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Royal Dutch Shell plc (RDSA.SW)

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    john
    With the .48 cent quarterly dividend ($1.92 yearly) 4.66% yield. Not where it was. But a decent rate of return in this low dividend climate. Have a fine day all John
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    Harry Bullish
    I don't understand the markets anymore. With these numbers you'd expect the stock price to increase drastically, certainly after it has been beaten down so much lately, yet we're seeing only about 4% increase. It seems pretty weird to me. Luckily I got in at a very low price, and therefore have a high dividend return, and even a substantial capital gain if I were to sell it, but still I expected the markets to respond more positively to these numbers.
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    Dave
    Congrats long, I haven’t been here since covid hit and it looks like a whole new crowd. I sold most of my shares at the start of covid but still hold a few thousand shares. Looks like Shell will finally be going much higher in the coming months. GLTA
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    Garrett
    Highlight from Jeffries comments on Q2 earnings: "Results today confirm our view that Shell has the highest shareholder remuneration upside potential among the supermajors."
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    Gadaí
    I am new to all of this. How will Share buybacks work and benefit the shareholders directly? Is it hoped that there will be growth in the share price and we will see the results of this in the immediate future or is there going to be a once off payout to shareholders.
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    Douglas
    Like the dividend increase but not a fan of buy backs.
    Anyone know the debt levels of Shell prior to ovid when they were buying down massive debt to where we are now.
  • V
    Vince
    The Oil price says enough. higher net. margin and dividend increase for Q2 2021.
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    Garrett
    WSJ 07:34 GMT - Shares in Shell rise 3.9% after the oil-and-gas major reported higher adjusted earnings for the second quarter and increased shareholder distributions. The $2 billion share buyback program for the second half of 2021 is in line with expectations, but the increase in the base dividend to $0.24 a share came as a positive surprise, Jefferies says. In addition, the financial results were strong, with adjusted earnings 9% above consensus, and cash flow from operations 17% higher than expected, the U.S. bank says. "Results today confirm our view that Shell has the highest shareholder remuneration upside potential among the supermajors," Jefferies says.
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    MrBone2000
    I see Bloody Mary is back after our share buyback and increase in divvy announcements. Time to close ur shorts Mary.
  • C
    Charles
    Take a look at Square Capital's predictions for oil--very, very bullish and says most now have it wrong...
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    Garrett
    Q2 earnings just released. Shell is increasing qtrly dividend by 38% (!) to $0.48 on B shares. Annual dividend will be $1.92 (5%) with min. 4% annual increase.
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    Patrick
    It doesn't matter - they can't stop the company buying back its own shares. Selling it off now, just leads to cheaper purchases. You cannot forever hold down the value of a company that makes as much money as Shell.
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    Garrett
    Shell will buyback more than $1 billion in shares in Q3
    "The aggregate maximum consideration is $2.0 billion, of which it is expected that more than half will have been completed by the company's Q3 results, which are scheduled for October 28, 2021"
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    Patrick
    It's hard to believe anyone could be shorting this stock, and yet they do. It's like being short Christmas trees in November. It's a sad reflection on the state of the financial system due mainly to ZIRP policy and zero commission brokerage and media narratives. Producing crazy bubbles like Tesla and 'reverse bubbles' like Shell.
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    I still won't buy Shell (or BP) gas again until they fully restore their dividend. My loyalty is to XOM.
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    DRFD
    "manipulated" stocks are an investors best friend since their is a built in known bias. investors can profit by knowing that it is "manipulated" by either playing it long or short. "manipulated" stocks are a gift.
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    Mary
    STOCK BROKER HIRED SHELL ONLINE EMPLOYEES ARE MORE DESPARATE THAN OCCIDENTAL ONES. ITS HARD TO MARKET SHELL. THERE IS NO ONE ABSOLUTELY NO ONE WHO HAS GAINED ANY PROFIT IN THE LAST 7 YEARS FROM SHELL. AND IT WILL KEEP GOING ON LIKE THIS FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS
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    Vince
    FOR ALL THE SHORTERS: SELL NOW. PRICE WILL ONLY GO UPP 📈
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    Bruce
    Can anyone explain why Yahoo has Shell a negative trend for short, mid and long-term, but has a $56 1 year price estimate?
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    Charles
    On way to $45...Aug