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Royal Dutch Shell A Share Chat (RDSA)



Share Price: 2,466.50Bid: 2,466.50Ask: 2,467.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Rds 'A'
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 2,473.50High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 2,466.50


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petertee
Posts: 16,084
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:Buy
Price:2,475.50
Looks promising
5 Apr '19
Barclays overweight 3.250
 
Love_You
Posts: 581
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,382.00
Why not before from the Permian?
15 Mar '19
Analysts: Permian Oil Output Set To Double By 2023

https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/analysts-permian-oil-output-set-180000699.html

Permian oil production— currently just shy of 4 million bpd—jumped by around 1 million bpd from a year ago and is set to jump by another 1 million bpd, to 5 million bpd, by early 2020, Eric Lee, energy analyst at Citigroup, told CNBC.

“We’re happy to look out to 2023, when it gets to 8 million. ... They figured out how to access it at very low break-evens, like $30/$40,” according to the analyst.

How come they never thought of unlocking the potential of the Permian in the USA between 1975 and 2005 - for thirty years American oil production declined - and yet nobody thought to unlock the potential of the oil resources in the Permian basin? Why not? Especially when 8 million bopd just from the Permian would be almost double the total US oil output in 2006 (from every state including Alaska). So why didn't the US companies/government tap into this resource before 2005? Seems a little odd or not?
Love_You
Posts: 581
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,326.50
Price of £11.76 per share in 2016!
8 Mar '19
Neil Woodford, Britain’s most prominent income investor, has come down firmly on the side of those who think the oil giants’ dividends are unsustainable.

He doesn’t mince his words. “I believe that both BP and Shell have unsustainable dividends that are being financed by a combination of debt and asset disposal. In effect, these companies are liquidating themselves rather than facing up to the need for a dividend cut,” he wrote in his blog on Friday.

“The only thing that can save them from that eventuality, in my opinion, is a return to sustainably higher oil prices – something that I think is very unlikely to happen.”
Love_You
Posts: 581
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,326.50
RE: Maybe use Spreadbet
8 Mar '19
But don't forget that the share price went as low as £11.76 in early 2016!

(Yes, you could have doubled your money since then even without leverage - so you have to decide were the people who put the price so low back then completely bonkers or did they have some well-founded fears that the dividend would be cut or completely axed, in the future).
SunGod
Posts: 131
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,398.50
anyone have any views ?
24 Feb '19
hello hello on shell next ex div ???????????
SunGod
Posts: 131
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,398.50
Maybe use Spreadbet
24 Feb '19
Shell can make alot of money on spread nice dividend and no stamp
SunGod
Posts: 131
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,398.50
RE: Q4 TOMORROW THURSDAY 7 AM
24 Feb '19
Nice chunky dividend to come in next Q brent climbing
bob6
Posts: 769
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,272.00
Q4 TOMORROW THURSDAY 7 AM
30 Jan '19
RiskReepReward
Posts: 3,451
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,363.50
Morning fellow RDSA holders
27 Nov '18
I jumped aboard the RDSA train yesterday and am hoping for great returns here so wish me luck with my £10k!
bob6
Posts: 769
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,424.50
Q3 DIVIDEND 2018
1 Nov '18
EX DIVIDEND DATE IS THURSDAY 15th NOVEMBER 2018
$ 47 = APPROX 36.5 P
PAYMENT DATE IS 19th DECEMBER 2018
YOU CAN BUY THE SHARES UP TO 4.30pm ON WEDNESDAY 14th AND YOU WILL GET THE DIVIDEND
ON THE EX DIV DAY THURSDAY 15th BEFORE THE MARKET OPENS THE SHARE PRICE WILL BE ADJUSTED DOWN BY THE DIVIDEND PAYMENT IN THIS CASE AP 36.5p AND THE NORMAL OVER NIGHT ADJUSTMENT THAT CAN BE UP OR DOWN
AND IF YOU LIKE YOU CAN SELL THE SHARES ON THE EX DIVIDEND DAY AND STILL GET THE DIVIDEND
longtimeinvestor
Posts: 5,706
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,522.00
RE: maybe of interest
1 May '18
NC
If you are invested in Shell I hope you have the 'B' shares as there is (as you probably know) a 'withholding tax' on these 'A' shares amounting to 15% of the dividend
sprintman
Posts: 1,655
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,362.50
RE: To all
16 Apr '18
Thank you and a happy New year to you too
Clamp
Posts: 5,426
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,480.00
To all
31 Dec '17
All the best for 2018
char333
Posts: 505
Opinion:Buy
Price:2,307.50
Lower
26 Oct '17
Anyone know why the share price as fallen back the last few days , thx
rob_wmids
Posts: 1,044
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,297.00
Excellent rise today
3 Oct '17
After a slow start anybody know why, when talk today of oil prices slipping in last 2 days or so?
bob6
Posts: 769
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,079.50
Difference between RDSA&RDSB
25 Jul '17
Difference Between RDSA and RDSB
• Categorized under Business | Difference Between RDSA and RDSB

RDSA vs RDSB

Royal Dutch Shell is a company that is associated with oil and gas. It has global operations with its headquarters in The Hague, Netherlands and has a registered office in London, United Kingdom. As a company, it is often referred to simply as Shell. In the present, it is the second largest energy company in the world and fifth largest company overall. As a gas and oil company, its activities include exploration of gas and oil reservations, production, refining, and distribution of oil around the globe. It is also a company that dabbles in petrochemicals, power generation, and trading. With the current trend of renewable energy in response to climate change, the company has been involved in biofuels, hydrogen, solar and wind power.

