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BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust is a grantor trust. The property of the Trust consists of an overriding royalty interest (the Royalty Interest), and cash and cash equivalents held by the Trustee from time to time. The Royalty Interest entitles the Trust to a royalty on approximately 16.4246% of the lesser of the first 90,000 barrels of the average actual daily net production of crude oil and condensate per quarter from the working interest of Hilcorp North Slope, LLC (HNS) in the Prudhoe Bay oil field located on the North Slope in Alaska or the average actual daily net production of crude oil and condensate per quarter from that working interest. The Prudhoe Bay field is one of four contiguous North Slope oil fields that are operated by HNS and are known collectively as the Prudhoe Bay Unit. The Royalty Interest is a non-operating interest in minerals. The trustees of the Trust are The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A.
As of Today at 06:47 UTC, shares in BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust are trading at $15.10. This share price information is delayed by 15 minutes.
Shares in BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust last closed at $15.10 and the price had moved by +305.91% over the past 365 days. In terms of relative price strength the BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust share price has outperformed the S&P500 Index by +334.57% over the past year.
There is no consensus recommendation for this security.
The BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust dividend yield is 4.47% based on the trailing twelve month period.
Last year, BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust paid a total dividend of $0.67, and it currently has a trailing dividend yield of 4.47%. We do not have any data on when BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust is to next pay dividends.
We do not have data on when BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust is to next pay dividends. The historic dividend yield on BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust shares is currently 4.47%.
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As of the previous close price of $15.10, shares in BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust had a market capitalisation of $323.14m.
Here are the trading details for BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust:
- Country of listing: United States
- Exchange: NYQ
- Ticker Symbol: BPT
Based on an overall assessment of its quality, value and momentum BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust is currently classified as a Neutral. The classification is based on a composite score that examines a wide range of fundamental and technical measures. Stock are classified on the the following spectrum: Super Stocks, High Flyers, Contrarians, Turnarounds, Neutral, Value Traps, Momentum Traps, Falling Stars, and Sucker Stocks. For more information, learn about our StockRank Styles.
We could not find analyst target price data for this security.
An important predictor of whether a stock price will go up is its track record of momentum. Price trends tend to persist, so it's worth looking at them when it comes to a share like BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust. Over the past six months, its share price has outperformed the S&P500 Index by +92.36%.
As of the last closing price of $15.10, shares in BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust were trading +27.66% higher than their 200 day moving average. You can read more about the power of momentum in assessing share price movements on Stockopedia.
The BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust PE ratio based on its reported earnings over the past 12 months is null. The shares last closed at $15.10.
The PE ratio (or price-to-earnings ratio) is the one of the most popular valuation measures used by stock market investors. It is calculated by dividing a company's price per share by its earnings per share.
The PE ratio can be seen as being expressed in years, in the sense that it shows the number of years of earnings which would be required to pay back the purchase price, ignoring inflation. So in general terms, the higher the PE, the more expensive the stock is.
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