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Price 542.80on 20-06-2019 at 11:50:14
Change 1.20 0.22%
Buy 542.90
Sell 542.80
Buy / Sell BP. Shares
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Last Trade: Buy 4,000 at 543.20p
Day's Volume: 8,066,287
Last Close: 541.60p
Open: 544.50p
ISIN: GB0007980591
Day's Range 541.80p - 551.10p
52wk Range: 481.35p - 603.20p
Market Capitalisation: £110,200m
VWAP: 542.345p
Shares in Issue: 20,261m

Recent Trades History BP (BP.)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Buy*4,000543.20Automatic Execution
11:18:44 - 20-Jun-19
Buy*1,000543.20Automatic Execution
11:18:44 - 20-Jun-19
Sell*4,000543.20Automatic Execution
11:18:44 - 20-Jun-19
Sell*5,000543.20Automatic Execution
11:18:44 - 20-Jun-19
Buy*750543.20Automatic Execution
11:18:44 - 20-Jun-19
Buy*315543.20Automatic Execution
11:18:44 - 20-Jun-19
Buy*213543.20Automatic Execution
11:18:44 - 20-Jun-19
Buy*500543.20Automatic Execution
11:18:44 - 20-Jun-19
Buy*1,250543.20Automatic Execution
11:18:44 - 20-Jun-19
Buy*1,806543.20Automatic Execution
11:18:44 - 20-Jun-19

Share Price History for BP

Time period:
Date Open High Low Close Volume
19th Jun 2019 (Wed)549.00550.00541.40545.9032,503,831
18th Jun 2019 (Tue)534.50548.30534.00536.0074,476,889
17th Jun 2019 (Mon)540.10541.40532.70538.9029,786,833
14th Jun 2019 (Fri)540.50540.80535.70539.0025,647,648
13th Jun 2019 (Thu)540.10545.00538.10540.8034,750,404
12th Jun 2019 (Wed)550.10553.90539.60557.0042,839,144
11th Jun 2019 (Tue)555.30558.70555.00555.5019,344,191
10th Jun 2019 (Mon)554.60556.50552.20551.8018,335,348
7th Jun 2019 (Fri)547.40554.50545.50543.5024,920,606
6th Jun 2019 (Thu)541.50545.50540.00537.6022,234,933
5th Jun 2019 (Wed)543.40548.90537.10544.6024,182,871
4th Jun 2019 (Tue)540.90545.00536.80544.0022,475,940
3rd Jun 2019 (Mon)536.80544.80532.10540.1029,459,575
31st May 2019 (Fri)537.00541.20534.50541.3038,390,366
30th May 2019 (Thu)542.90547.20541.00541.3019,784,122
29th May 2019 (Wed)544.00544.60537.00545.5027,775,286
28th May 2019 (Tue)545.90549.60544.70544.5048,612,011
27th May 2019 (Mon)
24th May 2019 (Fri)543.50550.00542.60544.1025,865,447
23rd May 2019 (Thu)554.00556.80541.80560.5030,694,092
22nd May 2019 (Wed)563.00565.80559.40560.1026,333,008
21st May 2019 (Tue)561.80564.70558.400.0020,859,252
20th May 2019 (Mon)557.90562.70554.00556.0021,370,991

BP. - BP Investor Summary

BP is one of the largest energy companies in the world and is among the six 'super major' multi service energy companies operating in the exploration, refinery, distribution and retail markets. The company was founded in 1909 as the Anglo-Persian Oil Company APOC (and later became the Anglo Iranian Oil Company AIOC) for the purposes of exploration in that country. After a diminishing influence in exploration in Iran owing to political changes, the company began exploration outside the Middle East in the 1950s successfully extracting oil in Alaska in 1959 and being the first to produce oil from the North Sea in the mid-1960s.

The company was privatised in 1987, however, this was just days prior to 'black Monday' and the shares were soon selling for a fraction of their initial offering. The share price recovered reasonably well and expansion of the firm continued with acquisitions such as Britoil in 1988, Amoco in 1998, and Burma Castrol and Arco in 2000. In recent years the company has shown a willingness to invest in alternative fuels and has a solar energy division (BP Solar). This is reflected in the new corporate identity introduced in 2000 based around the 'Beyond Petroleum' concept. Some 'greener' concepts have been put into practice within the company, for example in new service station design. In 2007 the company posted turnover of $284 billion employing almost 100,000 staff and operating 17 refineries and over 24,000 service stations worldwide.

News about BP (BP.)

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News - Thursday, June 20, 2019

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News - Thursday, June 20, 2019

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