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Bhp Billiton Share Price (BLT)

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Price 1,577.40on 18-02-2018at 16:30:00
Change 0.00 -1.29%
Buy 1,579.40
Sell 1,578.80
Buy / Sell BLT Shares
Last Trade: Sell 20,218 at 1,577.282p
Day's Volume: 8,870,521
Last Close: 1,577.40p
Open: 1,607.00p
ISIN: GB0000566504
Day's Range 1,577.40p - 1,614.20p
52wk Range: 1,103.00p - 1,690.50p
Market Capitalisation: £83,975m
VWAP: 0.00p
Shares in Issue: 5,324m

Recent Trades History Bhp Billiton (BLT)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Sell*20,2181,577.28217:14:08 - 16-Feb-18
Buy*551,584.13618:38:19 - 16-Feb-18
Buy*22,6501,590.75818:38:22 - 16-Feb-18
Buy*91,584.18918:38:20 - 16-Feb-18
Sell*142,8561,577.78618:38:19 - 16-Feb-18
Buy*183,2231,582.17718:12:21 - 16-Feb-18
Buy*36,1771,589.02218:02:03 - 16-Feb-18
Buy*25,9831,593.34817:52:19 - 16-Feb-18
Buy*8751,602.64217:44:53 - 16-Feb-18
Buy*91,584.18917:26:22 - 16-Feb-18

Share Price History for Bhp Billiton

Time period:
Date Open High Low Close Volume
16th Feb 2018 (Fri)1,607.001,614.201,577.401,577.4011,911,079
15th Feb 2018 (Thu)1,605.201,622.801,587.801,598.0011,632,462
14th Feb 2018 (Wed)1,537.001,574.601,516.801,574.6012,280,693
13th Feb 2018 (Tue)1,520.801,535.401,503.601,531.607,307,130
12th Feb 2018 (Mon)1,501.001,520.001,489.801,505.008,532,823
9th Feb 2018 (Fri)1,468.001,498.001,462.001,475.4012,359,799
8th Feb 2018 (Thu)1,492.401,493.801,448.001,475.0012,321,534
7th Feb 2018 (Wed)1,526.201,526.201,494.601,512.2010,368,974
6th Feb 2018 (Tue)1,484.601,551.801,453.601,502.2011,961,902
5th Feb 2018 (Mon)1,528.801,560.801,517.401,542.4010,929,019
2nd Feb 2018 (Fri)1,564.201,573.601,531.001,537.207,714,620
1st Feb 2018 (Thu)1,562.601,583.201,557.801,561.006,778,306
31st Jan 2018 (Wed)1,560.001,575.801,553.001,564.008,940,478
30th Jan 2018 (Tue)1,568.801,586.001,564.001,569.808,480,163
29th Jan 2018 (Mon)1,585.001,614.401,584.601,600.009,436,656
26th Jan 2018 (Fri)1,562.801,581.201,555.401,582.407,783,136
25th Jan 2018 (Thu)1,569.801,576.601,558.601,568.807,753,346
24th Jan 2018 (Wed)1,579.801,581.801,560.201,560.607,212,621
23rd Jan 2018 (Tue)1,581.601,592.001,563.201,575.0010,279,960
22nd Jan 2018 (Mon)1,593.201,612.301,590.701,593.009,181,478
19th Jan 2018 (Fri)1,601.601,655.101,566.301,613.809,184,232

BLT - Bhp Billiton Investor Summary

BHP Billiton is one of the world's largest mining companies and is listed on the London Stock Exchange where it is a member of the FTSE 100 share price index. The company as it currently exists was created in 2001 following the merger of the Broken Hill Proprietary Company from Australia and Billiton, a UK concern. Prior to the merger, the Broken Hill Proprietary Company primarily had interests in steel manufacturing, petroleum exploration as well as copper and diamond extraction. Billiton's interests were mainly in tin, lead, aluminium, nickel, coal and titanium minerals.

The company has since continued to expand its operations through merger and acquisition and through rationalisation of its markets. In 2005, BHP Billiton paid over $7 billion (US) for WMC Resources based in Australia and operating in nickel mining and processing, fertilizer production, and copper and uranium exploration. The company currently operates in Algeria, Angola, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Columbia, Guinea, Indonesia, Iraq, Mozambique, New Zealand, Pakistan, Peru, South Africa, Trinidad & Tobago, the UK and the USA. The firm was also in talks to take over the Rio Tinto Group in late 2008 until global economic conditions led to a change of strategy. Since this, the company has announced the closures of some facilities and some staff reductions to improve trading conditions in the expected economic climate. The company had revenues of almost $60 billion (US) in 2008 with a profit of over $15 billion and currently employs over 30,000 people.

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