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BHP Billiton PLC (BLT.L)

BLT.L on London Stock Exchange

1,163.00GBp
28 Jun 2017
Change (% chg)

-6.00 (-0.51%)
Prev Close
1,169.00
Open
1,169.50
Day's High
1,172.50
Day's Low
1,160.00
Volume
467,803
Avg. Vol
10,039,614
52-wk High
1,518.50
52-wk Low
863.40

BLT.L

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About

BHP Billiton Plc is a global resources company. The Company is a producer of various commodities, including iron ore, metallurgical coal, copper and uranium. Its segments include Petroleum, Copper, Iron Ore and Coal. The Petroleum segment is engaged in the exploration, development and production of oil and gas. The Copper... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.32
Market Cap(Mil.): £67,182.16
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 5,322.97
Dividend: 32.94
Yield (%): --

Financials

  BLT.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 31.92 22.01 36.21
EPS (TTM): 0.36 -- --
ROI: 2.93 5.74 11.77
ROE: 4.43 9.07 15.07

RPT-COLUMN-BHP's new chairman has choice between exciting and boring: Russell

LAUNCESTON, Australia, June 19 There has been no shortage of advice doled out to incoming BHP Billiton chairman Ken MacKenzie on how to boost the world's largest mining company, but ultimately his role comes down to a fairly straightforward choice.

19 Jun 2017

Column - BHP's new chairman has choice between exciting and boring: Russell

LAUNCESTON, Australia There has been no shortage of advice doled out to incoming BHP Billiton chairman Ken MacKenzie on how to boost the world's largest mining company, but ultimately his role comes down to a fairly straightforward choice.

19 Jun 2017

COLUMN-BHP's new chairman has choice between exciting and boring: Russell

LAUNCESTON, Australia, June 19 There has been no shortage of advice doled out to incoming BHP Billiton chairman Ken MacKenzie on how to boost the world's largest mining company, but ultimately his role comes down to a fairly straightforward choice.

19 Jun 2017

Nippon Steel gives up coking coal pricing role as influence wanes

TOKYO Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal, Japan's top steelmaker, has given up its decades-old role in setting global coking coal prices because the rise of Chinese and Indian rivals has weakened its influence over the market, an executive said.

16 Jun 2017

INTERVIEW-Nippon Steel gives up coking coal pricing role as influence wanes

* Nippon Steel drops negotiating role as China, India buy more

16 Jun 2017

BHP names Ken MacKenzie as new chairman

SYDNEY, June 16 Mining giant BHP Billiton on Friday named former Australian packaging executive Ken MacKenzie as its next chairman. MacKenzie, 53, succeeds Jac Nasser, as of September 1.

16 Jun 2017

REFILE-Elliott calls for BHP board overhaul as new chairman looms

SYDNEY, June 14 Activist shareholder Elliott Management called on BHP Billiton on Wednesday to "upgrade" its board of directors as the mining giant prepares to select a new chairman.

14 Jun 2017

Codelco mines in Chile begin operation restart after rains

SANTIAGO, June 8 Chilean copper company Codelco has begun to restart operations at mines in the northern part of the country after a rain storm caused a series of precautionary closures, the state-owned firm said late on Wednesday.

08 Jun 2017

Shanghai rebar ekes out gains after 9-day slide, but outlook weak

* China steel market remains "very, very slow" - CRU * Dalian iron ore steady amid ample supply * Iron ore shipments to China from Port Hedland hit record (Adds Port Hedland shipments to China, updates prices) By Manolo Serapio Jr MANILA, June 7 Chinese steel futures edged up on Wednesday after a nine-day fall, although the outlook for demand in the world's top consumer remained weak. The price recovery, which follows an 11 percent decline since May 22, may

07 Jun 2017

UPDATE 1-BHP CEO says he has not met with Elliott since Barcelona

TOKYO, June 5 BHP Billiton Chief Executive Andrew Mackenzie said on Monday he has not met with activist hedge fund Elliott Management since their talks in Barcelona last month and declined to comment on whether another meeting was scheduled.

05 Jun 2017

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