BP ADR Each Representing Six Ord Shs (BP)
$22.79 0.47 (2.02%)
14:55 EDT BP Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $23.26
Market Cap 75.90B
PE Ratio 17.23
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 8.42M
Day's Range 22.53 - 22.84
52-Week Range 15.51 - 40.08
Dividend & Yield 1.82 (7.99%)
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By Alex Sirois
Take 5 minutes to learn about why BP stock is not currently a stock to buy. Despite being well-known, BP has too many knocks on it currently.
BP has the advantages of scale and diverse operations. But without enough global demand to push prices above the sustainability threshold, BP stock remains a risky investment.
BP stock is ready to rally. Although long-term debt is something to watch out for, once Covid-19 disappears, expect strong gains.
BP's recent quarterly results were alright. But the company isn't earning enough to cover its dividend, leading investors to question if the 10% yield is safe.
BP stock has seen better days since the Covid-19 pandemic has contributed to decimated oil prices. But new signs of normalcy point to life at BP.
BP has a high amount of cash, so after it decided to maintain its dividend, income investors do not need to sell BP stock.
Rebounding oil and a rising energy sector have BP stock stabilizing. Here's how to trade the London-based oil giant moving forward.
By Ian Cooper
Until the supply demand situation with oil shows some signs of improvement, it’s best to avoid oil stocks like BP in the near term.
The devastation in the oil markets is only just beginning for BP stock. When you consider the utter lack of demand in the consumer market, the only winners are those lucky enough to be buying cars.
The price of oil plummeted this week, falling below $0 at one point. It's not all doom and gloom for BP, but serious challenges remain.
It's never too early to start preparing for the next big downturn. Here are seven safe dividend stocks to ride out coming storms.
Covid-19 is an opportunity for investors to buy strong oil companies on the sector dip. Weaker energy demand means cash on hand is a must.
5 dividend stocks with enough free cash flow to afford their high yields. These stocks have FCF to cover the stocks' dividend yields of 9 to 10% even after the expected downturn.
Strong liquidity position and low gearing. Dividends to sustain through crisis. Quality upstream assets will deliver cash flow growth.
BP needs to reduce debt, but its 10% dividend yield is very attractive. BP stock could benefit from lower leverage and asset sales, but either way, the dividend is secure.
BP stock has been slugged amid the turmoil in the stock market and hammering of oil prices. Does that make it a bargain or a warning?
BP is currently yielding 9.9%. If you’re looking to generate some short-term income with BP stock, you’re wise to look elsewhere in 2020.
A BP gas discount is available to healthcare workers and it will save them 50 cents per gallon the next time they get fuel.
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