BP Plc (BP)
$25.31 0.08 (0.32%)
4:23 EDT BP Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $25.39
Market Cap 84.29B
PE Ratio 19.13
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 10,221
Day's Range 25.39 - 25.39
52-Week Range 15.51 - 45.35
Dividend & Yield 1.82 (7.19%)
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A BP gas discount is available to healthcare workers and it will save them 50 cents per gallon the next time they get fuel.
By Ian Cooper
With massive oil price deflation and no end in sight, BP stock is far too risky to think about now.
As the Big Oil crisis worsens, you'd be better off avoiding BP stock at all costs. Here are some important facts to consider.
Unless management decreases BP stock's dividend, it may need to be paid using debt
When dividend stocks lose their dividends, the results are usually never good. This list of some of the worst examples will add some clarity to this circumstance.
Oil stocks are falling and can't get up after OPEC failed to agree on production cuts and prices fell by one-quarter overnight.
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BP (BP) earnings for the oil and gas company's fourth quarter of 2019 have BP stock heading higher Tuesday on a dividend increase.
This is a great time to add the benefits of diversification to your portfolio with some attractive foreign dividend stocks.
With oil prices at a low, BP stock makes a great investment, especially as it looks to return 12% annually to investors through 2024.
As 2020 unfolds, there could be good news when it comes to BP's dividend. At the very least, a cut appears unlikely. Last year, the company scrapped its scrip dividend program.
Higher oil prices could restart the oil boom resurgence that previously ended years ago. This makes several energy stocks appealing buys now.
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