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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
  74.40 5.73% 1,373.40 1,370.20 1,371.00 1,377.80 1,320.40 1,320.60 10,152,566 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 260,049.0 19,217.3 148.5 9.3 56,326

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26/3/2020
10:55
Https://www.shell.com/investors/dividend-information/interim-dividend-timetable.html 1st quarter 2020 Announcement date April 30, 2020 Ex-dividend date May 14, 2020 Record date May 15, 2020 Closing of currency election date (see Note below) June 2, 2020 Pounds sterling and euro equivalents announcement date June 8, 2020 Payment date June 22, 2020 Note A different currency election date may apply to shareholders holding shares in a securities account with a bank or financial institution ultimately holding through Euroclear Nederland. This may also apply to other shareholders who do not hold their shares either directly on the Register of Members or in the corporate sponsored nominee arrangement. Shareholders can contact their broker, financial intermediary, bank or financial institution for the election deadline that applies.
grupo guitarlumber
26/3/2020
07:16
Https://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/index/date/26-03-2020
florenceorbis
25/3/2020
17:49
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 29.78 +0.13% Gasoline NYMEX 0.58 +14.30% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.72 -0.69% WTI 24.462 USD -0.58% FTSE 100 5,688.2 +4.45% Dow Jones 21,616.12 +4.40% CAC 40 4,432.3 +4.47% SBF 120 3,475.19 +4.05% Euro STOXX 50 2,800.14 +3.75% DAX 9,874.26 +1.79% Ftse Mib 17,111.27 +0.96% Eni 8.723 +4.16% Total 32.85 +7.79% Engie 10.585 +1.88% Bp 339.4 +8.66% Vodafone 117.1 +5.27% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,457 +7.35% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,417.4 +8.02%
waldron
25/3/2020
16:58
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waldron
25/3/2020
16:53
Https://seekingalpha.com/article/4334110-shell-is-best-oil-supermajor-to-own-right-now?utm_medium=email&utm_source=seeking_alpha#alt1&mail_subject=rds-a-shell-s-sell-off-is-overdone-invest-now-to-lock-in-a-record-high-yield&utm_campaign=rta-stock-article&utm_content=link-2
waldron
25/3/2020
07:56
Https://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/index/date/25-03-2020
florenceorbis
24/3/2020
18:48
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 27.24 +0.78% Gasoline NYMEX 0.55 +10.81% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.71 +2.39% WTI 23.482 USD -3.68% FTSE 100 5,446.01 +9.05% Dow Jones 20,212.43 +8.72% CAC 40 4,242.7 +8.39% SBF 120 3,339.8 +8.35% Euro STOXX 50 2,715.11 +9.65% DAX 9,700.57 +10.98% Ftse Mib 16,634.97 +6.91% Eni 8.375 +14.93% Total 30.475 +15.00% Engie 10.39 +6.39% Bp 312.35 +21.58% Vodafone 111.24 +0.94% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,357.2 +20.38% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,312.2 +22.91%
waldron
24/3/2020
07:35
RBC Capital Markets Outperform 1,700.00 - Reiterates
florenceorbis
24/3/2020
07:30
Https://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/index/date/24-03-2020
florenceorbis
23/3/2020
17:38
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 28.82 -0.62% Gasoline NYMEX 0.54 -13.55% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.68 +0.30% WTI 22.505 USD +4.24% FTSE 100 4,993.89 -3.79% Dow Jones 18,856.46 -1.66% CAC 40 3,914.31 -3.32% SBF 120 3,082.31 -3.57% Euro STOXX 50 2,485.54 -1.81% DAX 8,741.15 -2.10% Ftse Mib 15,624.24 -0.68% Eni 7.287 -0.08% Total 26.5 +6.00% Engie 9.766 -6.14% Bp 256.9 +2.07% Vodafone 110.2 -2.06% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,127.4 +6.14% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,067.6 +3.29%
waldron
23/3/2020
13:58
Https://seekingalpha.com/article/4333417-shells-juicy-15-yield-stands-out-among-majors?utm_medium=email&utm_source=seeking_alpha#alt1&mail_subject=rds-a-shell-s-juicy-15-yield-stands-out-among-majors&utm_campaign=rta-stock-article&utm_content=link-2
sarkasm
23/3/2020
12:45
