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BP plc And Royal Dutch Shell Plc's 5% Yields Are Black Gold
The search for income has never been harder than it is today. With prospects for the first base rate hike now receding, that isn't going to change soon.
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Why BP plc Really Yields 9%!
BP (LSE: BP) (NYSE: BP.US) is one of the FTSE 100's largest constituents and also one of the index's dividend stalwarts.
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How BP plc Could Return To Pre-Crisis Peak Of 650p
Life as an investor in BP (LSE: BP) (NYSE: BP.US) has been tough of late. Shares in the company have fallen by 14% in the last three months alone and have shown little sign of a turnaround.
Oil Price Collapse Sinks BP plc And Royal Dutch Shell Plc
One of the first things investors learn about BP (LSE: BP) (NYSE: BP.US) and Royal Dutch Shell (LSE: RDSB) (NYSE: RDS-B.
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Why BP plc Is Down On Prime Minister Modi
Investors in India love the country's new prime minister Narendra Modi - well, all with the possible exception of British energy giant BP (LSE: BP). Its $7.2 billion investment in the KG-D6 offshore gas field is yet to achieve its full potential, with ...
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Will BP plc (BP) Q3 Earnings Miss on Production Concerns? - Analyst Blog
Production growth has been a challenge for BP since the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill incident. The company has witnessed a production decline since then, which is likely to continue.
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BP plc & Royal Dutch Shell Plc: Overvalued Or Undervalued?
The pressure is building on oil prices. The macroeconomic landscape and fundamentals haven't really changed in the last couple of quarters, however.
Making Sense Of The New Balance In Crude Oil Prices [Chevron Corporation ...  ETF Daily News
Shale Boom Tested as Sub-$90 Oil Threatens U.S. Drillers  Bloomberg
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What Management Would Prefer You Didn't Know About BP plc
Here's a brain teaser for you: if BP (LSE: BP) (NYSE: BP.US) produces oil, and the price of oil goes down, what happens to BP's bottom line? Stumped? It's a tough question but the answer is that it decreases. BP investors understand this risk. They ...
What Management Would Prefer You Didn't Know About BP plc  The Motley Fool UK
Global Oil Glut Sends Prices Plunging  Wall Street Journal
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Is Solo Oil PLC The Perfect Partner For BP plc In Your Portfolio?
Meanwhile, BP (LSE: BP) (NYSE: BP.US) has disappointed thus far in 2014, with Russian sanctions and a failure to win an appeal to claw back some of the compensation costs associated with the Deepwater Horizon oil spill being the key reasons for this.
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Can BP plc Help You To Retire Rich?
Last week was not a good one for investors in BP (LSE: BP). That's because shares in the oil major have fallen by 5% and could have further to fall in the short run, as investor sentiment seems to be very weak.
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