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About: BHP is a global diversified miner mainly supplying iron ore and copper. 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 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. It also purchased copper miner Oz Minerals in fiscal 2023.

Employees: 42,319

Funds holding %
of 6,474 funds
Analysts bullish %
News positive %
of 15 articles

Fund manager confidence

Based on 2023 Q4 SEC filings by fund managers ($100M+ AUM)

204% more capital invested

Capital invested by funds: $5B [Q3] → $15.2B (+$10.2B) [Q4]

27% more first-time investments, than exits

New positions opened: 99 | Existing positions closed: 78

19% more repeat investments, than reductions

Existing positions increased: 234 | Existing positions reduced: 197

3% more funds holding

Funds holding: 645 [Q3] → 666 (+21) [Q4]

2% more call options, than puts

Call options by funds: $287M | Put options by funds: $281M

0.16% more ownership

Funds ownership: 1.73% [Q3] → 1.89% (+0.16%) [Q4]

11% less funds holding in top 10

Funds holding in top 10: 9 [Q3] → 8 (-1) [Q4]

Research analyst outlook

We haven’t received any recent analyst ratings for BHP.

Financial journalist opinion

Based on 15 articles about BHP published over the past 30 days