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- MIATA 10:32:02 25/02/2014
- 25 Feb 2014 Royal Dutch Shell... RDSB Barclays Capital Overweight 2,365.00 2,373.50 2,660.00 2,660.00 25 Feb 2014 BP PLC BP. Barclays Capital Underweight 504.80 505.90 550.00 550.00 The pounds sterling and euro equivalent dividend payments will be announced on March 7, 2014.
- tompion 13:06:32 22/02/2014
- Imagine quite a few will buy new VOD shares as the value of their current holding will be halved. Might even consider buying some myself although main reason I bought (and then sold) was the 40% verizon stake. Agree though that high yield stocks like Shell should be strong for a few weeks.
- jeffian 09:55:50 21/02/2014
- Yes, I was one of those who jumped out when it went over £23 recently (it just seemed to be in a regular pattern falling back every time it went over). Seems I was wrong this time. Sold the ones in my SIPP. Luckily have a few more elsewhere!
- MIATA 08:58:12 21/02/2014
- Royal Dutch Shell has agreed to dispose of the bulk of its Australia downstream business to Vitol, as part of its plan to sell-off $15bn in assets over the next two years. The sale, which excludes the Aviation business and certain plants in Brisbane, is being made for a total transaction value of around A$2.9bn, equal to just under £1.6bn.
- supermarky 21:09:21 18/02/2014
- Sold all my remaining rdsb shares today just before close. Looking at chart it seems to be at the top end of range. Will buy back if and when they go near 2200. If they break out further on the upside we'll see. Waiting and watching.
- M_K_Hubbert 23:47:31 17/02/2014
- imperial3, most unlikely given that the largest oilfields are normally discovered early, being easier to spot when analysing seismic data. Seismic mapping techniques have also advanced considerably since Ghawar was discovered in 1948 thus providing much better indications as to where hydrocarbons might exist (and where they do not).
- via con 08:36:45 17/02/2014
- M_K_Hubbert two excellent posts, I very much appreciate the time and effort you gave to my questions. There´s certainly a lot to consider, and in that endeavour you have helped me a great deal to flesh out the pros and cons within this sector. Thank you again GLTA vc
- wad collector 16:53:57 13/02/2014
- A bigger worry is the net oversupply of oil and gas reserves. The Worlds Ecology cannot afford to extract them all without tipping the CO2 level into positive feedback levels. Fortunately for the Oil Industry , other factors make an agreement not to extract them an unlikely event.
- wipo1 14:41:34 31/01/2014
- General market weakness and poor results from Exxon and Chevron driving down oil majors. I am still bullish on RDSB,BP. EU:FP and NYSE:STO looking to buy lower down though. Has Warren Buffet lost his touch, I think XOM and CVX look most expensive of the oil majors and poorest outlook?
- wipo1 17:03:43 30/01/2014
- Well done jeffian,RDSB has very strong support at 2230p bounced off that a good few times yesterday.2310 strong resistance. I prefer Statoil NYSE:STO and Total S.A. EU:FP a pity about the currency risk with these stocks though. might be best waiting until the pound reaches its peak.
- imperial3 13:51:25 30/01/2014
- A lot of course depends on oil and gas prices.Forecasting that is a mug's game.Needlees to say,their asset disposals will help.Depends what you want,the yield is attractive for income seekers.That is why I continue to hold.
- jeffian 13:28:03 30/01/2014
- Well I sold out today once it went over £23. That seems to have been the top of its trading range for an awful long time now and the results suggest they still have plenty of problems. I don't believe in charting at all but if the historical pattern is followed, the shock of putting its head above £23 will soon lead to retrenchment!