BHP Share Price History
20 Sep, 2021
Yahoo Finance’s Ines Ferre reports on the day's trending tickers.
Depressed demand for industrial commodities is seen, but these companies have strong balance sheets and low price-to-earnings multiples.
(Bloomberg) -- Australia’s top three iron ore miners have shed a combined $109 billion in share value in less than two months -- roughly equivalent to the market cap of General Electric Co. -- following a record-breaking price rout.It’s a dramatic reversal of fortunes for Rio Tinto Group, BHP Group and Fortescue Metals Group Ltd., which only last month were showering record dividends on shareholders after prices of the steel-making ingredient surged to an all-time high above $230 a ton in May. T
17 Sep, 2021
In this article we will take a look at the some of notable stocks on the move today. You can skip our detailed analysis of these stocks and go to read Why These 5 Stocks Are On the Move on Friday It’s another red day on Wall Street with all three major indexes lower. As […]
16 Sep, 2021
Investors in these areas don't share the same concerns as Cramer.
15 Sep, 2021
Rio Tinto (RIO) and Caterpillar (CAT) partner to develop zero-emissions autonomous haul trucks - a testament to the initiatives taken by major companies to ensure a carbon-neutral future.
14 Sep, 2021
The FTSE 100 was struggling for a foothold on gains Tuesday, as its heavily weighted mining sector logged losses.
(Bloomberg) -- Copper might be BHP Group’s most prized metal, but the world’s biggest mining company spent little more than it earned in an average 12-hour period last year exploring for new deposits.The company spent just $53 million looking for the metal last year, when it posted record profit of $37.4 billion. In total it spent $516 million on exploration, with more than two-thirds directed at oil and gas, a business it’s in the process of exiting.The world’s biggest miners are universally bu
BHP Group on Tuesday laid out its aim to achieve net zero emissions by 2050 from the operations of its customers by working with them to cut carbon out of their processes. BHP, the world's biggest miner, has already committed to extinguishing emissions directly from its own operations and lowering its indirect emissions through means such as using more power from renewable sources by then as well. Steelmaking is one of the world's most heavily polluting industries and the shift to focus on net zero emissions from the use of its raw materials by the sector marks an escalation in its efforts.
BHP Group will transfer a smaller-than-expected $3.9 billion in oil and gas decommissioning liabilities to Woodside when it merges its petroleum business with the independent Australian gas producer. Woodside's shares jumped 6.5% after the figure was disclosed in BHP's annual report on Tuesday, outperforming gains of around 4% among its peers. "The long awaited BHPP (BHP Petroleum) abandonment provision number has been released, coming in below what we feared it could be," Credit Suisse analyst Saul Kavonic said in a note.
(Bloomberg) -- BHP Group said it will target net-zero greenhouse gas emissions from its direct suppliers and the shipment of its products by 2050, but stopped short of extending it to steelmaking customers due to what it describes as the technical challenges facing the industry.The Melbourne-based company’s Scope 3 emissions -- which include procurement and shipping as well as end-user emissions -- were 402.5 million tons of carbon dioxide-equivalent in the year ended June 30, BHP said in a clim
13 Sep, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- In quick succession, mining companies in Chile have resolved a series of labor conflicts to all but end threats to supply in the biggest copper-producing nation. On Friday, plant workers at Codelco’s Andina mine agreed to end a more than three-week stoppage. The next day, workers at BHP Group’s Cerro Colorado mine accepted an offer hammered out by the two negotiating teams in mediated talks, avoiding a strike. Union members at Salvador, Codelco’s smallest mine, are scheduled to vo
12 Sep, 2021
Commodities are a high-risk proposition, but strong performance is luring new takers.
10 Sep, 2021
Tightening U.S. oil supplies and a promising phone call between Presidents Biden and Xi drove oil prices higher on Friday morning as bullish sentiment returned
08 Sep, 2021
BHP Group will team up with billionaire-backed AI exploration firm KoBold Metals to look for battery minerals like copper and nickel in Australia and other global locations, the companies said on Wednesday. Privately held KoBold uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to hunt for raw materials. Its principal investors include Breakthrough Energy Ventures, a climate and technology fund backed by Microsoft's Bill Gates, Bloomberg founder Michael Bloomberg and Amazon's Jeff Bezos.
(Bloomberg) -- BHP Group is joining forces to explore for metals crucial to the energy transition with a startup backed by a group of tycoons including Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates.The world’s biggest miner has entered an alliance with Silicon Valley-based KoBold Metals Co. to deploy its artificial intelligence technology to look for metals like cobalt, nickel and copper, which are used in electrical vehicle chargers and batteries. The two companies will jointly fund and operate exploration program
07 Sep, 2021
Despite the current dip in iron ore prices, demand for the steel-making ingredient will accelerate backed by the automotive and constructions sectors. This, in turn, will benefit stocks like BHP, RIO and VALE.
03 Sep, 2021
Today's Research Daily features new research reports on 16 major stocks, including Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ), CVS Health Corporation (CVS), and BHP Group (BHP).
The giant mining company is making changes to its business, and it seems investors are unenthusiastic about its plans.
Miners like BHP, VALE, RIO and NEM are investing in technology for improved front-line safety, increased production levels and efficiency while lowering their carbon footprint.