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Royal Dutch Shell plc (RDSA.L)

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Previous Close2,190.00
Open2,174.50
Bid2,203.00 x 216300
Ask2,210.00 x 249300
Day's Range2,172.00 - 2,212.00
52 Week Range1,791.00 - 2,295.50
Volume5,342,804
Avg. Volume5,530,262
Market Cap197.83B
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)-7,197.07
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Moody's5 hours ago

    Moody's: Earnings growth shifts down a gear turning outlook on global oil & gas sector stable

    Announcement: Moody's: Earnings growth shifts down a gear turning outlook on global oil& gas sector stable. Global Credit Research- 25 Sep 2017. London, 25 September 2017-- An expected slowdown in the ...

  • Reuters6 hours ago

    Australian gas supply crunch squeezes east coast LNG exporters

    The Australian government on Monday warned that the country's east faced a worse-than-expected natural gas shortfall in 2018, but the competition watchdog said the gap could easily be filled by diverting uncontracted exports to the local market. It is now up to the government to decide by Nov. 1 whether to pull the trigger on its Australian Domestic Gas Security Mechanism, which allows it to curb liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from the nation's east coast if it determines there will be a shortfall in any year. The supply gap identified by Australian Energy Market Operator of between 54 petajoules and 107 PJs is equivalent to about 4 percent to 9 percent of the natural gas projected to be used by the LNG plants.

  • Reuters12 hours ago

    Gas export curbs loom as Australia's east faces gas shortfall

    Royal Dutch Shell, ConocoPhillips and Santos face curbs on exporting gas from Australia's east coast in 2018 if they fail to plug a projected local supply shortfall, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull warned on Monday. Eastern Australia faces a gas shortfall of up to 17 percent of market demand in 2018, the nation's energy market operator and competition watchdog projected in reports submitted to the government on Monday that will be the basis for a decision by Nov. 1 on whether to limit exports.