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BHP Group Limited (BHP)

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61.47+1.45 (+2.42%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
61.78 +0.31 (+0.50%)
After hours: 07:40PM EDT
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Previous close60.02
Open60.42
Bid61.38 x 1000
Ask61.58 x 1200
Day's range60.17 - 61.61
52-week range54.28 - 69.11
Volume3,469,399
Avg. volume2,580,780
Market cap155.874B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.86
PE ratio (TTM)21.12
EPS (TTM)2.91
Earnings date19 Feb 2024
Forward dividend & yield3.04 (4.95%)
Ex-dividend date07 Mar 2024
1y target est63.35
  • Bloomberg

    BHP Debates Improved Anglo Bid as Time Runs Out in Takeover Saga

    (Bloomberg) -- With time running out on its $43 billion pursuit of Anglo American Plc, BHP Group faces a critical question: what would it take to draw the smaller company to the negotiating table within the next few days? Most Read from BloombergGantz Says He’ll Quit Unless Netanyahu Moves to New War PlanA 25-Year-Old BofA Trader Dies Suddenly at Industry OutingChina-Bound Oil Tanker Hit by Houthi Missile in Red Sea, US SaysSingapore Monitoring New Covid Wave as Infections RiseBHP’s plan to part

  • Reuters

    BHP needs to bid about 32 pounds a share for Anglo, JPMorgan says

    BHP Group would need to boost its latest offer around 30% to reflect fair value for Anglo American and its key copper assets, JPMorgan analysts said in a note. They raised their price target for London-listed Anglo to 27.75 pounds a share after reexamining the value of its copper assets, and said the discount for the shares to the implied value of BHP's offer was at its greatest level, implying the market sees a deal as unlikely. Under UK takeover rules BHP must make a firm offer by May 22, or walk away.

  • Reuters

    Anglo American has sought fertiliser partners for months, says CEO

    Anglo American has been looking for partners for its fertiliser project in North Yorkshire for around six months, Chief Executive Duncan Wanblad told Reuters, reiterating the business will be one of three pillars of the revamped miner, even as work there stalls. The London-listed miner outlined a radical plan on Tuesday to shrink by divesting less profitable coal, nickel, diamond and platinum businesses, as it moves to fend off BHP Group's $43 billion takeover offer. "We have been in the market looking for partners for the better part of six months now and we have to stall to get the partners to the point where they are prepared to invest," Wanblad said in an interview with Reuters on Thursday.