BHP Billiton Ltd (BHP)

39.21
0.60 1.51
NYSE : Basic Materials
Prev Close 39.81
Open 39.50
Day Low/High 39.03 / 39.66
52 Wk Low/High 27.83 / 41.79
Volume 2.46M
Avg Volume 2.77M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 2.66B
Market Cap 105.92B
EPS -2.40
P/E Ratio N/A
Div & Yield 1.60 (4.00%)

Latest News

Stocks in Flux as Materials Slump, Consumer Names Trade Higher

Stocks in Flux as Materials Slump, Consumer Names Trade Higher

Stocks are in flux.

Is This Miner About to Make a Major Move?

Is This Miner About to Make a Major Move?

Better-than-projected growth in China revives copper and Freeport-McMoRan.

Market Stands at a Make-Or-Break Level: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Monday 7/17/17)

Market Stands at a Make-Or-Break Level: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Monday 7/17/17)

Jim Cramer says the earnings results we get this week will determine where stocks are headed for the rest of the quarter.

Stocks Cling to Flatline as Wall Street Awaits Earnings

Stocks Cling to Flatline as Wall Street Awaits Earnings

Stocks hold close to flat of a rush of earnings reports this week.

Chinese Data Boosts London While Europe's Benchmarks Slide

Chinese Data Boosts London While Europe's Benchmarks Slide

Data helped to boost sentiment toward the global economy among investors and lifted metals prices across the board, with a subsequent read-across into stock markets throughout much of the session.

BHP Billiton Looks Good From the Long Side

BHP Billiton Looks Good From the Long Side

With bullishly aligned daily and weekly bar charts and only limited resistance on a Point and Figure chart, we have a bullish outlook for BHP.

Cramer: International Stocks Are Going to Drive This Market

Cramer: International Stocks Are Going to Drive This Market

Some key stocks with a greater than 50% book of business from overseas have been on a steady path higher.

Bank Stocks Drag European Benchmarks Lower

Bank Stocks Drag European Benchmarks Lower

Banks were a bummer in Europe.

European Stocks Surge on Bullish Oil Data and Easing Tensions

European Stocks Surge on Bullish Oil Data and Easing Tensions

European stock benchmarks moved sharply higher Wednesday as investors responded to dissipating political risks and a seemingly brighter outlook for the U.S. and economies across Europe.

Big Gains on Wall Street Power S&P 500's Best Day Since April

Big Gains on Wall Street Power S&P 500's Best Day Since April

Stocks higher, S&P 500 logs best day since April.

S&P 500 Sees Best Gains Since April, Third Best of the Year

S&P 500 Sees Best Gains Since April, Third Best of the Year

Stocks higher as materials lead gains.

Stocks Rise as Materials Climb, Nasdaq Looks to Snap Losing Streak

Stocks Rise as Materials Climb, Nasdaq Looks to Snap Losing Streak

Stocks higher as materials lead gains.

Commodities Sink European Stocks as Investor Sentiment Sours

Commodities Sink European Stocks as Investor Sentiment Sours

A stronger dollar, commodity supply concerns and an increasingly uncertain outlook for global growth conspired to darken the mood among investors Tuesday.

President Trump Has Become 'Something of an Albatross' to the Stock Market, Jim Cramer Says

President Trump Has Become 'Something of an Albatross' to the Stock Market, Jim Cramer Says

It's no longer clear the president can pass his economic agenda, and that's hurting stocks.

Qualcomm May Have Just Reinvented How Your Life Goes With Owning an Electric Car

Qualcomm May Have Just Reinvented How Your Life Goes With Owning an Electric Car

This is the new technology.

Apple Should Buy This Healthcare Disruptor, Citi Analyst Says

Apple Should Buy This Healthcare Disruptor, Citi Analyst Says

The purchase would be an accelerator.

Twitter Isn't a Social Network, Co-Founder Explains

Twitter Isn't a Social Network, Co-Founder Explains

It's all about the news instead.

With Over 2 Billion Users, Facebook Is 'Starting Something New'

With Over 2 Billion Users, Facebook Is 'Starting Something New'

What the social media giant is up to improve its platform.

Wall Street Has It All Wrong on Alphabet, Hints Analyst

Wall Street Has It All Wrong on Alphabet, Hints Analyst

Estimates may be too high.

Federal Reserve Terminates 2010 Bank of America Enforcement Action

Federal Reserve Terminates 2010 Bank of America Enforcement Action

Bank of America will no longer have to submit the quarterly progress reports it sent the Fed since 2010.

It Looks Like a Lot of People Just Bought a New Harley-Davidson, Analyst Says

It Looks Like a Lot of People Just Bought a New Harley-Davidson, Analyst Says

Here's what the research said.

Dow, DuPont Merger Poised to Win U.S. Antitrust Approval

Dow, DuPont Merger Poised to Win U.S. Antitrust Approval

The approval represents the final hurdle in establishing what is poised to become a global chemicals giant.

Apple to Allow Greater iPhone Integration With Google Assistant, Report Says

Apple to Allow Greater iPhone Integration With Google Assistant, Report Says

Google Assistant could even replace Siri on phones if users choose to do so.

Marriott CEO Sorenson Wants Trump to Improve Relations With Cuba

Marriott CEO Sorenson Wants Trump to Improve Relations With Cuba

The CEO's comments came as Trump is expected on Friday to announce new policy relating to Cuba.

Relaxed Credit Standards at Fannie Mae Could Be a Jolt for This Homebuilder

Relaxed Credit Standards at Fannie Mae Could Be a Jolt for This Homebuilder

Wedbush analyst Jay McCanless argues that the Atlanta-based homebuilder will enter a growth phase in 2018.