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SHEL Jun 2024 50.000 put

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
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0.19000.0000 (0.00%)
As of 03:03PM EST. Market open.
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Previous close0.1900
Open0.1900
Bid0.1500
Ask0.2000
Strike50.00
Expiry date2024-06-21
Day's range0.1900 - 0.1900
Contract rangeN/A
Volume1
Open interest101
  • GlobeNewswire

    Transaction in Own Shares

    Transaction in Own Shares 23 February, 2024 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Shell plc (the ‘Company’) announces that on 23 February 2024 it purchased the following number of Shares for cancellation. Aggregated information on Shares purchased according to trading venue: Date of purchaseNumber of Shares purchasedHighest price paid Lowest price paid Volume weighted average price paid per shareVenueCurrency23/02/20241,025,000 £25.1750£24.6900£24.9244LSEGBP23/02/2024- £0.0000£0.0000£0.0000Chi-X (CXE)

  • Barrons.com

    BP and Shell Are Worth Less Than Exxon and Chevron. Here’s Why.

    BP and Shell two of Europe’s biggest oil-and-gas companies, have a valuation problem that they haven’t been able to solve for decades. Exxon trades at 12 times forward earnings, as does Chevron Shell, by contrast, is at eight times, while BP is at seven. This is a conundrum that Shell CEO Wael Sawan and BP CEO Murray Auchincloss would like to crack.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Oil: Top 3 energy stocks as sector transitions to renewables

    As conflicts in the Middle East continue, oil prices (BZ=F, CL=F) near 3-week highs. As investors look to balance their portfolios, the energy sector may seem daunting to buy into. HSBC Oil & Gas Research Director Kim Fustier joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the state of the energy market and what plays investors should look out for if buying into the energy sector. Fustier chooses BP (BP), Chevron (CVX), and Shell (SHEL) as her top 3 picks, explaining how these companies are positioned for the ongoing transition away from fossil fuels:"Despite continued pressure from ESG [Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance] investors, particularly in Europe, the European majors including BP and Shell recognize that. So they have to strike the right balance really, between being forward leading, investing into clean energy but also making sure they've got viable businesses and continue to invest in oil and gas. That's exactly why you've seen both BP and Shell tilting back towards growth in oil and gas at least in the medium term for the next two, three, four years, and then at the same time pulling back from renewables, but not abandoning the renewables altogether..." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live. Editor's note: This article was written by Nicholas Jacobino