Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Royal Dutch Shell Plc LSE:RDSB London Ordinary Share GB00B03MM408 'B' ORD EUR0.07
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  30.60 3.17% 996.10 10,609,941 16:35:25
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,000.00 1,000.60 1,008.80 963.80 974.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 260,049.02 19,217.31 148.54 6.5 36,917
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:06:32 O 45,000 996.10 GBX

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Royal Dutch Shell Daily Update: Royal Dutch Shell Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RDSB. The last closing price for Royal Dutch Shell was 965.50p.
Royal Dutch Shell Plc has a 4 week average price of 948.60p and a 12 week average price of 948.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,419.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 889.70p.
There are currently 3,706,183,836 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 8,803,171 shares. The market capitalisation of Royal Dutch Shell Plc is £36,917,297,190.40.
ukneonboy: what is showing strong resistance at 11.00 ? you surely dont mean RDSB do you ? RDSB share price closed tonight at £10.30
ukneonboy: Tomorrow morning whilst the "stale bulls" are all worrying about falling crude oil prices and fretting about losing even more money on RDSB, I will be enjoying a great round of golf, plenty of fresh air, a spot of lunch, some witty banter and a few drinks. So just for you here's the latest Crude prices WTI Crude • 43.36 +0.01 +0.02% Brent Crude • 45.61 -0.25 -0.55% Mars US • 44.55 +0.53 +1.20% Opec Basket • 45.87 +0.68 +1.50% Urals • 43.80 -0.75 -1.68% Louisiana Light • 44.92 +0.78 +1.77% Bonny Light • 45.22 +0.94 +2.12% Mexican Basket •41.12 +0.62 +1.53% and here's today's closing RDSB share price £10.76 Will be most interested to see exactly how many of you BB posters actually make any real money on RDSB or even substantially reduce your EXISTING capital losses by Dec 2020. dont forget to message me on 31.12.20 :-) TTFN
ukneonboy: In reply to Mr Bullsh*tter (a.k.a Chess123) we've now established you've pumped and dumped Boohoo and Serco - the latter obviously costing you dearly By virue of your own serco BB posting (reproduced above), you publicly confirmed that you've a long position in RDSB at £10.86 per share, so with buying costs I reckon your b/even must be £11+ Pity you didnt state how many RDSB you bought, but never mind. And now, you are systematically attempting to BULLSH*T the RDSB share price upwards. Good Luck, with that one, mate. Also over the weekend, didnt you predict that BT shares would be trading at £1.30 each yesterday ?? How's that one going for you ??? lol
ukneonboy: Chess123 I hope you made a typo about RDSB "all the way back to 20p" in your last BB post ?? Otherwise a lot of people on this BB are gonna start crying........LOL Worse still, if you actually meant £20 per share - have a stab at guessing what the price of a single barrel of Brent Crude oil would need to be trading at, to engineer a recovery in the RDSB share price to £20 The best guesses from Wood Mackenzie's Oil analysts would require Crude Oil rebounding and trading in 3 figures - ie US $100+ for a prolonged period of time (9 - 12 months). Realistically, US $100+ is somewhere between fairly unlikely to highly improbable, but good luck with your hunch. But do remember the old adage "Let the trend, be your friend"
ukneonboy: LUKEHOLD You are very much entitled to your opinion and if that's your hunch, you may well be right. Dont worry about KERMIT (a.k.a SPUD), his blind faith (some call it ignorance to the facts) and hopeless optimism are unflappable on this BB. He's clearly lost a lot of money on RDSB in 2020 and is certainly desperate to talk up the RDSB share price along with similar postings on the GlaxoSmithkline BB
xxxxxy: Royal Dutch Shell (LSE:RDSB) released its second-quarter results this week, and it suffered losses in several areas. The RDSB share price has been falling in recent weeks, and these latest results have not helped. While it is still up from its March low of around £9 a share, the RDSB share price has dropped more than half its value since January.These second-quarter results may make depressing reading, but surprisingly they are slightly better than analysts were expecting. This offers a beacon of hope in a murky sea of financial bad news.Times are hard for oil companies, and the majors are not exempt from the downturn. The price of oil persists in the $40 range with little sign of rapid recovery until the pandemic is brought under control. As Covid-19 still rages on, the light at the end of the tunnel seems a distant flicker. With expectations of a subdued oil price for some time to come, Shell adjusted the value of its assets, which resulted in a $16.8bn pre-tax impairment charge for the quarter.All is not lostOne advantage oil giants like Shell have over smaller independent oil companies like Premier Oil, is that they have an in-house trading division. This is like their own day-trading department that allows them to make big profits in oil price volatility. This has paid off in recent months and helped generate $2.4bn in underlying profit for its oil products division. An impressive sum, 89% higher than the equivalent period in 2019. Its underlying chemicals profits also rose through the period, up 56% to $206m.CEO Ben van Beurden said: "Our decisive cash preservation measures will underpin the strengthening of our balance sheet. Our high-quality integrated portfolio, disciplined execution and forward-looking strategy enable sustained competitive free cash flow generation."Despite finding itself amid a global crisis, Shell's management's focus is on working to ensure it emerges stronger and fitter. It took decisive action as the coronavirus impact took hold, rebasing its dividend for the first time in over 70 years and postponing the next tranche of its share buyback programme. It also sped up digitalisation initiatives that should reap benefits and cash savings in the future. All of this has prevented the RDSB share price from crashing outright.A wobble in the RDSB share priceUncertainty regarding oil demand for the next couple of years, along with geopolitical struggles and global financial woes, are all factors contributing to the wobbling RDSB share price. It is no surprise there is nervousness in the financial markets and many companies are seeing their share prices suffer.In the very long term, I think Shell, along with its FTSE 100 peer BP, will reinstate themselves as big players in energy, both in fossil fuel and renewables. This is not likely to be a quick recovery, but I think success will eventually prevail. Although RDSB cut its dividend in the spring, it looks safe at this level and still offers a yield of around 4%. In the current economic circumstances, this is not a bad return for an income investor's portfolio. Overall, I think RDSB shares remain a good buy at current prices.The post As the RDSB share price falters on results, are Shell shares a good buy? appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.... From Yahoo Finance
