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Share Price Information for Royal Dutch Shell A (RDSA)


Share Price: 2,539.00Bid: 2,543.00Ask: 2,544.00Change: 0.50 (+0.02%)Riser - Rds 'A'
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 0.04%Open: 2,545.00High: 2,559.50Low: 2,536.50Yesterday’s Close: 2,538.50

Royal Dutch Shell Plc 'A' Ord Eur0.07

Royal Dutch Shell A is listed in the FTSE 100, FTSE All-Share, FTSE 350, FTSE 350 High Yield
Royal Dutch Shell A 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 A shares are associated with Royal Dutch Shell company.





Share Price SpacerPrice
2539.00
Share Price SpacerBid
2543.00
Share Price SpacerAsk
2544.00
Share Price SpacerChange
0.02%0.50
Share Price SpacerVolume
6,677,249
Share Price SpacerOpen
2,545.00
Share Price SpacerHigh
2,559.50
Share Price SpacerLow
2,536.50
Share Price SpacerClose
2,538.50
Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 8,116.18m £206,069.83m 750

52 Week High 2,708.00 52 Week High Date 10-JUL-2018
52 Week Low 2,209.50 52 Week Low Date 28-JAN-2019

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
12,397 2,915,701 3,232,477 11.426 222.21 142.36 5.61


London South East Users info for Royal Dutch Shell A


Users who watch RDSA also watch: BP, Lloyds, Glencore, Tullow Oil, Kaz Minerals, Barclays, Vodafone, Tesco, Ferrexpo

Users who hold RDSA also hold: BP, Vodafone, Lloyds, Glaxosmithkline, National Grid, Tesco, Aviva, BT, Royal Dutch Shell B, HSBC


Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

22-May-19
16:48:59
2,541.452
42
Sell* 
2,543.00
2,544.00
1,067
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Delayed publication

22-May-19
17:10:47
2,539.00
18,047
Sell* 
2,543.00
2,544.00
458.21k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Delayed publication

22-May-19
18:28:17
2,530.2339
1,189
Sell* 
2,543.00
2,544.00
30.08k
Trade Type:
Ordinary




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Directors Deals for Royal Dutch Shell A (RDSA)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
25-Mar-19Buy Dividends
Trade Notifier Information for Royal Dutch Shell 'A'
Ben van Beurden held the position of CEO at Royal Dutch Shell 'A' at the time of this trade.
 Ben van Beurden
27.76EUR10,1681712589
25-Mar-19Buy Dividends
Trade Notifier Information for Royal Dutch Shell 'A'
Jessica Uhl held the position of CFO at Royal Dutch Shell 'A' at the time of this trade.
 Jessica Uhl
31.4USD4,910125558
25-Mar-19Buy Dividends
Trade Notifier Information for Royal Dutch Shell 'A'
Ben van Beurden held the position of CEO at Royal Dutch Shell 'A' at the time of this trade.
 Ben van Beurden
28.19EUR3941712983
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jason-ww
Posts: 29
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,416.00
New dawn
8 May '19
Some good news bouncing around and yet so little chat on here. Why? The SP looks set for a very bright 2019-2020.
petertee
Posts: 16,393
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:Buy
Price:2,475.50
Looks promising
5 Apr '19
Barclays overweight 3.250
Love_You
Posts: 838
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: 838
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: 838
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).
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