|Daily Range||1,666.50p - 1,690.00p|
|52-Week Range||1,502.50p - 2,361.00p|
|Dividend (Yield)||0.00p (0.0%)|
|Average Daily Volume||5,580,267|
|Current FY EPS||0.00p|
News & Commentary
The company said Wednesday it is knocking out a layer of upper management, buying a key business to strengthen the crucial power generation division and shedding its line of hearing aids.
Shale plays are allowing independent E&P oil companies like Continental Resources and EOG Resources to take on Big Oil companies. Without scale, Royal Dutch Shell is out of shale.
Expenses continue to rise and some firms will struggle to increase dividends and share buybacks.
Glencore Xstrata, Royal Dutch Shell, and Laird are in a slump.
HSBC Holdings, Royal Dutch Shell, and BP are the heavyweight holdings of JP Morgan Claverhouse Investment Trust.
Shares in Royal Dutch Shell, Antofagasta, Imperial Tobacco Group, Wm. Morrison Supermarkets, and Carnival have hardly been lower in the last 12 months.
Royal Dutch Shell offers a 5.4% yield at a modest valuation, says Roland Head.
Which high-yielding income stalwart looks the better buy, Royal Dutch Shell or SSE?
The share prices of Royal Dutch Shell, Wm. Morrison Supermarkets, and British Sky Broadcasting suggest that this bull market has further to run.
Do these three things make Royal Dutch Shell a poor investment?