BHP Group is under Algo Engine buy conditions and is a current holding in our ASX 100 model portfolio.
The company reported Q1 production that was below analyst forecasts. The impact was most significant in copper where production was down 9%. Iron production was down 2% and thermal coal was also lower.
Despite the soft quarter, BHP reiterated its full-year production guidance.
Based on FY20 revenue of $43bn, EBITDA $25bn, net income $11bn, we have BHP trading 15x forward earnings and 4.5% yield.
Accumulate BHP within the $30 – $34.50 price range.
Author: Leon Hinde
Leon has been working in the financial services industry for 18 years in management and advisory roles. Leon has extensive experience in general advice and dealings involving securities and derivative financial products.
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