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BHP Group Ltd ADR BHP Stock Quote

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Last close prices updated as of Jan 27, 2023, 7:40 PM EST | USD | BATS BZX Real-Time Price
  • Last Close 69.88
  • Sector Basic Materials
  • Industry Other Industrial Metals & Mining
  • Investment Style Large Value
  • Day Range 69.24  –  70.68
  • Year Range 46.92  –  71.05
  • Market Cap 176.8408 Bil
  • Volume / Avg 3.1 Mil /  3.2 Mil
  • Price / Sales 2.72
  • Price / Book 4.06
  • Forward Div Yield 9.44%
  • Trailing Div Yield 9.30%

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BHP Reports Solid Second-Quarter Fiscal 2023 Production Led by Iron Ore; AUD 39.50 FVE Retained

Jon Mills Equity Analyst

Analyst Note

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BHP reported solid production in the second quarter of fiscal 2023. Helped by the continued ramp up of its new South Flank mine, shipments from the company’s Western Australian Iron Ore operations in the Pilbara rose 4% on the prior quarter, but were flat on the same quarter last year. Iron ore volume guidance is unchanged at 284 to 298 million metric tons on a 100% basis and the company is on track to meet our fiscal 2023 forecast of about 290 million metric tons (100% basis), similar to fiscal 2022. Iron ore accounts for around two thirds of forecast BHP EBIT for our forecast period.

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Business Description

BHP is a global diversified miner mainly supplying iron ore, copper, and metallurgical coal. The merger of BHP Limited and Billiton PLC created the present-day BHP Group. The dual listed structure from the 2001 BHP and Billiton merger was collapsed in 2022. Major assets include Pilbara iron ore, Queensland coking coal, and Escondida copper. Onshore U.S. oil and gas assets were sold in 2018 and the remaining Petroleum assets were spun off and merged with Woodside in 2022, with BHP vesting the Woodside shares it received to BHP shareholders. BHP is growing its nickel business to supply more battery grade nickel and is also entering the potash market through the development of its Jansen mine in Canada.

171 Collins Street, Level 18
Melbourne, VIC, 3000, AUS
Industry Other Industrial Metals & Mining
Employees 39,210

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FAQs for BHP Group Ltd ADR Stock

Yes. BHP has a forward dividend yield of 9.44%. See BHP’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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BHP’s market cap is 176.84 Bil.
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BHP’s stock style is Large Value.
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BHP’s price/sales is 2.72.
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BHP’s price/forward earnings is 12.11.
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BHP’s price/book is 4.06.
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BHP’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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