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Is BP plc An Annuity Alternative?
The rollercoaster ride experienced by BP (LSE: BP) (NYSE: BP.US) investors over the last four years doesn't make it an obvious choice for a retirement investment.
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Here's How BP plc's Focus Will Fuel its Future
On April 10, BP (NYSE: BP ) held its 105th annual meeting in London. Among the company's topics presented, its strategies to generate growth were the most pressing issues.
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Is There Still Time To Buy BP plc?
Right now I'm looking at some of the most popular companies in the FTSE 100 and wider market to try and establish if there is still time for investors to buy in.
How Safe Is Your Money In BP plc?
BP (LSE: BP) (NYSE: BP.US) shares currently offer a 5.0% prospective yield, broadly in-line with that available from UK peer Royal Dutch Shell.
BP: Dividend Outlook Is Better Than What Is Being Reflected
The share price of BP plc (BP) has risen by 16% over the past 12 years, which is almost in line with the performance from the S&P 500 Index.
Why BP plc's Asset Shredding Will Crimp Earnings Growth
BP has endured a multitude of difficulties in recent times. The oil leviathan saw underlying replacement cost profit collapse 27% during 2013, to �13.4bn, as a backdrop of weak refining margins, exploration write-offs and higher depreciation weighed on ...
Is It Time To Buy Unloved BP plc And Royal Dutch Shell Plc?
As a collective, the human race is hardly known for its great decision-making. For evidence, consider that we've spent $2.8bn watching the Transformers movies at the cinema.
Is BP plc A Super Income Stock?
The last five years have been incredibly tough for shareholders in BP (LSE: BP) (NYSE: BP.US). With the Deepwater Horizon tragedy occurring during the period and BP being forced to sell-off vast swathes of its empire, it is little wonder that shares ...
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How BP plc And Royal Dutch Shell plc Could Profit From the Ukrainian Crisis
Ratings agency Fitch has suggested that BP (LSE: BP), Shell (LSE: RDSA) (LSE: RDSB) (NYSE: RDS-B.US), BG Group (LSE: BG) and Total (could profit in the oil and gas sector from the conflagoration in Crimea.
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Why BP plc Should Be A Candidate For Your 2014 ISA
If any company can be said to have had a tough time in recent years, it's BP (LSE: BP) (NYSE: BP.US). Something like the Gulf of Mexico disaster - the biggest offshore oil spill in US history - is just about the worst fear an investor in the oil ...
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