On April 8, Royal Dutch Shell RDS.A RDS . B RDSA RDSB announced its intention to acquire BG Group BRGYY BG. in a $70 billion cash-and-stock deal that values BG’s equity
wondering if the report might have been reporting the dividend rate for "A" shares. I've been poring through the press releases but can't find anything definitive. Has anyone else out there seen anything about the future RDS . B dividend rate?
On April 8, Royal Dutch Shell RDS.A RDS . B announced its intention to acquire BG Group BRGYY in a cash-and-stock deal that values BG’s equity at GBX 1,350 per share
ADR's of foreign companies instead of buying the stock directly at their domestic country. For example Royal Dutch Shell ( RDS . B ) is also listed in Amsterdam in Euro. I would also like to ask (a much more basic question) why is the price of that stock
Their dividends are approaching 6% now and I know these both do not have foreign withholding tax. In the current environment of crashing commodity prices, are these 'falling knives' or 'accidental high-yielders'?
Im not new to oil and gas but Im just curious what people are buying/will be buying while we are at all time lows. Personally Im looking to add to: WPZ, OKS, ETP, EPD, CVX, RDS . B . I already own too much MMP to add to right now.
RDS . B has payed .94 per share in june, september and December most likely. They just announced an interim dividend of .47 per share, an increase of .02. Can someone explain how that works. What is the difference between the interim and regular dividends
Consolidated Edison 4.45% Canadian CJR-B.TO Corus Entertainment 4.46% S&P500 PPL PPL Corp 4.48% Josh Peters Harvest RDS . B Royal Dutch Shell B ADR 4.50% Aristrocrat Challanger BIP Brookfield Infrastructure Partners LP 4.52% Aristrocrat Champion
RDS.A stock rules seem to change every three or four year on dividends in my IRA. In end I gave up and switched over to RDS . B shares. My question is how do you found out dividend tax rules on ADR? The stock I am looking at for my IRA is Unilever PLC
once officialdom permits it. Their continued efforts to trim holdings are occurring all over the globe. Royal Dutch Shell ( RDS - B ) is selling properties in oil-rich but violence-torn Nigeria , where its pipeline regularly gets sabotaged. BP ( BP ) is