BP Now Up 35% From Its Lows

Just a heads up: Between the talk of asset sales, a possible acquisition (seems doubtful, but it’s out there), and the possibility of capping the well, shares of BP are continuing to rise.

In pre-market activity they’re up another $1 to $35/share, nearly 35% above the $26 low.


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