FP.PA - TOTAL S.A.

Paris - Paris Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
54.12
-0.38 (-0.70%)
At close: 5:39PM CEST
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Previous Close54.50
Open54.37
Bid42.90 x 1100
Ask43.20 x 25000
Day's Range53.75 - 54.69
52 Week Range42.22 - 54.95
Volume6,018,371
Avg. Volume5,866,769
Market Cap142.103B
Beta0.84
PE Ratio (TTM)16.20
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield2.56 (4.93%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-06-11
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters2 hours ago

    Austria's OMV stands by Iran project but no investment yet

    Austrian energy group OMV is continuing with planned Iranian energy projects despite the United States' withdrawal from a nuclear pact with Tehran, but said on Tuesday it had made no investments there yet. European firms doing business in Iran face U.S. sanctions after President Donald Trump withdrew from a deal between the U.S., France, Germany, Britain, Russia, China and Iran, which lifted sanctions in exchange for Tehran limiting its nuclear programme.

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    EU could compensate firms hit by U.S. sanctions over Iran -French minister

    France is looking to see if the European Union could compensate European companies that might face U.S. sanctions for doing business with Iran, French finance minister Bruno Le Maire said on Sunday. Le Maire referred to EU rules dating back to 1996 which he said could allow the EU to intervene to protect European firms against any sanctions imposed by the United States, adding that France wanted the EU to toughen its stance in this area.

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    [$$] Oil Closes Lower as Investors Take Profits

    Oil prices closed lower on Friday, after wavering between gains and losses in anticipation of renewed U.S. economic sanctions on Iran. Light, sweet crude for June delivery settled down 21 cents, or 0.3%, at $71.28 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. President Donald Trump last week pulled the U.S. out of a 2015 international agreement to curb Iran’s nuclear program, setting the stage to reinstate sanctions on the Islamic Republic, a member of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries.

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  • Reuters4 days ago

    French business chief in Iran sees bleak prospects for European firms

    The head of France's business lobby in Iran said on Friday he feared a mass exodus of European firms following the U.S. decision to impose new sanctions and that EU government efforts to protect their companies were unlikely to be enough. European leaders want to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers, which lifted most of the international sanctions that have badly hurt the Iranian economy in exchange for curbs on its nuclear programme. "Sadly, what we can fear is a mass withdrawal of European firms," Matthieu Etourneau, managing director of the French Centre for Business in Tehran, said at a conference at the French Institute for International Relations.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    UK's top Qatari LNG importer seeks to broaden supply as cargoes slump

    Britain's busiest liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal, South Hook, is seeking to broaden its sources of supply as robust Asian demand diverts cargoes from Qatar - the world's biggest exporter and the terminal's majority shareholder. Volumes to the terminal, in which Qatar Petroleum owns a controlling stake, have halved so far this year from a year ago to 1.2 million cubic metres (mcm) and amount to just 15 percent of 2016 volumes for the same period. South Hook, in Wales, has been seeking to broaden the specification of its gas since January, a proposal that was approved late on Thursday by the Joint Office of Gas Transporters (JOGT), which administers the rules for transporting gas in Britain.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    UK's top Qatari LNG importer seeks to broaden supply as cargoes slump

    Britain's busiest liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal, South Hook, is seeking to broaden its sources of supply as robust Asian demand diverts cargoes from Qatar - the world's biggest exporter and the terminal's majority shareholder. Volumes to the terminal, in which Qatar Petroleum owns a controlling stake, have halved so far this year from a year ago to 1.2 million cubic metres (mcm) and amount to just 15 percent of 2016 volumes for the same period. South Hook, in Wales, has been seeking to broaden the specification of its gas since January, a proposal that was approved late on Thursday by the Joint Office of Gas Transporters (JOGT), which administers the rules for transporting gas in Britain.

  • MarketWatch4 days ago

    Oil prices hold near 3 1/2-year high — Brent nears $80 — as market braces for Iran sanctions

    Oil prices rose Friday, with Brent crude trading close to the $80-a-barrel threshold, in anticipation of renewed U.S. economic sanctions on Iran. July Brent crude (IFEU:LCO=F) rose 30 cents, or 0.4%, at $79.60 a barrel on ICE Futures Europe, after tapping a high of $80.50. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, June West Texas Intermediate crude (CLM18.NYM), the U.S. benchmark, edged up by 6 cents, or 0.1%, to $71.56 a barrel, holding at a 3½ year high.

  • The Wall Street Journal5 days ago

    [$$] Brent Crude Hits $80 Amid Concerns Over Iran Supply

    Brent crude prices pared gains to settle near unchanged after hitting $80 a barrel Thursday, as Washington’s decision to reinstate sanctions on Iran continued to fuel a rally that has pushed the market to 3 1/2 -year highs. Brent crude, the global oil benchmark, settled up 2 cents at $79.30 a barrel on London’s ICE Futures exchange, having earlier moved past $80, its highest level since November 2014. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, West Texas Intermediate futures settled unchanged at $71.49 a barrel after earlier climbing above $72 a barrel.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Macron rules out trade war over Iran deal as firms head for exit

    French President Emmanuel Macron ruled out on Thursday any trade war with the United States over its withdrawal from the Iranian nuclear deal as a wave of European companies quit business with Tehran, fearing the global reach of U.S. sanctions. European Union leaders united behind the 2015 accord, and Brussels announced it would launch a legal process banning EU-based firms from complying with the sanctions that President Donald Trump has reimposed on Iran.

