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Share Price Information for Royal Dutch Shell B (RDSB)


Share Price: 2,484.00Bid: 2,487.00Ask: 2,488.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Rds 'B'
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 0.04%Open: 2,493.50High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 2,484.00

Royal Dutch Shell Plc 'B' Ord Eur0.07

Royal Dutch Shell B is listed in the FTSE 100, FTSE All-Share, FTSE 350, FTSE 350 High Yield
Royal Dutch Shell B is part of the Metals sector

Royal Dutch shell is a multinational oil and gas company. It was the world?s sixth largest company measured by revenues (2016). When the company listed on the London Stock Exchange there were two different shares listed A and B The A shares are Dutch listed and therefore have a Dutch withholding tax applied to the dividend. The B shares are associated with Shell Transport and Trading company.





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2,493.50
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Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 8,138.43m £202,158.48m 750

52 Week High 2,844.50 52 Week High Date 22-MAY-2018
52 Week Low 2,227.00 52 Week Low Date 28-JAN-2019

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
0 0 0 11.179 222.21 142.36 5.73


London South East Users info for Royal Dutch Shell B


Users who watch RDSB also watch: BP, Lloyds, Glaxosmithkline, Vodafone, Barclays, Tesco, National Grid, HSBC, Glencore, Aviva

Users who hold RDSB also hold: Glaxosmithkline, National Grid, Vodafone, Lloyds, BP, Centrica, Aviva, BT, HSBC, SSE


Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
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18-Apr-19
17:27:28
2,484.00
4,300
Sell* 
2,487.00
2,488.00
106.81k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Delayed publication

18-Apr-19
17:34:00
2,484.00
33,181
Sell* 
2,487.00
2,488.00
824.22k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Delayed publication

18-Apr-19
17:34:05
2,484.00
7,145
Sell* 
2,487.00
2,488.00
177.48k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Delayed publication




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Directors Deals for Royal Dutch Shell B (RDSB)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
01-Mar-17Transfer From
Trade Notifier Information for Royal Dutch Shell 'B'
Simon Henry held the position of CFO at Royal Dutch Shell 'B' at the time of this trade.
 Simon Henry
092,523612846
01-Mar-17Transfer From
Trade Notifier Information for Royal Dutch Shell 'B'
Simon Henry held the position of CFO at Royal Dutch Shell 'B' at the time of this trade.
 Simon Henry
029,035612846
30-Jun-16Buy Dividends
Trade Notifier Information for Royal Dutch Shell 'B'
Simon Henry held the position of CFO at Royal Dutch Shell 'B' at the time of this trade.
 Simon Henry
1934.4GBX5,378491288
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Pokerchips
Posts: 6,866
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,497.00
RE: Oil producers and car drivers
7 Apr '19
" So how come shareholders never received compensation? "

Usually because the company hasnt any assets to pay them with...and if they have ..then the creditors get first pickings

Who else do you think should pay the compensation ?

Do you think all investors in shares should pay a tax into a fund to pay such compensation, when a company has no assets to pay them with ??

Is it the auditors fault ? ...

"The City is corrupt "

No...I dont think it is ...however it employs humans ...and a % of them are corrupt , or make costly mistakes

Afren directors are not " The City " and any company can employ people that steal, mislead, f**k up, etc ..

Shareholders, especially retail investors, often make the mistake of not realising the risk they are taking when they invest ....look at Patisserie Valerie.....what a mess...but there are no assets left to compensate shareholders...part of the risk ...it s**ks , sure ....

"Recover laundered money"

Well it is possible...but it takes a lot to legally prove the trail of where the money went ,and to fight in the courts to get it back, and who is paying the cost for finding it ? ...the taxpayer ? ...the shareholders ? ..the money tree ?
Love_You
Posts: 581
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,497.00
RE: Oil producers and car drivers
5 Apr '19
So how come shareholders never received compensation?

If they knew that money laundering had occurred then why couldn't the authorities recover the missing money?

Also, if the missing money was recovered, and the oil hedged in the volumes it was stated that it would be in their investor presentations, then the company should have been able to service its debts and ride out the low oil price?

I sometimes wonder if you know what makes many citizens think that the City is a largely corrupt place Pokerchips.
Pokerchips
Posts: 6,866
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,458.50
RE: Oil producers and car drivers
4 Apr '19
" What happened at Afren was criminal precisely because no criminal charges were brought against the people in that company "

Osman Shahenshah, former co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Afren received:

6 years jail for one count of fraud, contrary to section 1 of the Fraud Act 2006
6 years concurrent for one count of money laundering, contrary to section 329 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002
4 years concurrent for one count of money laundering, contrary to section 328 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.

Shahid Ullah, former Chief Operating Officer of Afren received:

5 years jail for one count of fraud, contrary to section 1 of the Fraud Act 2006
5 years concurrent for one count of money laundering, contrary to section 329 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002
4 years concurrent for one count of money laundering, contrary to section 328 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.

https://www.sfo.gov.uk/cases/afren-plc/

** - I often wonder if you know what you are talking about, half the time
Love_You
Posts: 581
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,458.50
RE: Oil producers and car drivers
4 Apr '19
Well I'm also in favour of improved health and safety and making combustion-engines cleaner in terms of emissions.

What has annoyed me the most about the markets is the level of corruption/fraud - such as Afren going bankrupt in 2015 when they had made the third largest oil discovery in the world in 2013.

https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/why-oil-markets-opec-cuts-153000927.html

Anyway it seems that some analysts expect OPEC production levels to fall throughout the early 2020s - so maybe that will provide a boost to the sentiment needed to give projects the go-ahead which are comemrcially viable at below $50 per barrel - such as Rockhopper's SeaLion field and the Barryoe field owned by Providence shareholders/stakeholders.

But why can't the markets be better regulated like the oil industry is. What happened at Afren was criminal precisely because no criminal charges were brough against the people in that company who failed to hedge the oil price in the volumes they told investors they had done (and several other things which could of amounted to criminal charges being brought - except what actually happened was the CEO got to walk away with about $40 million whilst sharheolders lost $1,500,000,000 over the course of a few months).
Pokerchips
Posts: 6,866
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,458.50
RE: Oil producers and car drivers
4 Apr '19
Love_you

Personally I think you are missing an important part of what the Greenparty or Greenpeace do...

They are if you like...the brake to act against the accelerator of those involved in the production of oil or the selling of chemicals based on oil, or the production of petrols etc

Over the years they have pushed for geater safety in the industry and for lower emissions etc and "safer" chemicals , and less pollutants etc etc ....

They do in many ways keep an eye on the oil industry and they do know that they are not going to eliminate the use of oil , overnight..

The high levels of nitrate exhaust pollution in the air in many big cities have forced the industry to produce cleaner fuels and even develop electric cars ,taxis, ambulances, police cars,bikes, rubbish collections etc etc which are not only "cleaner" but also less noisy

Oil tankers have had to now abide by much stricter regulations after such disasters as the 2002 Prestige oil spill which occurred off the coast of Galicia, where a 26 year old structurally deficient oil tanker spilled thousands upon thousands of tonnes of heavy fuel oil on to a beautiful part of the Spanish coast....affecting fish and sea food areas, ruining the local economy......it was the worset environmental disaster in Spanish and Portuguese history...

You may be happy in your blinkered world of sitting in your Ferrari ...but even those who use oil, and drive cars etc can appreciate the "improvements" that have come from those that keep an eye on the oil and combustile engine industries
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