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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Royal Dutch Shell Plc LSE:RDSA London Ordinary Share GB00B03MLX29 'A' ORD EUR0.07
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -13.40 -0.9% 1,469.60 1,465.80 1,466.60 1,472.00 1,452.60 1,464.00 2,415,289 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 260,049.0 19,217.3 148.5 10.1 60,272

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01/1/2020
18:44
waldron 1 Jan '20 - 18:26 - 8767 of 8768 Edit 0 0 0 Both RDSA and RDSB shares are traded in three stock exchange centers – London, Amsterdam, and New York. The RDSA shares also have control of the 57 per cent of the company. The shareholders do not have voting power in the company, but they receive the assets before the other shareholders of RDSB in case of a bankruptcy. On the other hand, the shareholders of RDSB are associated with Shell Transport and Trading, the company’s shipping arm which is based in London, United Kingdom. Since Shell Transport and Trading is a company in itself, thus it is listed as a United Kingdom company and has shareholders of its own. As a British company, it is under the tax system of the United Kingdom. With respect to the Divide Access Mechanism of the company, these shares don’t have withholding tax since these shares are U.K.-sourced dividends. The company should prove to the Dutch tax inspectors that these shares are sourced directly from U.K. income. RDSB controls the remaining 43 per cent of the company’s total shares and pays in pound sterling (the U.K.’s currency) when it comes to pay dividends. Also, shareholders of RDSB have voting power in the company but cannot receive assets until the RDSA shareholders get their share of the assets in a bankruptcy scenario. INTERESTING WHAT THINK YOU FJG NEVER SAY NEVER CHUCKLE waldron 1 Jan '20 - 18:37 - 8768 of 8768 Edit 0 1 0 chinahere thank you for your observation and welcome cheers FJG will be pleased that RDSB is a second class citizen if ever there is the doubtful event of a bankruptcy scenario
waldron
01/1/2020
18:43
waldron 1 Jan '20 - 18:13 - 8762 of 8768 Edit 0 0 0 chinahere 1 Jan '20 - 18:06 - 8761 of 8761 0 0 0 If it states the RDSA will receive their assets first in a bankruptcy, surely it would be calculated only as a percentage of final assets, so RDSB holders will still follow with the same per-share assets eventually wouldn't they? My old china where does it say that, you gotta link, cause i am still suffering from excessive festive celebrating, not to mention there is little sign of bankruptcy risk kindly clarify chinahere 1 Jan '20 - 18:15 - 8763 of 8768 0 0 0 I just searched on Google and got this: Http://www.differencebetween.net/business/difference-between-rdsa-and-rdsb/ waldron 1 Jan '20 - 18:17 - 8764 of 8768 Edit 0 1 0 chinahere 1 Jan '20 - 18:15 - 8763 of 8763 0 0 0 I just searched on Google and got this: Http://www.differencebetween.net/business/difference-between-rdsa-and-rdsb/ Difference Between RDSA and RDSB • Categorized under Business | Difference Between RDSA and RDSB RDSA vs RDSB Royal Dutch Shell is a company that is associated with oil and gas. It has global operations with its headquarters in The Hague, Netherlands and has a registered office in London, United Kingdom. As a company, it is often referred to simply as Shell. In the present, it is the second largest energy company in the world and fifth largest company overall. As a gas and oil company, its activities include exploration of gas and oil reservations, production, refining, and distribution of oil around the globe. It is also a company that dabbles in petrochemicals, power generation, and trading. With the current trend of renewable energy in response to climate change, the company has been involved in biofuels, hydrogen, solar and wind power. As a business, the company is registered in the stock market as RDSA and RDSB. These are the classifications of shares wherein each share is a share of the company. Both shares have identical rights but have different characteristics. For example, RDSA is associated with the original Royal Dutch Shell Company. It is Dutch listed and complies with the Dutch tax system. For people who have these kinds of shares, there is a Dutch withholding tax on the shares divided on the rate