RDS-B - Royal Dutch Shell plc

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
64.00
+0.47 (+0.74%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT

64.00 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 7:51PM EDT

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Previous Close63.53
Open63.67
Bid64.01 x 800
Ask64.15 x 1300
Day's Range63.50 - 64.06
52 Week Range56.26 - 73.60
Volume980,167
Avg. Volume1,470,614
Market Cap255.008B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.57
PE Ratio (TTM)11.31
EPS (TTM)5.66
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield3.76 (5.92%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-05-16
1y Target Est81.75
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  • Market Realist7 hours ago

    This Integrated Energy Stock Has the Most Potential

    As oil prices get volatile, it's imperative to know integrated energy stocks' outlook. Analysts’ mean price targets for Chevron (CVX), Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A), ExxonMobil (XOM), BP (BP), Total (TOT), and Suncor Energy (SU) suggest that SU has the highest upside potential of 36%. TOT and RDS.A follow with 32% and 29% upside potential. This […]

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  • PR Newswire8 hours ago

    Royal Dutch Shell plc: Transaction in Own Shares

    LONDON , July 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Royal Dutch Shell plc (the 'Company') (NYSE: RDS.A) (NYSE: RDS.B) announces that on 19 July 2019 it purchased the following number of "A" Shares for cancellation. ...

  • Reuters2 days ago

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  • Jefferies Cuts Price Targets for XOM, CVX, Shell
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  • Barry Brings Life-Threatening Floods, Tornadoes to Louisiana
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    Barry Brings Life-Threatening Floods, Tornadoes to Louisiana

    (Bloomberg) -- Barry risks causing life-threatening floods after making landfall in Louisiana on Saturday, as the tropical storm lashes the state with as much as two feet of rain. The system is forecast to weaken further on Sunday as it treks inland.The storm came ashore near Intracoastal City -- about 125 miles west of New Orleans -- in Louisiana and has top winds of 65 miles (105 kilometers) per hour, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said in an advisory at 5 p.m. in New York. Up to 25 inches (64 centimeters) of rain could fall in some areas of the state, according to the NHC.The National Hurricane Center looks for a few tornadoes to be triggered across Louisiana, Mississippi, western Alabama and eastern Arkansas as Barry slowly marches north, although flooding is the primary threat. Early Sunday, Barry was near Peason Ridge, Louisiana, moving north at about 6 miles (10 km) per hour, and that general motion is expected to prevail, carrying the storm as far as Arkansas tonight and Monday, the center said. Barry, which was earlier a Category 1 hurricane, has cut energy production in the Gulf of Mexico, helped lift oil and natural gas prices, threatened crops from cotton to sugar and disrupted ship traffic on the Mississippi.While it had threatened to raise the river’s levels in New Orleans to the most in almost seven decades, the National Weather Service now estimates a peak of about 17 feet, or almost three feet below prior forecasts. That would still be the highest since 1995.“The worst is yet to come,” said Jim Rouiller, chief meteorologist at the Energy Weather Group near Philadelphia. “This is a very different kind of storm. It will continue to consolidate and be a severe flooding event for the state of Louisiana.”Over 110,000 utility customers across Louisiana are being affected by power outages, according to data compiled from company maps.Entergy Louisiana LLC, the main provider in the state with a total of 1.08 million customers, reported that about 71,600 were affected. Almost 43,500 out of Cleco Corp.’s nearly 285,000 customers were without power.The storm is now about 20 miles southwest of the city of Lafayette. It’s expected to move generally northward through the Mississippi Valley through Sunday night.Barry will weaken to a depression by Sunday and could degenerate completely by Monday or Tuesday, the hurricane center said. Moisture from the storm will still bring rain through the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys.“Life-threatening, significant flash flooding and river flooding will become increasingly likely later today and tonight as Barry moves inland, especially across portions of south-central and southeast Louisiana and Mississippi,” Jack Beven, a senior hurricane specialist at the NHC in Miami, wrote in an earlier forecast analysis.In the last three years, 83% of storm deaths have been a result of inland flooding, Ken Graham, the NHC’s director, said in an online presentation. The moisture heading toward the Gulf coast “is off the charts,” he said.For more, listen to this mini-podcast on the stormCompanies have cut 70% of oil and about 56% of natural gas output in the Gulf. Tropical-storm-force winds are reaching as far as 175 miles out of Barry’s center, according to the NHC’s advisory.While New Orleans -- where an emergency was declared Wednesday -- hasn’t undergone a mandatory evacuation, Mayor LaToya Cantrell had urged residents to be prepared to shelter in place because the slow-moving storm could bring heavy rain for 48 hours.Also read: New Orleans Told ‘Do Not Drop Your Guard’ as Barry Brings RainsWhile the threat to levees along the Mississippi isn’t as great, many secondary rivers throughout Louisiana are going to rise rapidly and flood, said Graham at the NHC. “We’re still dealing with Barry. It isn’t a hurricane anymore but it doesn’t matter, there is going to be a ton of rain out there,” he said.The storm will likely cause about $800 million to $900 million in damage, Chuck Watson, a disaster modeler with Enki Research in Savannah, Georgia, said on Friday.For a map showing assets in the storm’s path, click here(Updates with storm weakening, threat of tornadoes.)\--With assistance from Sheela Tobben, Michael Hirtzer, Kevin Varley, Shruti Date Singh, Will Wade, Mark Chediak, Stephen Stapczynski, Rachel Adams-Heard and Andres Guerra Luz.To contact the reporter on this story: Brian K. Sullivan in Boston at bsullivan10@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Tina Davis at tinadavis@bloomberg.net, Pratish Narayanan, Ros KrasnyFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Tropical Storm Barry puts oil refining in the Gulf Coast at risk
    Yahoo Finance8 days ago

