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US-based investors in BHP Billiton may favour a structural change to the business.

Political edge to BHP break-up play

OPINION: Corporate events such as takeovers and break-up proposals do not always have a political edge to them, but when they involve BHP Billiton, once Australia’s biggest company, politics are not far away (and neither is Western Australia).

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South32 (S32)

Share Price

Closing price for the last 90 trading days
Source: Morningstar

Total Shareholder Return as at 31/08/18

1 year TSR5 year TSR
216thWoodside Petroleum35%5%
259thSouth3226%0%
363rdMineral Resources6%12%
397thIluka Resources1%-1%
612thFortescue Metals Group-29%3%
737 WA (and selected non WA) listed companies ranked by 1 year TSR relative to other companies with similar revenue
Source: Morningstar

Share Transactions

24/08/18
$0 Other
24/08/18
$18k Bought
24/08/18
$35k Bought
Total value as at the date of the transaction
Source: Morningstar

Revenue

1st↑South32$10,519.6m
2nd↓Fortescue Metals Group$9,358.7m
3rd-Woodside Petroleum$5,050.0m
4th-Mineral Resources$1,706.7m
5th↑Iluka Resources$1,079.2m
506 listed resources companies ranked by revenue.
Source: Morningstar

Remuneration from South32

2ndGraham Kerr$7.368m
7thRicus Grimbeek$2.950m
10thBrendan Harris$2.662m
Ranked by total remuneration from all listed WA companies

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