- Motley Fool•last month
The oil giant seems to have found its groove following the decline in the price of oil, and now management has a new direction.
- Reuters•2 months ago
Shell made more money than Exxon Mobil in the second half of 2016, despite the Anglo-Dutch oil major's annual profit hitting its lowest level in more than a decade as it grappled with a deep downturn. Europe's largest oil and gas company showed stronger signs that it was turning a corner following deep spending cuts, divestments and thousands of job losses last year, with cashflow increasing by 69 percent in the fourth quarter.
- TheStreet.com•2 months ago
Royal Dutch Shell shares gained firmly in London on Thursday despite a weaker-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings report.
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