BHP Billiton Limited (ADR) (NYSE:BHP)

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10 Analyst Calls Too Big to Ignore: AMD, BHP, Micron, Nike, Pandora and More

The week of December 9, 2016, was another record-breaking market one. The post-election rally has continued, with hopes of major structural economic changes coming under a new administration in 2017 and ...
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Why One Analyst Sees Value and More Upside for Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton

The post-election rally has been massive, and the commodities miners and the companies that will supply into infrastructure have seen their shares rally. That may be more muted for companies ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alcoa, Deere, Ford, GM, McDonald’s, Wells Fargo, BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and More

Despite an OPEC oil production cut, the stock market did not follow oil's surge higher on Wednesday, and Thursday morning is looking to open soft to flat in early trading ...
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Why BHP Billiton Shares Could Rise Another 25%

BHP Billiton Ltd. (NYSE: BHP) had been trending lower for the past few years, until shares bottomed in January, when they kicked it into gear and began a more bullish pattern. ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apple, BHP Billiton, Broadcom, McDonald’s, Sophiris, Tech Data and More

Stocks were looking for direction on Tuesday after Monday was one of the slowest trading days of the year. The markets are very close to all-time highs and investors keep ...
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9 Energy and Metals Stocks Analysts Want You to Buy Now

Stocks are trading close to all-time highs and this bull market is now seven and a half years old. Metals and energy prices have rebounded sharply so far in 2016. Most ...
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2 Very Different Stocks Set to Benefit From a Commodities Boom

Commodities look like they are about to end their half-decade slump, which may kick off a bull run that could last into the next decade. The Bloomberg commodities index is set ...
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BHP Billiton Plans Growth Despite Low Commodity Prices

With basic materials and energy stocks struggling to make profits in the face of low commodity prices, it's a bit surprising to hear the chief executive of one of the world's ...
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Chesapeake Energy Drilled 2015’s Biggest Monster Well

One of the reasons it has taken well over a year to slow U.S. onshore crude oil production is that producers are drilling more wells in locations where they are ...
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China to Close 240 Steel Mills, Fire More Than 1 Million Workers

The provincial governor of Hebei province said that by 2020 the government will shut down operations at 240 of the 400 steel mills that currently operate in the northern province ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: BHP Billiton, CBS, Chevron, CSC, FireEye, Frontier Communications, Yelp and More

Stocks were looking to bounce higher on Wednesday with stronger oil a day ahead of the European Central Bank's likely quantitative easing expansion. The S&P 500 is again within striking ...
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Has Iron Ore Gone Crazy?

Iron ore prices remained not all that far from multiyear lows Monday morning, but iron ore miner stocks rose sharply after officials told attendees at China's National People's Congress over the weekend ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apple, Freeport-McMoRan, Kinross Gold, Pfizer, Plains All American, Salesforce, Tesla, Yelp and More

Stocks were getting pounded on Tuesday. The selling pressure seems to not have an end in 2016, even after investors successfully bought every dip for over four years. It still ...
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Coal Stock Jumps 21%

After Westmoreland Coal Co. (NASDAQ: WLB) announced late Monday that it has completed its acquisition of a New Mexico coal mine for $127 million, shares popped by 21% Tuesday morning ...
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BHP Takes $7.2 Billion Write-Down on US Shale

BHP Billiton Ltd. (NYSE: BHP) calls the areas where it has had problems turning shale into profits the Black Hawk and the Permian. It has written down its assets in those ...
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