Royal Dutch Shell plc

-$0.03 (-0.1%)
Closing price January 28, 2022
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Netherlands-based Royal Dutch Shell revised its second-quarter outlook and now expects to take noncash, pretax impairment charges in the quarter totaling $20 billion to $27 billion.
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