BP Plc (BP)
$24.26 1.21 (4.75%)
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Market Cap 80.80B
PE Ratio 18.34
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 24.06M
Day's Range 24.14 - 24.89
52-Week Range 14.74 - 38.51
Dividend & Yield 1.82 (7.50%)
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By Thomas Niel
Coupled with solid prospects for a demand recovery (albeit choppy) in 2021, BP stock has room to continue bouncing back, toward $30 per share (and beyond).
For two centuries oil has been a key commodity around the world. But a major shift is underway. These 7 energy stocks to sell are fading fast.
The oil patch is losing control of the market to companies whose machines harvest energy from the Sun and wind. But there are still opportunities.
BP stock is touted for its renewable future, but you still should buy or sell it based on its oil and gas operations, which look better going into 2021.?
BP stock will be stuck at its current price until oil or its dividend rises. Right now, it has a limited upside of 7% to 15%.
BP stock has been making gains for six weeks, but that doesn’t mean now is the time to invest in an oil and gas company.
It was controversial when BP made a commitment to veer away from fossil fuels. Yet, a focus on the green hydrogen market could lift BP stock.
Big-name energy stocks have dominated the oil and gas industries for decades. But their status is fading, and investors should stay away.
BP stock is worth between 22% and 35% more based on its free cash flow. The BP stock yield will rise from 4.5% to 5%, pushing it higher.
BP stock has rallied lately after a tough year and miserable summer, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to consider an investment.
These energy stocks are likely to make a turnaround in 2021 as global growth accelerates and oil price trends higher.
With a drastic oil production reduction in view, the future isn't so clear anymore for holders of beaten-down BP stock.
BP's plans to pursue renewable energy amidst an unprecedented market situation has made BP stock a risky investment right now.
The company’s ability to adapt to change, via restructuring and transitioning away from fossil fuels, bodes well for the future of BP stock.
Given how much policy differs on fossil fuels, the 2020 election seems to be the major directional catalyst for BP stock. Still, investors will want to get into the details before making a decision.
The novel coronavirus pandemic is wreaking havoc on the energy sector. Demand may never recover and that means bad news for BP stock.
BP has a ton of problems. However, management has admitted as much and is now making radical changes. That's good news for BP stock.
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