of 15-25 per cent. This is in accordance with the Divide Access Mechanism that the company imposes on its company shares. Also, the default currency to pay the dividends is in Euros, the currency adopted by the Dutch government. Both RDSA and RDSB shares are traded in three stock exchange centers – London, Amsterdam, and New York. The RDSA shares also have control of the 57 per cent of the company. The shareholders do not have voting power in the company, but they receive the assets before the other shareholders of RDSB in case of a bankruptcy. On the other hand, the shareholders of RDSB are associated with Shell Transport and Trading, the company’s shipping arm which is based in London, United Kingdom. Since Shell Transport and Trading is a company in itself, thus it is listed as a United Kingdom company and has shareholders of its own. As a British company, it is under the tax system of the United Kingdom. With respect to the Divide Access Mechanism of the company, these shares don’t have withholding tax since these shares are U.K.-sourced dividends. The company should prove to the Dutch tax inspectors that these shares are sourced directly from U.K. income. RDSB controls the remaining 43 per cent of the company’s total shares and pays in pound sterling (the U.K.’s currency) when it comes to pay dividends. Also, shareholders of RDSB have voting power in the company but cannot receive assets until the RDSA shareholders get their share of the assets in a bankruptcy scenario. Summary: 1.RDSA and RDSB shares differ in the location where they are listed – RDSA is formerly of the original Royal Dutch Shell Company of the Netherlands while RDSB is previously associated with Shell Transport and Trading, a U.K.-based company and a subdivision of Royal Dutch Shell. 2.At the present, the RSDA has a higher percentage of the company with 575 while RDSB controls only 43 per cent. 3.RDSA is listed in the Netherlands with a withholding tax on dividends of 15-25 per cent while RDSB is a U.K.-sourced dividend under the company’s Divide Access Mechanism. 4.The default currency to pay dividends for RSDA is the Euro (the Dutch currency) while the pound sterling (the U.K.’s currency) is for the RDSB. 5.RDSA shareholders have no vote but have immediate access to assets in case of a company bankruptcy while RDSB shareholders have voting power but have to wait for their assets in the same scenario. Read more: Difference Between RDSA and RDSB | Difference Between Http://www.differencebetween.net/business/difference-between-rdsa-and-rdsb/#ixzz69nvw6kAn chinahere 1 Jan '20 - 18:19 - 8765 of 8768 0 0 0 Yes that is better - how do you add links please? waldron 1 Jan '20 - 18:23 - 8766 of 8768 Edit 0 1 0 START ANY LINK WITH CAPITAL H
waldron
31/12/2019
15:59
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 65.93 -1.11% Gasoline NYMEX 1.70 -1.56% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.16 -1.05% (WTI) 60.98 USD -1.02% FTSE 100 7,542.44 -0.59% Dow Jones 28,419.1 -0.15% CAC 40 5,978.06 -0.07% SBF 120 4,703.82 -0.12% Euro STOXX 50 3,745.15 -0.20% DAX 13,249.01 -0.66% Ftse Mib 23,506.37 -1.06% Eni 13.846 -1.10% Total 49.2 +0.03% Engie 14.4 -0.79% Orange 13.12 -0.08% Bp 471.6 -1.44% Vodafone 146.76 -1.25% Royal Dutch Shell A 2,235 -0.45% Royal Dutch Shell B 2,239.5 -0.36%
waldron
31/12/2019
07:57
Https://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/index/date/31-12-2019
florenceorbis
31/12/2019
07:56
Shell sells off last Haynesville shale position Dec. 30, 2019 1:55 PM ET|About: Royal Dutch Shell plc (RDS.A)|By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A -0.6%) is exiting the gassy Haynesville shale after Castleton Resources closed a deal to acquire its east Texas and north Louisiana assets in the play for an undisclosed sum. Castleton will acquire 60K acres that produce more than 100K cf/day of natural gas, increasing its Haynesville scale by ~40%. The Haynesville-focused firm is owned by CCI and Tokyo Gas, which will increase its ownership stake in Castleton to 46% from 30%. Try Seeking Alpha PREMIUM for unlimited analysis on RDS.A
florenceorbis
30/12/2019
17:23
