Given the analyst expectations Royal Dutch Royal Dutch Shell now has one of the highest dividend yields in the Netherlands.The average of the dividends estimates is at 1,87 euros. The dividend return consequently equals 8,39 percent. On average the oil & gas producer yields a rather high dividend return of around a rather high percent.
For this year the consensus of the revenue equals 230,67 billion euros. This is rather significant lower than the 2015's revenue of 264,96 billion euros.
The analysts foresee for 2016 a net profit of 9,15 billion euros. For this year most of the analysts expect a profit per share of 1,08 euros. With these estimates the PE-ratio equals 20,63.
Royal Dutch Royal Dutch Shell is being covered by 17 analysts (only based on fundamental analysis). The average target price for the stock is at 25,94 euros. This is around 2 percent less than the current stock price of 22,28 euros. The three most recent recommendations for the Dutch company were provided by Raymond James (hold, without target price), RBC Capital Markets (hold, without target price) and ABN AMRO (buy, 26,00 euros).
Based on the number of outstanding shares Royal Dutch Royal Dutch Shell 's market capitalization is around 88,34 billion euros.The stock closed last Friday at 22,28 euros.
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