Frank Prenesti Sharecast News 23 Mar, 2020 07:11 23 Mar, 2020 12:28 Shell in plan to save $10bn as Covid-19, oil price crash bite Shell said it was cutting capital expenditure, underlying operating costs and postponing the next phase of its share buyback to save $10bn in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic. Royal Dutch Shell 'A' 1,126.60 12:24:37 23/03/20 0.71% 66.20 FTSE 100 5,123.56 12:28:57 23/03/20 -1.12% -58.25 FTSE 350 2,831.58 12:28:57 23/03/20 -1.38% -39.55 FTSE All-Share 2,790.63 12:28:57 23/03/20 -1.50% -42.61 The oil giant said it would cut underlying operating costs by $3bn - $4bn a year over the next 12 months compared to 2019 levels and reduce cash capital expenditure to $20bn or below for 2020 from a planned level of around $25bn. Shelving the share buyback would save anther $1bn. “Together, these initiatives are expected to contribute $8bn - $9bn of free cash flow on a pre-tax basis. Shell is still committed to its divestment programme of more than $10bn of assets in 2019-20 but timing depends on market conditions.” Chief executive Ben van Beurden said he was “taking immediate steps to ensure the financial strength and resilience of our business”. Covid-19 has led to a slump in the demand for oil, particularly in the aviation industry exacerbated by the oil price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia. “The combination of steeply falling oil demand and rapidly increasing supply may be unique, but Shell has weathered market volatility many times in the past.” Brent crude was trading almost 5% lower at less than $26 a barrel on Monday. Shell launched a $25bn share buyback to offset dilution from shares issued during the 2016 takeover of BG Group as well as shares issued as dividend payments after the last oil price crash of 2014 -16. Hargreaves Lansdown analyst Nicholas Hyett said the company could come under pressure to put aside its " totemic dividend policy". "However some shareholder returns have already proven less than sacrosanct, with the share buyback suspended. If we’re in a new era of sustained sub-$40 oil then the dividend could yet become a burden that’s too much to bear," he said.. "That’s the rub for Shell investors. The group’s taking emergency action to protect cash flow in the short term, but the influence of the oil price means its future is largely out of its hands. There’s no knowing exactly how long the toxic combination of increased global supply and falling demand will last.”
sarkasm
23/3/2020
09:33
DIVI DATES Https://www.shell.com/investors/dividend-information/interim-dividend-timetable.html Closing of currency election date (see Note below) February 28, 2020 Pounds sterling and euro equivalents announcement date March 9, 2020 Payment date March 23, 2020
florenceorbis
23/3/2020
08:55
Https://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/index/date/23-03-2020
florenceorbis
23/3/2020
08:23
Shell Curbs Buyback, Cuts Spending Forecast Amanda Jordan, Bloomberg News A scallop shaped Shell logo sits on display above a newly opened gas station, operated by Royal Dutch Shell Plc, in Kemerovo, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 14, 2018. Royal Dutch Shell plans to double the number of its petrol stations in Russia to 450, says Sergey Starodubtsev, the director-general of Shell Neft, the company's Russian subsidiary. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg A scallop shaped Shell logo sits on display above a newly opened gas station, operated by Royal Dutch Shell Plc, in Kemerovo, Russia, on Friday, Sept. 14, 2018. Royal Dutch Shell plans to double the number of its petrol stations in Russia to 450, says Sergey Starodubtsev, the director-general of Shell Neft, the company's Russian subsidiary. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg , Bloomberg (Bloomberg) -- Royal Dutch Shell Plc said it won’t continue with the next phase of its share buyback program, joining a growing list of energy companies enacting cost savings to weather the market crisis. The oil major announced Monday it was taking “immediate steps to ensure the financial strength and resilience” of its business. While its intention to complete the share buyback remains unchanged, “it is not likely to be feasible before the end of 2020,” according to a statement. Shell sees a reduction in cash capital spending to $20 billion or below for 2020 from a planned level of around $25 billion. It also expects a reduction in underlying operating costs by $3 billion to $4 billion a year over the next 12 months compared with 2019 levels, and a “material̶1; decline in working capital. Together, the measures are expected to contribute $8 billion to $9 billion of free cash flow on a pretax basis. The company said it’s still committed to its divestment program of more than $10 billion of assets in 2019-20 but timing depends on the market. Across the oil and gas industry, companies are reining in spending as they seek to weather a crash in the oil market. Exxon Mobil Corp. has announced a slowdown in its spending program, while European counterpart BP Plc’s head Bernard Looney said it would reduce capital and operational spending. ©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
waldron
23/3/2020
08:14
Jamie Ashcroft 07:21 Mon 23 Mar 2020 Follow Jamie on: viewRoyal Dutch Shell Plc Royal Dutch Shell to cut costs by up to US$9bn to protect finances from coronavirus “The combination of steeply falling oil demand and rapidly increasing supply may be unique, but Shell has weathered market volatility many times in the past" Royal Dutch Shell Plc - Royal Dutch Shell to cut costs by up to US$9bn to protect finances from coronavirus Royal Dutch Shell Plc (LON:RDSB) told investors it is taking decisive action to “reinforce financial strength and resilience” and to position the company for the eventual economic recovery following the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. Shell is cutting its removing some US$5bn from its capital spending budget, which will now stand at US$2bn for 2020, and, it plans to slash underlying operating costs by US$3bn to US$5bn over the course of the year. READ: Shell deemed “most vulnerable” by City analyst It is expected these changes will contribute around US$8bn to US$9bn of free cash flow per year over the next twelve months. The company noted that it also remains committed to its planned US$10bn asset divestment programme. “As well as protecting our staff and customers in this difficult time, we are also taking immediate steps to ensure the financial strength and resilience of our business,” said Ben van Beurden, Shell chief executive. “The combination of steeply falling oil demand and rapidly increasing supply may be unique, but Shell has weathered market volatility many times in the past.” Shell said it will seek to maintain strong financial credit metrics and ensure its balance sheet remains robust. The company added that it has around US$20bn of cash and equivalents plus US$10bn of undrawn credit lines. MyProactive
waldron
23/3/2020
08:07
Royal Dutch Shell plc cuts capex, suspends share buybacks Mar. 23, 2020 3:52 AM ET|About: Royal Dutch Shell plc (RDS.B)|By: Gaurav Batavia, SA News Editor Royal Dutch Shell plc (NYSE:RDS.A) expects to generate FCF of $8B-9B on a pre-tax basis. Reduces operational costs by $3B-$4B p.a. over the next 12 months against the 2019 level. Cuts FY20 Capex guidance to $20B or below from prior guidance of ~$25B. Material reductions in working capital. Divestment program of more than $10B of assets in 2019-20 depending on the market conditions. Suspends share buyback program, following the completion of the current share buyback tranche. The company has ~$20B in cash and cash equivalents, $10B of undrawn credit lines and access to extensive commercial paper programs. Press Release
waldron
20/3/2020
17:27
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 28.67 +0.70% Gasoline NYMEX 0.68 -1.46% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.71 -1.22% WTI 25.647 USD -2.78% FTSE 100 5,190.78 +0.76% Dow Jones 19,983.17 -0.52% CAC 40 4,095.83 +6.23% SBF 120 3,196.27 +5.32% Euro STOXX 50 2,548.5 +3.58% DAX 8,928.95 +3.70% Ftse Mib 15,669.59 +1.31% Eni 7.293 +4.71% Total 25 +11.11% Engie 10.405 +1.17% Bp 251.7 +4.55% Vodafone 112.52 -3.00% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,062.2 +4.08% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,033.6 +7.67%