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 66.67 -0.30% Gasoline NYMEX 1.73 -0.83% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.21 -1.17% (WTI) 61.55 USD -0.24% FTSE 100 7,587.05 -0.76% Dow Jones 28,512.55 -0.46% CAC 40 5,982.22 -0.91% SBF 120 4,709.29 -0.82% Euro STOXX 50 3,748.47 -0.88% DAX 13,249.01 -0.66% Ftse Mib 23,506.37 -1.06% Eni 13.846 -1.10% Total 49.185 -0.21% Engie 14.515 -1.19% Bp 478.5 -1.13% Vodafone 148.62 -1.58% Royal Dutch Shell A 2,245 -0.90% Royal Dutch Shell B 2,247.5 -1.03%
waldron
30/12/2019
08:33
Https://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/index/date/30-12-2019
florenceorbis
27/12/2019
17:16
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 66.89 +0.19% Gasoline NYMEX 1.76 +0.11% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.20 -3.68% (WTI) 61.72 USD +0.10% FTSE 100 7,644.9 +0.17% Dow Jones 28,697.13 +0.26% CAC 40 6,037.39 +0.13% SBF 120 4,748.39 +0.11% Euro STOXX 50 3,781.68 +0.19% DAX 13,337.11 +0.27% Ftse Mib 23,757.6 -0.59% Eni 14 -0.11% Total 49.29 -0.37% Engie 14.69 +0.48% Bp 483.95 -0.77% Vodafone 151 +0.40% Royal Dutch Shell A 2,265.5 -0.55% Royal Dutch Shell B 2,271 -0.20%
waldron
27/12/2019
08:03
Https://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/index/date/27-12-2019
florenceorbis
24/12/2019
15:40
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 66.95 +0.84% Gasoline NYMEX 1.73 +1.16% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.18 -1.49% (WTI) 60.89 USD +0.53% FTSE 100 7,632.24 +0.11% Dow Jones 28,519.79 -0.11% CAC 40 6,029.55 +0.00% SBF 120 4,743.13 +0.05% Euro STOXX 50 3,774.39 -0.10% DAX 13,300.98 -0.13% Ftse Mib 23,898.42 -0.44% Eni 14.016 +0.30% Total 49.475 +0.24% Engie 14.62 -0.24% Orange 13.28 +0.23% Bp 487.7 -0.28% Vodafone 150.4 -0.01% Royal Dutch Shell A 2,278 +0.71% Royal Dutch Shell B 2,275.5 +0.73%
waldron
24/12/2019
08:03
Bonnes fêtes de fin d'années! Https://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/index/date/24-12-2019
florenceorbis
23/12/2019
17:35
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 66.39 +0.38% Gasoline NYMEX 1.71 +0.09% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.23 -3.55% (WTI) 60.57 USD +0.25% FTSE 100 7,623.59 +0.54% Dow Jones 28,570.63 +0.41% CAC 40 6,029.37 +0.13% SBF 120 4,740.7 +0.15% Euro STOXX 50 3,776.66 +0.10% DAX 13,300.98 -0.13% Ftse Mib 23,898.42 -0.44% Eni 14.016 +0.30% Total 49.355 +0.58% Engie 14.655 -0.64% Bp 489.05 +0.82% Vodafone 150.42 -0.17% Royal Dutch Shell A 2,262 +1.34% Royal Dutch Shell B 2,259 +1.14%
waldron
23/12/2019
07:48
Https://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/index/date/23-12-2019
florenceorbis
20/12/2019
17:21
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 66.17 -0.56% Gasoline NYMEX 1.72 +0.47% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.30 +1.59% (WTI) 60.5 USD -0.90% FTSE 100 7,582.48 +0.11% Dow Jones 28,503.5 +0.45% CAC 40 6,021.53 +0.82% SBF 120 4,733.46 +0.76% Euro STOXX 50 3,776.56 +1.07% DAX 13,318.9 +0.81% Ftse Mib 24,003.64 +1.24% Eni 13.974 +0.92% Total 49.07 +0.14% Engie 14.75 +1.72% Bp 485.05 +0.29% Vodafone 150.68 -0.34% Royal Dutch Shell A 2,232 -1.63% Royal Dutch Shell B 2,233.5 -1.72%
waldron
20/12/2019
15:23
Oil 20 Dec 2019 | 14:09 UTC London Shell paints downbeat picture amid weaker economic outlook Author Eklavya Gupte Editor James Leech Commodity Oil London — Oil major Shell warned Friday of lower earnings and underwhelming output in the fourth quarter of 2019, weighed down by a weaker economic outlook as well as challenging trading conditions at its gas trading division, adding that it expects impairment charges of up to $2.3 billion. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now "Based on the macro outlook, post-tax impairment charges in the range of $1.7-2.3 billion are expected for the quarter," the company said as it released a partial snapshot of results ahead of its 2019 earnings statement. It did not specify which assets it was referring to. Shell said it expects its upstream production to range between 2.775 million-2.825 million b/d of oil equivalent in the fourth quarter of 2019, fairly stable compared with the 2.809 million boe/d in the fourth quarter of last year. The warning does however contrast with the company's previous guidance in October, when it said it expected oil and gas production to return to growth, although at the time it also flagged concerns over the health of the global economy, arguing that it was threatening to delay plans to cut debt and boost shareholder returns. 