As a business, the company is registered in the stock market as RDSA and RDSB. These are the classifications of shares wherein each share is a share of the company. Both shares have identical rights but have different characteristics. For example, RDSA is associated with the original Royal Dutch Shell Company. It is Dutch listed and complies with the Dutch tax system. For people who have these kinds of shares, there is a Dutch withholding tax on the shares divided on the rate of 15-25 per cent. This is in accordance with the Divide Access Mechanism that the company imposes on its company shares.
Also, the default currency to pay the dividends is in Euros, the currency adopted by the Dutch government.

Both RDSA and RDSB shares are traded in three stock exchange centers – London, Amsterdam, and New York.

The RDSA shares also have control of the 57 per cent of the company. The shareholders do not have voting power in the company, but they receive the assets before the other shareholders of RDSB in case of a bankruptcy.

On the other hand, the shareholders of RDSB are associated with Shell Transport and Trading, the company’s shipping arm which is based in London, United Kingdom. Since Shell Transport and Trading is a company in itself, thus it is listed as a United Kingdom company and has shareholders of its own. As a British company, it is under the tax system of the United Kingdom. With respect to the Divide Access Mechanism of the company, these shares don’t have withholding tax since these shares are U.K.-sourced dividends. The company should prove to the Dutch tax inspectors that these shares are sourced directly from U.K. income.

RDSB controls the remaining 43 per cent of the company’s total shares and pays in pound sterling (the U.K.’s currency) when it comes to pay dividends. Also, shareholders of RDSB have voting power in the company but cannot receive assets until the RDSA shareholders get their share of the assets in a bankruptcy scenario.

Summary:

1.RDSA and RDSB shares differ in the location where they are listed – RDSA is formerly
bob6
Posts: 769
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,079.50
of interest
25 Jul '17
bob6
Posts: 769
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,079.50
tonight
25 Jul '17
10.30 pm was 50.71 a barrel now 50.69 up around 4.2/3 %
DiveCentre
Posts: 705
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,041.50
Dividend rate
5 Jul '17
Enquiry to any A shareholders who receive their dividends in Sterling.

Can you confirm the amount paid per share net of Dutch withholding tax ?

The registrars told me in a telephone enquiry that the payment was 0.3712p (for the last dividend in June) which is the same amount as that paid on the B shares.

The reason for my enquiry is that there appears to be a tax advantage for basic rate taxpayers in receiving dividends on foreign equities as the foreign withholding tax should be credited against the UK 7.5% dividend tax.
mrmaths
Posts: 89
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,065.50
oil crash
22 Jun '17
oil looks like it is heading for $40 / barrel again. I suppose the question is how long will it stay down there for. I hope BP and RDS dont go selling off assets as these are the two best oil producers listed in my mind. I hold BP but dont hold RDS yet. If they cut the dividend and the share prices drops I will see that as a buying opportunity. The fundamentals for oil are great:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5PoHfSjYFk

I prefer to hold the big oil producers rather than the tiddly oil exploration companies. Been burnt too many times on AIM so I avoid it now
Hedgies
Posts: 311
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,064.50
Crash coming here
21 Jun '17
I've been warning for months that oil is a flawed commodity and its a matter of time before shell cuts the divi. This has big losses written all over it
bob6
Posts: 769
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,118.00
Difference between RDSA&RDSB
21 May '17
To begin, taxes are a key difference between the two issuances. The difference is due to this construct called the "dividend access mechanism." The B shares have the dividend access mechanism, while the A shares do not. What the dividend access mechanism allows B shareholders to do is to forego withholding tax (15% under Dutch law, verified by the Dutch Revenue Service). Withholding tax reduces the size of your investment earnings, so taking the right steps to not be subject to this is highly advised.

So, what is a withholding tax? Why is a withholding tax present? Quite simply, it is Dutch law: "Any payment by the Company will be subject to Dutch withholding tax (unless an exemption is obtained under Dutch law or under the provisions of an applicable tax treaty)". The withholding tax just means that 15% of your dividend received is cut. So, you'll effectively receive 85% in a net payout.
bob6
Posts: 769
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,118.00
OF INTEREST 3
19 May '17
By Sarah McFarlane and Biman Mukherji
Updated May 19, 2017 8:14 a.m. ET
Crude oil futures rose Friday, building on overnight gains in the U.S., as investors showed optimism for next week’s OPEC meeting, where production cuts are expected to be extended.

Brent crude, the global oil benchmark, rose 1.1% to $53.12 a barrel

OPEC meeting is on Thursday 25th May
bob6
Posts: 769
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,108.50
OF INTEREST 2
18 May '17
Conclusion

So the company is already FCF positive after its dividends. Now, it is in a position where its operating environment is improving, which will result in even higher cash flows in the future. Therefore I believe that the current high dividend yield of the stock is safe. And because a dividend yield of 7% that is sustainable is more than enough return over the long term, investors should seriously consider buying this stock.
bob6
Posts: 769
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,108.50
OF INTEREST
18 May '17




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