BP p.l.c. (ADR)

NYSE: BP
$23.25
-$0.70 (-2.9%)
Real time price as of August 6, 2020 3:51 pm EDT
Oil &and gas supermajor BP reported a second-quarter adjusted net loss of $6.7 billion and announced a dividend cut of 50%. Investors have bid the shares up as a result.
When BP reports second-quarter results Tuesday morning, analysts are expecting a sharp loss and sharply lower revenue. The company has maintained its massive dividend and probably has no choice but...
Oil and gas giant Shell reported second-quarter results Thursday that included a $22.3 billion noncash, pr-tax impairment charge on the value of its assets.
Short sellers reduced their positions in big oil and gas stocks in the two-week reporting period ending July 15. But prices on the stocks have continued to move lower.
Short interest in oil and gas stocks slipped a bit in the two-week period that ended June 30. Crude prices have been relatively flat for about six weeks.
The oil and gas industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, but many companies have continued to pay their previous dividends. Are they going to be able to continue doing so?
UK-based oil major BP has agreed to sell its global petrochemical business to privately held Ineos for $5 billion. This is only the second-largest deal the two companies have done together.
In the two-week short interest period that ended June 15, oil and gas stocks mostly saw declines in short selling, but share prices fell off a cliff for most.
If investors have learned one thing over time, it is that it can be very painful when a company announces that it is cutting its dividend. 24/7 Wall St. has screened out 10 stocks that have dividends...
Oil supermajor BP is issuing some $12 billion in new debt as it works to beef up its balance sheet ahead of a second-quarter asset impairment that could go as high as $17.5 billion.
British oil and gas giant BP announced Monday that it would take a second-quarter write-off of some $13.0 billion to $17.5 billion due to the near- and long-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Short interest in oil and gas stock mostly declined in the two-week period that ended May 29. Rising crude oil prices get the credit.
Another energy company believes it is overstaffed. Oil giant BP will cut 10,000 jobs. Most of those jobs will be office based.
Short interest rose on several oil and gas stocks during the two week reporting period that ended May 15.
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Applied Materials, Bank of America, BP, Goldman Sachs, Northrop Grumman, PayPal, PG&E, Sallie Mae and Yum Brands.