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RDSA.L
Royal Dutch Shell plc
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1,944.00 -40.50 (-2.04%)
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Prev Close 1,984.50
Open 1,966.00
Bid 1,912.00 x 267600
Ask 2,000.00 x 140100
52wk Range 1,256.00 - 2,127.40
Day's Range 1,915.50 - 1,967.00
Volume 9,212,834
Avg Vol (3m) 6,601,082
As of 12:05 PM EDT. Market closed.
  • Reuters yesterday

    First U.S. LNG shipment goes to China as Panama Canal opens markets -data

    The first liquefied natural gas vessel from the lower 48 U.S. states is on its way to China, according to a Reuters interactive map on Friday, the latest sign that the expanded Panama Canal is allowing U.S. exports to reach the world's top LNG buyers in Asia. Royal Dutch Shell's Maran Gas Apollonia loaded up with gas at Cheniere Energy Inc's Sabine Pass LNG export plant in Louisiana, the map showed. Shell does not disclose the destination of its vessels, company spokesman Ray Fisher said.

  • Seminole Management Loaded Up On These 5 Stocks in Q2
    Insider Monkey yesterday

    Seminole Management Loaded Up On These 5 Stocks in Q2

    In late 2015, Seminole Management Company, a New York-based hedge fund firm co-founded by Michael Messner and Paul Shiverick in 1995, revealed its plans to return $400 million of outside investors’ money because it could not “maintain historical-like returns” in a changed trading environment without reducing assets under management. “In short, the game has changed” […]

  • The Wall Street Journal yesterday

    [$$] Italy's Eni Posts Loss on Weak Oil Price

    Eni swung to a loss in the second quarter as the low price of crude oil led to a steep drop in revenue, while the forced shutdown of a domestic oil field in southern Italy resulted in a drop in production....

  • Bloomberg yesterday

    Oil Giants Find There’s Nowhere to Hide From Doomsday Market

    Exxon Mobil Corp. and Royal Dutch Shell Plc this week reported their lowest quarterly profits since 1999 and 2005, respectively. Chevron Corp.’s third straight loss marked the longest slump in 27 years, ...

  • Reuters yesterday

    Wholesale California gasoline prices plunge, consumers still pay up

    Wholesale gasoline in California became the cheapest in the country this week, but that change has largely gone unseen at the pump, where consumers are still paying the highest prices in the continental United States to fill up their cars. The declines in the state's retail gasoline market over that period of time have averaged less than 14 cents, according to data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. On Thursday, wholesale California gasoline was trading below $1.20 a gallon.

  • The Wall Street Journal 2 days ago

    [$$] Oil-Price Rout Casts Shadow Over Earnings in Energy Sector

    After two years of spending cuts, canceled projects and tens of thousands of layoffs, Europe’s biggest energy companies are still struggling to cope with a prolonged oil-price rout.

  • Oilprice.com 2 days ago

    Shell Disappoints Analysts With Abysmal Earnings Report

    Royal Dutch Shell disappointed with its second quarter earnings, reporting numbers much lower than what analysts had expected

  • Royal Dutch Shell Couldn't Capitalize on Rising Oil Prices in the Second Quarter
    Motley Fool 2 days ago

    Royal Dutch Shell Couldn't Capitalize on Rising Oil Prices in the Second Quarter

    Despite oil prices climbing in the second quarter, Royal Dutch Shell's production units continue to post heavy losses.

  • Bloomberg 2 days ago

    Shell Misses Earnings Estimates by More Than $1 Billion

    Royal Dutch Shell missed earnings estimates by more than $1 billion as the oil producer suffered its worst quarterly earnings in 11 years. Bloomberg's Will Kennedy examines results from Shell and other ...

  • Shell Misses Earnings Estimates by More Than $1 Billion
    Bloomberg Video 2 days ago

    Shell Misses Earnings Estimates by More Than $1 Billion

    July 28 -- Royal Dutch Shell missed earnings estimates by more than $1 billion as the oil producer suffered its worst quarterly earnings in 11 years. Bloomberg's Will Kennedy examines results from Shell and other European oil producers on "Bloomberg Markets."