'AVERAGE' LNG PERFORMANCE Integrated gas production will average 920,000-970,000 boe/d, while LNG liquefaction volumes will likely range around 8.8-9.4 million mt, down from Q3 2019 but up from Q4 last year. Shell said the performance of its LNG trading division is expected to be average, adding it will be down from Q3 2019 but it will be approximately in line with Q2 2019. The LNG market has been experiencing a supply glut this year, putting pressure on trading margins. Spot gas prices in Asia and Europe have nosedived in 2019 amid a wave of new LNG plants coming onstream and subdued gas demand growth in Asia. On the downstream side, Shell said its refining margins will be impacted by the continued weak macro environment amid slower oil demand growth. Refinery availability in Q4 will be down to around 91% and 93% compared with 94% in Q4 2018, while oil products sales will be between 6.5 million-7 million b/d. "Marketing margins are expected to be lower due to seasonal trends, and weaker compared to the fourth quarter 2018 due to crude price movements impacting retail margins," it added. Shell also said an additional well write-offs in the range of $100 million-200 million are expected compared with Q4 2018, although no cash impact is expected. Amid a weaker macro environment, the major said full-year 2019 capital expenditure will be at the lower end of its $24 billion-29 billion range. -- Eklavya Gupte, eklavya.gupte@spglobal.com -- Edited by James Leech, newsdesk@spglobal.com
ariane
20/12/2019
08:21
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florenceorbis
19/12/2019
17:25
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 66.62 +0.68% Gasoline NYMEX 1.71 +1.41% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.26 -0.18% (WTI) 61.26 USD +0.76% FTSE 100 7,573.82 +0.44% Dow Jones 28,352.61 +0.40% CAC 40 5,972.28 +0.21% SBF 120 4,697.77 +0.22% Euro STOXX 50 3,739.17 -0.05% DAX 13,211.96 -0.08% Ftse Mib 23,708.94 +0.34% Eni 13.846 +0.20% Total 49 +0.80% Engie 14.5 +0.10% Bp 483.65 +0.91% Vodafone 151.2 +0.47% Royal Dutch Shell A 2,269 +1.11% Royal Dutch Shell B 2,272.5 +1.07%
waldron
19/12/2019
09:57
Https://www.marketscreener.com/ROYAL-DUTCH-SHELL-6273/news-strategies/Expect-the-comeback-of-a-strong-trend-29748771/
waldron
18/12/2019
17:13
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 66.09 -0.02% Gasoline NYMEX 1.68 -0.40% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.26 -2.04% (WTI) 60.87 USD +0.51% FTSE 100 7,540.75 +0.21% Dow Jones 28,272.07 +0.02% CAC 40 5,959.6 -0.15% SBF 120 4,687.66 -0.17% Euro STOXX 50 3,741.05 -0.11% DAX 13,222.16 -0.49% Ftse Mib 23,628.87 -0.01% Eni 13.818 +0.85% Total 48.61 -0.36% Engie 14.485 -1.66% Bp 479.3 +0.09% Vodafone 150.5 +0.82% Royal Dutch Shell A 2,244 +0.49% Royal Dutch Shell B 2,248.5 +0.87%
waldron
18/12/2019
15:17
Chart looks good here
nw99
18/12/2019
07:51
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florenceorbis
17/12/2019
18:11
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 66.02 +1.04% Gasoline NYMEX 1.69 +1.07% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.30 -1.07% (WTI) 60.84 USD +1.21% FTSE 100 7,525.28 +0.08% Dow Jones 28,325.57 +0.32% CAC 40 5,968.26 -0.39% SBF 120 4,695.46 -0.34% Euro STOXX 50 3,745.28 -0.75% DAX 13,287.83 -0.89% Ftse Mib 23,630.77 +0.45% Eni 13.702 +0.57% Total 48.785 +1.05% Engie 14.73 +0.58% Orange 13.445 +0.75% Bp 478.85 +2.32% Vodafone 149.28 +0.65% Royal Dutch Shell A 2,233 +2.64% Royal Dutch Shell B 2,229 +3.19%
waldron
17/12/2019
08:34
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florenceorbis
16/12/2019
17:45
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 65.45 +0.35% Gasoline NYMEX 1.66 -0.05% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.34 +2.67% (WTI) 60.12 USD +0.62% FTSE 100 7,519.05 +2.25% Dow Jones 28,325.4 +0.68% CAC 40 5,991.66 +1.23% SBF 120 4,711.55 +1.19% Euro STOXX 50 3,772.74 +1.16% DAX 13,407.66 +0.94% Ftse Mib 23,524.76 +0.84% Eni 13.624 +0.15% Total 48.28 +0.96% Engie 14.645 +0.41% Orange 13.345 +0.53% IAG Price (GBX) 640.00 +1.68% (Up +10.60) Bp 468 +1.20% Vodafone 148.32 +1.42% Royal Dutch Shell A 2,175.5 +1.07% Royal Dutch Shell B 2,160 +1.15%
waldron
16/12/2019
08:02
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florenceorbis
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