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Royal Dutch Shell


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80.76 0.73 (0.91%)

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Today's Open $80.21
Previous Close $80.03
Daily Range $80.21 - $80.84
52-Week Range $65.02 - $80.84
Market Cap $254.2B
P/E Ratio 10.22
Dividend (Yield) $3.60 (4.5%)
Ex-Dividend Date
Dividend Pay Date
Volume 823,278
Average Daily Volume 557,723
Current FY EPS $0.00

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TDRH (< 20)
Submitted February 8, 2010

Divident and trying to get the bomb off my screen.

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jimdcraig (10.96)
Submitted January 25, 2008

Shell is a dinosaur. It lacks the access to resources of the National Oil Companies and cannot compete with the cost structure of the independents. The National Oil Companies don't need the Shells any … More

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Why Dividend Growth Investors Should Avoid Royal Dutch Shell and Total

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Yet More Problems Hit the World's Largest Oil Project

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What Do the Kashagan Delays Mean for the Oil Industry?

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Shell vs. Chevron: Which Should You Pick for Income and Growth?

Royal Dutch Shell and Chevron are two of the world's largest oil companies, but if you're looking for income and growth which should you go with?

Here's Why Royal Dutch Shell is Walking a Dangerous Tightrope

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How to Invest in Coal Seam Gas

The International Energy Agency predicts that the production of coal seam gas will account for more than 50% of total gas production by 2020; Royal Dutch Shell, Total SA, and Halliburton are three ways to invest in this trend.

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Oil, Gas and Consumable Fuels

Royal Dutch Shell (RDS-B) 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: http://www.shell.com/

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