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- BHP's 30 day story count now stands at 19.
- Over the past 29 days, the trend for BHP's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 5.
- The most mentioned tickers in articles about BHP are RIO, ASX and BEN.
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Below are the latest news stories about BHP Group Ltd that investors may wish to consider to help them evaluate BHP as an investment opportunity.
Mining stocks have bulldozed ahead as prices for copper, iron ore and aluminum surged. Long-term bullish outlooks for copper prices are tied to green energy and EVs.
The world's top three iron ore miners on Thursday launched a competition to crowdsource efficient ways to deliver power to battery-electric haulage truck fleets as they strive to cut greenhouse gas emissions. The "Charge on Innovation Challenge", run by BHP Group, Rio Tinto and Vale S.A. with Australian mining services body Austmine, is looking for fast-charging concepts that would deliver around 400 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity to truck fleets at remote mine sites. The mining industry is looking to move its diesel powered truck fleets to electric to cut emissions.
A union representing workers at BHP's ([[BHP]] +2.4%) Escondida and Spence copper mines in Chile is calling for a strike vote after contract negotiations stalled, Reuters reports.The union president says workers' demands and their critical role in the productive chain have been overlooked, according to the report.Escondida - the world's...
Iron ore stocks are on the rise Monday as commodity prices climb.
The S&P/ASX 200 index climbed 1.3 per cent to 7,172.8, rising to pre-pandemic levels, with index heavyweights BHP Group and Rio Tinto scaling record highs on strong iron ore prices.
BHP (BHP) closed the most recent trading day at $78.37, moving +1.52% from the previous trading session.
As BHP Group looks at options to spin off or sell its thermal coal assets, the miner is facing pressure from climate conscious investors who want divergent paths and that's even before getting to the tough task of finding a buyer. The world’s largest miner has been in talks with stakeholders on its plans to divest the Mt. Arthur thermal coalmine, its stake in a steel-making coal project with Japan's Mitsui and a stake in a thermal coal mine in Colombia. How BHP, which faces about $1 billion in clean up costs at Mt. Arthur alone, divests could be a template for other miners,including Glencore Plc and Anglo American whoare also mulling ways to offload coal assets.
[[BHP]] is 90% likely to approve phase 1 construction of the long-delayed Jansen potash project in Saskatchewan within the next several months, Scotiabank analyst Ben Isaacson says.The Jansen project is not the market disrupter it was initially, Isaacson says, considering the global fertilizer market is bigger today compared to when the facility...
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