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Royal Dutch Shell


80.56 0.33 (0.41%)

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RDS-B $80.56 0.41%
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Today's Open $80.50
Previous Close $80.23
Daily Range $80.35 - $80.64
52-Week Range $65.02 - $80.88
Market Cap $253.6B
P/E Ratio 10.16
Dividend (Yield) $3.60 (4.5%)
Ex-Dividend Date
Dividend Pay Date
Volume 376,862
Average Daily Volume 553,199
Current FY EPS $0.00




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:

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