BHP Billiton PLC (BLT.L)

BLT.L on London Stock Exchange

1,182.50GBp
9:38pm IST
Change (% chg)

12.50p (+1.07%)
Prev Close
1,170.00p
Open
1,175.50p
Day's High
1,191.00p
Day's Low
1,151.00p
Volume
10,818,930
Avg. Vol
8,515,094
52-wk High
1,959.89p
52-wk Low
1,117.50p

BLT.L

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About

BHP Billiton PLC (BHP) is an Australia-based mining company having interests in diversified natural resources. The Company mines, extracts and produce aluminum, coal, copper, iron ore, manganese, nickel, silver and uranium, and oil and gas. The Company extracts and process minerals, and oil and gas from its production operations... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.59
Market Cap(Mil.): £64,483.87
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 5,322.64
Dividend: 42.02
Yield (%): 6.84

Financials

  BLT.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 9.75 12.83 18.50
EPS (TTM): 1.20 -- --
ROI: 8.85 7.50 13.61
ROE: 12.77 10.85 15.31
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UPDATE 1-BHP plans to shed around 100 HQ jobs as commodities tumble

* Cuts to be made gradually over "coming years" (Adds details of job losses, BHP, analyst comment)

28 Jul 2015

RPT-UPDATE 1-BHP's 'four pillars' no buffer against weak commodity prices

SYDNEY, July 22 - BHP Billiton's strategy of diversifying across commodities was designed to shield the miner in a volatile sector, but its entire suite of products suffered double-digit price falls in the latest half-year.

23 Jul 2015

UPDATE 1-BHP's 'four pillars' no buffer against weak commodity prices

* "Four Pillars" strategy offers little protection (Adds link to graphic)

22 Jul 2015

BHP's 'four pillars' no buffer against weak commodity prices

SYDNEY, July 22 - BHP Billiton's strategy of diversifying across commodities was designed to shield the miner in a volatile sector, but its entire suite of products suffered double-digit price falls in the latest half-year.

22 Jul 2015

UPDATE 1-Chinese steel, iron ore futures slump because of demand woes

* Iron ore hits downward limit on slow purchases * BHP sticks to iron ore expansion plan (Updates close prices) SHANGHAI, July 22 - Chinese steel tumbled and iron ore futures hit a floor limit because of shrinking demand in the world's top consumer of the two commodities. The most active January iron ore contract on the Dalian Commodity Exchange touched a downside limit of 4 percent to 349.5 yuan($56.29) a tonne, the same level it closed. The most traded rebar futures

22 Jul 2015

Australia's South32 nickel output falls below guidance

SYDNEY, July 22 - Australia's South32 said on Wednesday it missed June quarter nickel production guidance due to labour unrest at its Cerro Matoso mine in Colombia and a drop in ore grades.

22 Jul 2015

UPDATE 1-BHP beats fiscal 2015 iron ore guidance, takes copper hit

* Says will take up to $650 million writedown in copper (Adds iron ore production figures, prices copper impairment)

22 Jul 2015

Vale's designs on China add to Rio, BHP drive for more iron ore

SYDNEY, July 16 - As Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton ship more iron ore than ever to China, the Australia mining giants face a fightback from Brazil's Vale for market share that threatens to drive already weak prices even lower.

16 Jul 2015

Little joy for Iran's private iron ore exporters from nuclear deal

* Nuclear deal could strengthen rial, hurt export competitiveness

14 Jul 2015

Miners' focus shifts from investor returns to survival

LONDON, July 10 - Hit hard by the accelerated downturn in metal prices in recent months, global mining companies preparing to report results are likely to announce another round of austerity measures to cut costs and convince investors to remain committed to the sector.

10 Jul 2015

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