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  • Shell Stock, WTI, and SPY Ahead of Q2 Earnings
    Market Realist8 days ago

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  • Barrons.com9 days ago

    French Oil Giant Total Pays Shareholders Lots of Cash. It Could Get More Generous, Analyst Says

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  • PR Newswire9 days ago

    Royal Dutch Shell plc : Transaction in Own Shares

    LONDON , July 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Royal Dutch Shell plc (the 'Company') (NYSE: RDS.A) (NYSE: RDS.B) announces that on 11 July 2019 it purchased the following number of "A" Shares for cancellation. ...

  • Gulf of Mexico oil and gas producers evacuate ahead of storm (updated)
    American City Business Journals10 days ago

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    About 53 percent of oil production and 45 percent of natural gas production in the Gulf of Mexico has been shut down.

  • Oil Rides to 7-Week High on Gulf Storm, Tightening U.S. Supply
    Bloomberg10 days ago

    Oil Rides to 7-Week High on Gulf Storm, Tightening U.S. Supply

    (Bloomberg) -- Oil rode a tide of bullish news to its highest price in almost two months as a potential hurricane roiled the Gulf of Mexico and U.S. crude inventories dropped.Futures advanced 4.5% to the highest settlement since May 22. The storm brewing in the Gulf could reach hurricane status before slamming ashore this weekend, according to government meteorologists. Chevron Corp., Exxon Mobil Corp. and other major oil producers are evacuating crews from offshore installations and almost one-third of Gulf crude output has been halted.The Energy Department. meanwhile, reported that U.S. crude stockpiles shrank by 9.5 million barrels last week, surpassing all 13 estimates in a Bloomberg survey. President Donald Trump vowed to increase sanctions on Iran “substantially,” adding to already simmering tensions in the Persian Gulf.“The market is reacting to the impact of the storm and the price is getting further support from the crude oil inventory draw,” said Andy Lipow, president of Lipow Oil Associates LLC in Houston.In Washington, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank is concerned about the economic implications of global trade disputes, which investors took as a sign the Fed is ready to cut interest rates.West Texas Intermediate crude for August delivery rose $2.60 to settle at $60.43 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.Brent for September settlement climbed $2.85 to $67.01 on the ICE Futures Europe Exchange. The global benchmark crude traded at a $6.49 premium to WTI for the same month.“We started the morning pretty strong and on top of that the tropical depression in the Gulf was already leading us higher,” said Brian Kessens, a portfolio manager and managing director at Tortoise in Leawood, Kansas. “And Powell certainly didn’t hurt any markets with his dovish comments.”The Gulf storm system was about 155 miles (250 kilometers) from the mouth of the Mississippi River, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said in an advisory at 2 p.m. New York time. It could turn into a tropical storm by Thursday and turn into Hurricane Barry on Friday, according to the agency.Chevron said Tuesday that it began shutting in five of its platforms and is starting to evacuate all associated personnel. Royal Dutch Shell Plc slightly reduced production on two platforms and is removing non-essential personnel. BP Plc and Exxon also began evacuations.\--With assistance from James Thornhill, Sharon Cho, Grant Smith and Harkiran Dhillon.To contact the reporter on this story: Alex Nussbaum in New York at anussbaum1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Simon Casey at scasey4@bloomberg.net, Joe Carroll, Catherine TraywickFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • How Will BP’s Q2 Results Measure Up Against the Competition?
    Market Realist10 days ago

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