waldron
20/3/2020
10:20
Https://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/index/date/20-03-2020
florenceorbis
20/3/2020
05:27
KEY POINTS U.S. crude futures for April rose 92 cents, or 3.7% to $26.14 a barrel. The front-month April contract, which spiked 24% on Thursday, expires later on Friday. Brent crude futures climbed 57 cents, or 2%, to $29.04 per barrel. Brent rose 14.4% on Thursday in its biggest one-day gain since September. GP: US Pumpjack at Dusk in the Permian Basin Silhouette of Permian Basin pumpjacks taken at dusk, north of Midland, Texas, U.S. in late 2019. Richard Eden | via Getty Images U.S. crude oil prices rose over $1 on Friday, extending steep gains from the previous session, after U.S. President Donald Trump hinted he may intervene in the price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia at an “appropriate time”. Prices were also supported by United States’ plans to buy oil for its emergency stockpile, while regulators in the country’s largest oil-producing state Texas were reportedly considering curtailing production. “Such actions, if implemented, would reduce global and domestic supplies and help support prices in the near-term,” Goldman Sachs said in a note on Friday. “While this support could prove lasting in 2H20, the accompanying supply cuts would however remain much too small to offset the current 8 million barrels per day hit on demand from the coronavirus...”; The more active West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures contract for May was up $1.01, or 3.9% at $26.92 a barrel by 0352 GMT. U.S. crude futures for April rose 92 cents, or 3.7% to $26.14 a barrel. The front-month April contract, which spiked 24% on Thursday, expires later on Friday. Brent crude futures climbed 57 cents, or 2%, to $29.04 per barrel. Brent rose 14.4% on Thursday in its biggest one-day gain since September. U.S. crude and Brent have both collapsed about 40% in the last two weeks since talks between the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies, including Russia, broke down, which led Saudi Arabia to ramp up supply. The Trump administration is considering a diplomatic push to get Saudi Arabia to close its taps and using the threat of sanctions on Russia to force them to reduce output, the Wall Street Journal reported, quoting unidentified sources. “A fair bit of short covering ensued after President Trump suggested he may tackle the oil crisis by brokering a deal between Moscow and Riyadh,” Stephen Innes, chief market strategist at AxiCorp, said in a note. U.S. crude prices were also supported by the country’s plans to buy crude for stockpiling after the U.S. Department of Energy said it would buy up to 30 million barrels of crude oil for the Strategic Petroleum Reserve by the end of June. “Buying oil for the strategic reserve is a very constructive measure to help some U.S. producers avoid collapse amid the international price war,” said Per Magnus Nysveen, head of analysis at Oslo-based energy research firm Rystad Energy.
bigtune888
19/3/2020
22:38
hxxps://www.forexlive.com/technical-analysis/!/wti-crude-oil-futures-jumped-to-2771-20200319 Crude oil surges on rumors, but backs off There are some rumours that Putin has instructed Novak to engage in Saudi Arabia in talks. That is the basis of the sharp run up. We are currently giving up the gains with the price currently trading at $25.66. I guess the rumours don't have much credence, but it hard to tell the market to ignore the price action (PS liquidity is also limited)
love and gold
19/3/2020
22:38
hxxps://www.forexlive.com/technical-analysis/!/wti-crude-oil-futures-jumped-to-2771-20200319 Crude oil surges on rumors, but backs off There are some rumours that Putin has instructed Novak to engage in Saudi Arabia in talks. That is the basis of the sharp run up. We are currently giving up the gains with the price currently trading at $25.66. I guess the rumours don't have much credence, but it hard to tell the market to ignore the price action (PS liquidity is also limited)
love and gold
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