Royal Dutch Shell Cl B (RDS-B)
$24.52 1.12 (4.37%)
6:20 EDT RDS-B Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $25.64
Market Cap 102.28B
PE Ratio 6.70
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 22,756
Day's Range 25.64 - 25.64
52-Week Range 19.19 - 62.27
Dividend & Yield 3.76 (15.33%)
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Feel like you missed the big stock market recovery? These seven rebound stocks are still selling at generously discounted prices today.
Shell admits that oil demand may never recover. It is cutting the Shell stock dividend and increasing investments in renewable power to create a sustainable future for itself.
Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A,RDS.B) is seeing RDS.A and RDS.B stock take a dive Thursday following news of a rare dividend cut.
Covid-19 is an opportunity for investors to buy strong oil companies on the sector dip. Weaker energy demand means cash on hand is a must.
Don't miss out on gains abroad by keeping your money in the U.S. Here's a look at three stocks to buy to diversify internationally.
With U.S. stocks stretched, adventurous investors may want to seek better growth potential with European stocks.
The city of Atwater received a favorable ruling from the Merced County Superior Court against Shell Oil Company.
Falling interest rates will give high-yielding dividend stocks a boost in the coming decade. Here are seven names to buy.
Broader markets will likely continue to experience volatility in the coming weeks, but these three dividend stocks offer robust long-term prospects with respectable dividends.
Oil majors are winning the war among oil stocks right now with infrastructure that lets them bypass bottlenecks in transport and government policy.
Royal Dutch Shell stock has a rare combination of high dividend yield, strong cash flow growth and an attractive valuation.
These oil stocks offer both income and reasonable valuations to investors, even as the crude oil price continues to fall.
A market-wide selloff has hit oil stocks hard. But the indiscriminate selling leaves several solid stocks to buy at attractive valuations.
If you're looking for the best dividend stocks with high yields and solid growth prospects, don't limit yourself -- look overseas.
Big oil stocks have rallied so far this year, but they have slowed their gains lately. Nervousness surrounding a potential trade war has been a factor and it will have a big effect over the next few months.
With higher energy and commodity prices and other favorable market conditions in the energy sector, it's as good a time as any to load up on oil stocks!
Hot dogs, coffee, and candy are driving results at RDS. And that's a great thing for investors in Royal Dutch Shell.
Chesapeake Energy has been in damage control mode since the oil downturn. It should at least survive, along with CHK stock owners.
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