misca2: £5k to invest? I’d buy the Shell share price for income today Rupert Hargreaves | Sunday, 24th May, 2020 | More on: RDSB Management’s decision to cut the company’s dividend sent the Shell (LSE: RDSB) share price plunging when it was announced a few weeks ago. This was the first time the stock, which was a staple in income investors’ portfolios, had cut its dividend since the end of the Second World War. But while the Shell share price’s yield is now no longer as attractive as it once was, the stock still stands out as an income investment. As such, it could be a great addition to your income portfolio today. Buy the Shell share price for income Shell’s dividend cut caught many investors by surprise. Many income investors might have preferred the company to maintain its dividend, even if it meant selling more assets or borrowing more money. But the cut makes a lot of sense. It will save Shell an estimated $10bn a year. Management can use this cash to reduce borrowing or invest in operations. It could also open the door to share buybacks and special dividends if profits exceed expectations. And even after the cut, the firm remains an income champion. The Shell share price currently supports a dividend yield of more than 4%. That’s significantly more than most companies in the current environment. It’s also considerably higher than the best savings account interest rates on the market today. Growth potential What excites me is what Shell might do with this extra cash. The company remains one of the world’s largest oil producers, but the planet is slowly moving away from hydrocarbons. Shell needs to invest in the future if it wants to remain relevant, and using the cash to build its renewable energy business could be a sensible decision. The company could also use the funds to buy struggling peers. This would give it better economies of scale and even more pull over global energy markets. This may be a big positive for the Shell share price. These initiatives could help improve the company’s earnings growth over the long term. This would be a sensible trade-off — exchanging short-term income for long-term capital growth. The company can also use the money to reduce debt. This would increase the appeal of the Shell share price from a risk perspective. Paying down debt would help the group cut production costs further, and improve profit margins. All of the initiatives above should help the business grow over the long term. So, while the recent dividend cut might be disappointing for short-term income investors, it could translate into attractive capital growth over the long run. As such, now could be a great time to buy the Shell share price for income. A dividend yield of 4% is attractive in the current environment, and this could rise steadily over the coming years as the company re-deploys capital into growth initiatives. If you are worried about the outlook for oil and gas, owning the Shell share price as part of a well-diversified income portfolio may be the best option. Rupert Hargreaves owns shares in Royal Dutch Shell. The Motley Fool UK has no position in any of the shares mentioned. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors.
not my real name: montyhedge, "when every amateur piles in after reading the weekend newspapers, it comes off." ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Or possibly after reading a weekends worth of your inane drivel. After all, with all your followers you must have a significant impact on the RDSB share price. Don't you? NMRN
waldron: NO DOUBT YOU WILL PLEASED TO NOTE THE RDSB share price WAS SUPPORTED TODAY BY JUST OVER A MILLION BUYBACKS Price (GBX) 1,886.40 Var % (+/-) -1.80% (Down -34.60) High 1,913.60 Low 1,871.80 Volume 9,454,822 Last close 1,886.40 on 21-Feb-2020 Bid 1,882.60 Offer 1,883.40 Trading status End of Post Close Special conditions XD
florenceorbis: Investomania Shell share price: 3 reasons why I’m optimistic about LON:RDSB’s prospects I think Royal Dutch Shell Plc (LON:RDSB) (RDSB.L) could deliver a rising share price in the long run September 30, 2019 Robert Stephens, CFA The performance of the Shell (LON:RDSB) share price has been mixed of late. In my opinion, countering forces have been responsible for heightened volatility in the oil and gas sector. The growth prospects of the world economy may have been brought into question by the ongoing trade war between the US and China. At the same time, geopolitical challenges involving Saudi Arabia may have had a positive impact on the oil price. In the short term, it wouldn’t surprise me if the interaction between demand and supply growth in the oil and gas industry remains difficult to accurately predict. This may lead to a volatile performance for the LON:RDSB share price. In my view, however, Shell could offer a bright long-term future. There are a few reasons for this. Its strategy is one of them. I feel that the company is pursuing a sound overall strategy that could see its asset base shrink in size, with it expected to offload assets over the medium term. It is also expected to attempt to reduce debt, which I feel could be a sound move at a time when the prospects for the wider industry are uncertain. I’m also optimistic about LON:RDSB’s future because of its valuation. It has a P/E ratio of around 12.7, which I think could undervalue its long-term growth prospects. Its yield of 6.3% is also attractive in my eyes. Furthermore, I believe that the oil and gas industry may have a better long-term future than its valuation suggests. With electric vehicles expected to make up around 30% of total vehicle sales across the world by 2030, I expect petrol and diesel-powered cars to remain dominant in the wider industry. This could mean that Shell enjoys stronger trading conditions that its share price suggests, and that it may produce improving financial performance that translates into capital growth.
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