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SHEL Shell Plc

2,851.00
9.50 (0.33%)
19 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Shell Plc LSE:SHEL London Ordinary Share GB00BP6MXD84 ORD EUR0.07
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  9.50 0.33% 2,851.00 2,851.50 2,852.00 2,855.50 2,755.00 2,837.00 8,362,636 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs 316.62B 19.36B 2.9802 9.57 185.23B
Shell Plc is listed in the Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SHEL. The last closing price for Shell was 2,841.50p. Over the last year, Shell shares have traded in a share price range of 2,214.00p to 2,952.00p.

Shell currently has 6,495,789,107 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Shell is £185.23 billion. Shell has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 9.57.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/4/2024
20:13
You told us grandly not long back you had sold out completely at 24 as the divvi was poor. Clever guy
the white house
19/4/2024
19:39
Aka the clot in clogs. spud
spud
19/4/2024
19:31
Yes - van Beurden really was a silly blinkered nut-zero tree huger pretend oilman wasn’t he - what a complete tool
adg
19/4/2024
18:22
Good and fair article .
xxxxxy
18/4/2024
10:17
It is a well known fact that especially oil companies buy back their shares near the highs which is poor value for the share holders.

It is the brokers who are making loads of money out of the fees they receive.

loganair
18/4/2024
10:00
Spot on CraftyAle
geckotheglorious
18/4/2024
08:21
edd milliband is a good enough reason to leave.
hellscream
18/4/2024
08:03
True ...Sadly
xxxxxy
18/4/2024
07:56
Shell are considering a move to the US for good reason. The British public, media and politicians scream when profits are announced. Shareholders are akin to Satan for receiving a dividend. A company that produces a product that society desperately needs is seen as evil. All from a lazy, socialist, dysfunctional and opinionated UK public that have achieved nothing since WW2. Shell needs to leave the UK and become an unshackled and appreciated company. Shells buybacks are a direct consequence of an idiot government which is destroying the UK. Actions have consequences, unless you are the UK public who just bend over and take it. Buybacks wouldn’t be happening in the US.
craftyale
18/4/2024
07:51
Passenger car sales dropped in Europe as demand for electric vehicles dried up.New-vehicle registrations fell by 5.3pc across the European Union to 1m last month, according to the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association, with EVs particularly hard hit.Sales of battery-powered cars dropped by 11.3pc as demand in Germany, Europe's largest economy, plunged by 28.9pc.The market share for EVs shrank from 13.9pc in March last year to 13pc in the same month of this year. It comes as Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz and Tesla all reported falling electric vehicle sales in the first three months of the year....Daily Telegraph
xxxxxy
18/4/2024
01:50
Warren Buffet doesn't agree and believes buybacks should only occur when the share is undervalued. He also thinks asking management whether their company is undervalued is like asking an athlete before a game whether they think they will win and for that reason a buyback should be based on some value metric so that buybacks only occur when the share is undervalued and not the current fashion of routinely using buybacks as a way of returning capital. He regards that as being akin to saying I have x amount to spend on buying a business and I don't care how high the price goes I am still going to buy.

I agree with loganair on this and many other shares.

The institutions arranging the buybacks always win with their fees a bit like lawyers.

pj84
17/4/2024
13:32
Clueless & ignorant postbuybacks started a couple of years BEFORE Covid
the white house
17/4/2024
08:33
Typical of oil companies to buy back their shares when their share price is near all time highs.

The problem is when the oil price is high, oil companies are making huge profits and their share price in turn is high. At these times I would like to see Shell hold on to their profits until the oil price falls back leading to a drop in their share price then use the profits they've held back to buy back share.

How about Shell buying back their shares during covid, buying back as many as they could when the share price was under £10, could have bought back 3 shares for the same price as they are now buying back just 1.

It would be in the share holders interests for Shell to stop buying back shares when over a certain price, for example when the share price is above £20 Shell stops and when falls below restarts it share buy back programme.

More often then not, share buy backs destroy value in a company.

loganair
17/4/2024
00:21
Just think about how many millions they are saving on the dividend payout. Debt reduction when they finish share buybacks. Then, just think about what the share price might be and the size of the dividend. It's the same as BP, which I hold.
veryniceperson
16/4/2024
15:40
Further restrictions/sanctions of Iran to sell oil to come : Yellen
the white house
16/4/2024
10:18
They were gonna spend £100b on a stupid train line between one 3rd world slum and another 3rd world slum - so what’s £60b to secure UK with a clean cheap reliable energy future
adg
16/4/2024
09:56
Rather than buying back shares when the share price is so high, I'd much prefer Shell to use the money to pay off more debt.
loganair
16/4/2024
09:38
nuclear? the counrty cant afford it. 50-60B and 10 years to build. we need like 10 plants.
hellscream
16/4/2024
07:29
But I think, near certainty , EVs are a niche market only.Real future is nuclear .But politicians fail to lead, and fail the people .
xxxxxy
16/4/2024
00:14
Daily Telegraph

Questor update Hold

philanderer
15/4/2024
11:59
Best can be said EVs are a niche market , not a mass market.Laws of Physics Rule OK
xxxxxy
15/4/2024
11:58
Tesla will reportedly lay off 10pc of its global workforce as demand for electric vehicles wanes and amid increased competition from China.The world's largest electric car maker will cut around 14,000 roles under the plan. It employs about 140,000 people.Chief executive Elon Musk announced the "difficult decision" in an internal memo to staff that was leaked to Electrek....Daily Telegraph
xxxxxy
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