- Market Capitalization, $K 139,941,200
- Shares Outstanding, K 3,343,077
- Annual Sales, $ 303,738 M
- Annual Income, $ 9,383 M
- 60-Month Beta 0.79
- Price/Sales 0.46
- Price/Cash Flow 5.00
- Price/Book 1.36
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+0.39 (+0.93%)since 05/24/19
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-1.67 (-3.81%)since 03/26/19
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-2.74 (-6.10%)since 06/26/18
BP (BP) closed the most recent trading day at $41.86, moving -0.76% from the previous trading session.
As the fate of crude exploration and production companies is positively correlated with the commodity price, the recent oil rally therefore perks up the crude weighted-stocks.
Norway's $1 trillion sovereign wealth fund maintained that the decision was prompted by financial considerations and is not an ethical drive.
The S&P 500 hit a new record-high on Thursday as investors??? appetite for risky assets like equities were bolstered by the Fed???s indication that a rate cut was likely this year.
BP (BP) closed the most recent trading day at $41.61, moving +1.39% from the previous trading session.
Chevron's (CVX) complex refineries are expected to rake in profits once the IMO 2020 regulation takes effect.
U.S. stocks rallied for the second successive days on expectations that the Fed will reduce benchmark interest rate within next 2-3 months.
ExxonMobil (XOM) expects the redevelopment deal with Angola to optimize recovery and increase output from mature fields.
Shell (RDS.A) expects free cash flows from global operations to increase around $35 billion per year by 2025, provided Brent crude stays around $60/barrel.
Since BP considers Egypt a core region for conducting upstream operations, the company is preparing to allocate an additional $3 billion over the next two years.