crude oil has led to a pullback in the share prices of major oil companies in recent months following a stampeding bull run throughout much of 2022. On the backs of record profits, dividend incre
Key Insights Given the large stake in the stock by institutions, BP's stock price might be vulnerable to their trading...
Even though oil prices are no longer at all-time highs, energy stocks remain attractive choices for any investment portfolio. After all, global energy demand will continue to grow. The Earth’s population is increasing. Emerging and frontier markets are tapping into the power grid to grow their economies and join the global economy. And the world’s developed markets won’t stand still – they’ll continue leveraging their positions to grow GDP, while many are also looking to reduce reliance on fossi
A subsidiary of BP plc will pay a record-setting $40 million penalty to settle civil U.S. charges that its Indiana-based oil refinery violated federal laws aimed at curbing emissions of cancer-causing benzene in wastewater and other harmful pollutants, the U.S. Justice Department said on Wednesday. The DOJ will require the oil major to make significant investments to curb benzene pollution at its 134 year old Whiting, Indiana refinery, which has a history of violating federal regulations limiting benzene in refinery wastewater streams.
Microsoft, BP, Zoetis, Lululemon Athletica and Weyerhaeuser are part of the Zacks top Analyst Blog.
Today BP Products North America Inc., a wholly owned indirect subsidiary of BP p.l.c. (NYSE: bp), completed its $1.3 billion acquisition of TravelCenters of America Inc. (Nasdaq: TA), one of the country's leading full-service travel center operators, marking a milestone for the US in the growth of bp's strategic convenience and mobility business and welcoming thousands of additional employees into bp.
The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. BP Plc has rebuffed an appeal from its pension trustees to increase payouts to help thousands of retired staff to manage the "challenging set of circumstances" raised by the energy crisis from which it has generated record profits. U.S.-based thinktank Carbon Tracker Initiative said that asset managers have invested $376 billion in oil and gas companies, despite publicly pledging to back efforts to limit global temperature rises to 1.5C.
Today's Research Daily features new research reports on 16 major stocks, including Microsoft Corporation (MSFT), BP p.l.c. (BP) and Zoetis Inc. (ZTS).
TravelCenters of America shareholders voted overwhelmingly in favor of the proposed sale to BP. The post TA shareholders overwhelmingly approve sale of company to BP appeared first on FreightWaves.
While the benchmark S&P 500 index may be up for the year, investors should consider acquiring the below top-rated stocks to buy. One key reason is that momentum appears to be fading. For example, in the trailing one-month period, the index only gained slightly over 0.2%. Second, the distinct period following the Covid-19 pandemic where anything and everything seemingly shot higher is gone. And, in a time dominated by stubborn inflation, rising interest rates, and more recently bank failures, it’
In recent weeks oil prices have tanked leading to some overvalued energy stocks. Through the first week of May, crude oil prices declined for three consecutive weeks in what amounts to the biggest pullback since November 2022. In the first week of May alone, the price of West Texas Intermediate crude oil, the U.S. standard, fell 7% and slipped below $70 per barrel. The primary reasons for the decline are growing fears of a recession and demand concerns. U.S. investment bank Goldman Sachs (NYSE:G
Wall Street has a few ideas on how to spend it—and new drilling isn’t near the top of the list. Many companies are cutting costs and raining cash on stock pickers like Berkshire Hathaway Warren Buffett, who believe the world’s thirst for oil will continue for years, if not decades, to come. The promise of money returned to shareholders helped turn energy shares into some of the few bright spots in a dark moment for markets last year, fueled by commodity prices that skyrocketed after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
An increase in oil-equivalent production volumes aids BP's earnings in Q1.
Shell and BP continued to make bumper profits in the first quarter of the year. As well as producing fuels, Shell and BP are the biggest energy traders in the world. In 2022, Shell and BP’s trading and optimization activities contributed 20% and 14% of group earnings, respectively, according to Bernstein estimates.
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Lower oil prices have played out in tandem with the regional banking turmoil.
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Markets keenly awaiting the US Federal Reserve's interest rate decision later this evening.
It is hard to get excited after looking at BP's (LON:BP.) recent performance, when its stock has declined 7.7% over the...
BP's results beat expectations but the company bought back less stock in the first quarter than it had the previous quarter.
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