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BHP Group Limited (BHP.AX)

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44.30-0.78 (-1.73%)
At close: 04:10PM AEST
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Previous close45.08
Bid48.68 x 68400
Ask44.30 x 105900
Day's range44.16 - 45.07
52-week range41.66 - 50.84
Avg. volume8,173,085
Market cap224.669B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.86
PE ratio (TTM)20.23
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield2.35 (5.21%)
Ex-dividend date07 Mar 2024
1y target estN/A
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    How are the major market averages (^DJI, ^IXIC, ^GSPC) feeling this morning after the Nasdaq's big climb above 17,000 on Tuesday? Yahoo Finance's The Morning Brief is here to help investors start their trading day off right as hosts Seana Smith and Brad Smith walk you through the top stories and market trends. Hess Corp. (HES) shareholders approved the $53 billion buyout deal with Chevron (CVX). In other energy M&A news, ConocoPhillips (COP) is set to acquire Marathon Oil (MRO) in an all-stock deal valued at $17.1 billion. Tortoise Portfolio Manager Rob Thummel told Yahoo Finance that this deal came as a total "surprise." Lastly, platinum miner Anglo American (NGLOY, AAL.L) rejected BHP Group's (BHP) bid to extend their merger deadline. Russell Investments President and Chief Investment Officer Kate El-Hillow sits down with the team in-studio to discuss the market's momentum trade and the strength of this earnings season's fundamentals. This post was written by Luke Carberry Mogan.


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  • Reuters

    Investors relieved BHP walked from $49 billion Anglo takeover deal

    SYDNEY (Reuters) -BHP Group investors welcomed the top global miner's decision to walk away from a $49 billion plan to take over Anglo American, which rejected three proposed offers from its bigger rival over the past six weeks. BHP's decision to withhold a binding bid came after Anglo said it would not grant the Australia-headquartered mining group a further extension to iron out details of a deal that called for Anglo to first spin off its South African assets. BHP's timing was good but the complexity of the deal requiring demergers and a copper price rally made it difficult to execute, Forster said.