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Royal Dutch Shell CL A (NYSE: RDS-A)

44.68 0.13 (0.29%)

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RDS-A $44.68 0.29%
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Today's Open $44.91
Previous Close $44.55
Daily Range $44.28 - $45.25
52-Week Range $35.80 - $67.16
Market Cap $142.6B
P/E Ratio 18.88
Dividend (Yield) $3.76 (7.2%)
Ex-Dividend Date
Dividend Pay Date
Volume 10,761,028
Average Daily Volume 7,030,102
Current FY EPS $3.73




Oil, Gas and Consumable Fuels

Royal Dutch Shell CL A (RDS-A) Description

The Company consists of the upstream businesses of Exploration & Production and Gas & Power and the downstream businesses of Oil Products and Chemicals. It also has interests in other industry segments such as Renewables and Hydrogen. Website:

News & Commentary

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Will 2016 Be Royal Dutch Shell's Worst Year Yet?

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