BHP - BHP Billiton Limited

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
51.45
+1.05 (+2.08%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous close50.40
Open51.48
Bid46.77 x 800
Ask51.42 x 800
Day's range51.33 - 52.25
52-week range29.78 - 59.02
Volume1,921,884
Avg. volume3,749,601
Market cap129.846B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.90
PE ratio (TTM)16.09
EPS (TTM)3.20
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield2.60 (5.16%)
Ex-dividend date05 Mar 2020
1y target est49.65
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  • BHP completes first yuan-based iron ore sale to China's Baosteel
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    BHP completes first yuan-based iron ore sale to China's Baosteel

    The world's top listed miner BHP Group <BHP.AX> said on Tuesday it had made its first yuan-denominated sale of iron ore to China Baoshan Iron & Steel Co Ltd <600019.SS> (Baosteel) and would explore using blockchain for such transactions in future. The sale of a Cape Size vessel of lump and fines, worth nearly 100 million yuan ($14.1 million), shows the Chinese currency is making further inroads in iron ore trading after Baosteel, the listed arm of the world's biggest steelmaker China Baowu Steel Group, bought iron ore from Brazil's Vale SA <VALE3.SA> in yuan in January.

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  • Reuters

    BHP looks to expand iron ore exports from Port Hedland

    Miner BHP Group <BHP.AX> <BHPB.L> said on Tuesday it plans to expand its iron ore export capacity from Port Hedland, the largest global shipping hub for the steel-making commodity, by up to 40 million tonnes a year to 330 million tonnes a year. The move comes as improvements across BHP's supply chain have opened the way to raise shipments if market conditions allow, Tim Day, BHP's Acting Asset President Western Australia Iron Ore, said in a statement. The company has begun community consultation, which could take four to six weeks, and would then apply to regulators for the added capacity in a process that is likely to take the rest of the year.

  • BHP holds iron ore output outlook despite virus risks
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    BHP holds iron ore output outlook despite virus risks

    BHP Group on Tuesday reported a 6.3% rise in third-quarter iron ore production that slightly missed analyst estimates, and maintained its iron ore forecast despite global economic disruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak. The world's largest listed miner warned, however, that global steel production excluding China could drop sharply this year in light of the pandemic, and that capital spending in 2021 would be lower than its current outlook of $8 billion. The company kept its annual outlook for iron ore production unchanged at 273-286 million tonnes but said petroleum output would likely hit the bottom end of previous guidance of 110-116 million barrels of oil equivalent.

  • Reuters

    Australia's top court rejects BHP appeal over tax ruling

    Australia's highest court on Wednesday dismissed an appeal by BHP Group against a tax ruling, the latest loss for the global miner over the treatment of profits from commodities sold out of its Singapore marketing hub. BHP said in a statement the decision offered clarity on the interpretation of a technical area of Australian tax rules, and it would pay $87 million in additional taxes for income generated over 2006-2018. The dispute was over whether BHP should pay so-called "top up tax" in Australia on profits made by its Singapore marketing hub from selling coal from an Australian mine owned by the UK side of BHP's dual-listed structure, BHP Group Plc.

  • BHP in 'good shape' to act if coronavirus disruption brings M&A openings - chairman
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    BHP in 'good shape' to act if coronavirus disruption brings M&A openings - chairman

    BHP Group <BHP.AX> <BHPB.L> is in good shape to take action should supply chain disruption caused by the global coronavirus epidemic trigger acquisition opportunities, the global miner's Chairman Ken MacKenzie said on Tuesday. "On balance, the business is in very good shape," MacKenzie said, speaking at the Australian Financial Review summit in Sydney. The virus, which originated in China, has now spread to at least 105 countries and territories and global economic growth is now expected to take a serious hit.

  • Australia's Woodside Petroleum and BHP Group adjust Scarborough project stakes
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    Australia's Woodside Petroleum and BHP Group adjust Scarborough project stakes

    Woodside will hold a 73.5% stake in each of the titles, while BHP will hold the remaining 26.5%. Woodside earlier held a 75% stake in the W-1-R permit, while the W-62-R was held 50% each by BHP and Woodside. Woodside has been looking to line up gas sales and sell down part of its stake in Scarborough to help fund the project, but talks had been slowed by travel curbs and weak gas prices following a coronavirus epidemic.

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    Australian state turns to crowdsourcing to uncover mineral riches

    South Australia is putting A$250,000 ($166,000) up for grabs in a crowdsourcing competition to uncover more mineral reserves, as the industry taps expertise from a wide array of disciplines to find new large mineral lodes. "The competition offers the chance to combine geological expertise with new mathematical, machine learning and artificial intelligence to accelerate mineral discovery in the mineral-rich Gawler Craton," said Justin Strharsky of program facilitators Unearthed. Australia's minerals mapping sets are among the world's most advanced.

  • Fires and climate fears rattle Australia's giant coal lobby
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    Fires and climate fears rattle Australia's giant coal lobby

    As bushfires and floods fuel public concerns in Australia about global warming, the country's powerful mining lobby is facing increasing pressure from investors to drop support for new coal mines, according to a dozen interviews with shareholders in global mining companies. Nearly a third of shareholders in BHP Group Ltd <BHP.AX> <BHPB.L>, the world's biggest miner, last year voted for resolutions to axe its membership in industry groups advocating policies counter to the Paris climate accord, which aims to limit global warming to "well below" 2 degrees Celsius.

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  • BHP's Iron, Copper Production Up, Retains Fiscal 2020 Guidance
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    BHP's Iron, Copper Production Up, Retains Fiscal 2020 Guidance

    BHP Group (BHP) reported year-over-year increase in copper and iron ore production during the first half of fiscal 2020 and maintains guidance for fiscal 2020.

  • Resilient Chinese Steel Industry Holds Promise for Iron Ore
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    Resilient Chinese Steel Industry Holds Promise for Iron Ore

    China's steel consumption will increase 2% year over year in 2020, fueling demand for iron.

  • Reuters

    BHP maintains FY iron ore, thermal coal forecasts despite bushfire impact

    New South Wales thermal coal output fell 11% in the first half to 7 million tonnes, BHP said in its December quarter production report, but maintained its full year forecast of between 15-17 million tonnes. Elsewhere, BHP reported that Australian iron ore output was 68 million tonnes for the three months ended Dec. 30, nearly 2% lower than in the September quarter and slightly below a UBS estimate of 69.3 million tonnes. It was, however, 3% higher than a year ago and with car dumper maintenance work in October now finished, BHP maintained its full year iron ore forecast of 273 million tonnes to 286 million tonnes.

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