  • TheStreet.com5 days ago

    How These Top 4 Industrial Stocks Are Trading as Oil Prices Hit $80

    European companies have followed the U.S. lead, with Total SA, France's oil giant, halting work on an Iranian natural-gas project and warningd that it may pull out of a $1 billion joint venture with the country. Brent crude, the global benchmark, was trading at three-and-a-half-year highs, up 0.73% at last check to $79.87 a barrel, while while West Texas Intermediate crude, the U.S. benchmark, rose 0.62% to $71.93. Here are how some industrial stocks that are part of the Action Alerts PLUS portfolio were doing following the rise in oil prices.

  • MarketWatch5 days ago

    Brent oil prices surge to $80, with market rattled by Iran supply worries

    Brent crude prices climbed past $80 a barrel Thursday, as Washington’s decision to reinstate sanctions on Iran continued to fuel a rally that has pushed the market to 3½-year highs. Brent crude (IFEU:LCO=F) , the global oil benchmark, was up 0.8% , or 74 cents, at $80.02 a barrel on London’s ICE Futures exchange, revisiting an earlier move past $80, its highest level since November 2014. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, West Texas Intermediate futures (CLM18.NYM) were up 66 cents, or 0.9%, at $72.14 a barrel.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    EU firms will make their own call on Iran business - Macron

    French President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday Europe would try to protect its companies doing business with Iran from U.S. sanctions, reimposed over Tehran's nuclear programme, but said giants like Total would make their own choices. Macron's spoke as the world's largest container shipping firm, A.P. Moller-Maersk, followed the French oil major in saying it would quit Iran, denting EU efforts to save the nuclear accord with Tehran and protect European companies doing business with the Islamic Republic. The EU wants to salvage the Iran nuclear deal, which offers the Islamic Republic relief from economic sanctions in exchange for curbs on its nuclear programme and Europe sees as an important element of international security.

  • Bloomberg5 days ago

    Total's Iran Halt Shows Oil Buyers Will Face Sanctions Trouble

    Total SA’s decision to stop investing in Iran shows that international companies are going to have trouble doing any business with the Persian Gulf nation, including buying its oil. Continuing to do business in Iran would be too great a risk as Total has large operations in the U.S. and depends on the country’s banks for financing, it said in a statement Wednesday. The comments from Total -- the first Western oil company to sign binding agreements to develop Iran’s oil and gas fields following the end of a previous round of sanctions in 2015 -- illustrate the challenge posed by renewed American restrictions.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    France's Total warns of Iran exit as EU struggles to save economic ties

    SOFIA/PARIS, May 16 (Reuters) - French energy giant Total joined other European companies in signalling on Wednesday they could exit Iran, casting doubt on whether European leaders meeting to try to salvage the Iran nuclear deal can safeguard trade with Tehran. President Donald Trump's withdrawal of the United States from the nuclear accord and his order that sanctions be reimposed on Tehran have left European allies scrambling to keep the deal alive and protect their Iranian trade.

  • The Wall Street Journal6 days ago

    [$$] European Firms Start Pulling Back From Iran

    LONDON—European firms have started pulling back investment and abandoning commitments in Iran, responding to a decision last week to reimpose broad American sanctions on Tehran by year end. Some shippers of Iranian oil have said they are ceasing to facilitate such trades because of the new sanctions. Insurance companies are studying whether they may have to reduce or stop their underwriting on the Islamic Republic’s shipments.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    France allows Total's La Mede refinery to partly run on palm oil

    France allowed a limited use of palm oil at Total's new La Mede biofuel refinery on Wednesday, a move that prompted an outcry from French farmers who said most of the palm oil would be imported. The environment ministry said in a statement that Total's newly granted permit for the refinery specified that at least 25 percent of feedstock used to make the biofuel should come from recycled oil.

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  • Reuters13 days ago

    Europeans work to save Iran deal, and business, after Trump pulls out

    WASHINGTON/PARIS, May 9 (Reuters) - Dismayed European allies sought on Wednesday to salvage the Iran nuclear deal and preserve their Iranian trade after President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from the landmark accord and ordered sanctions reimposed on Tehran. There's an American withdrawal from the deal but the deal is still there," French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Argentina offshore auction attracts international oil producers

    Oil firms, including Norway's Statoil, U.S.' Anadarko Petroleum Corp, China's CNOOC and Malaysia's Petronas, have shown interest in Argentina's auction this year of offshore blocks for exploration and production, the country's energy minister said on Wednesday. Argentina is still defining the blocks to be included in its auction, expected to receive bids in late November. The South American nation is also giving incentives for oil companies exploring at its large Vaca Muerta shale play to move from pilot to full development phase.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents13 days ago

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  • The Wall Street Journal14 days ago

    [$$] Companies Forced to Reassess Iran Operations as Sanctions Loom

    President Donald Trump on Tuesday said the U.S. would levy the “highest level” of sanctions against Iran—including the punishment of Western companies and banks if they continue to do business with the country—as Washington pulled out of the Iranian nuclear accord. Senior administration officials said economy-crippling sanctions that persuaded Iran to sign the 2015 nuclear accord were immediately back in place with the president’s decision to withdraw from the deal. While new contracts are banned, companies and banks will have 90 days or 180 days to wind down their ties before risking penalties, the administration said.

  • The Wall Street Journal14 days ago

    [$$] Companies Prepare for the Worst Amid Trump Iran Decision

    TEHRAN—Multinational companies that recently made big bets on Iran scrutinized the Trump administration’s decision to revive sanctions on the country for ways to preserve their interests there. said he would pull out of a multilateral deal that removed most economic sanctions on Iran in exchange for curbs on its nuclear ambitions. European executives—who plunged back into Iran more quickly than their American rivals after the nuclear pact took effect in 2015—are now reviewing once-heady investment plans there.