26.39% to Target, UBS Reaffirms ‘”Buy”’ Rating on Royal Dutch Shell ‘a’ (LON:RDSA) Shares Today

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Royal Dutch Shell ‘a’ (LON:RDSA) Rating Reaffirmed

UBS now has a GBX 2050.00 Estimated Target Price on the 198.95 billion GBP market cap company or 26.39% upside potential. In analysts report disseminated on 4 December, Royal Dutch Shell ‘a’ (LON:RDSA) shares have had their “Buy” Rating reaffirmed by investment advisers at UBS.

From a total of 14 analysts covering Royal Dutch Shell (LON:RDSA) stock, 14 rate it a ”Buy”, 0 a “Sell”, and 3 a ”Hold”. This means that 82% of the ratings are positive. The highest target price is GBX 41.11 while the lowest target price is GBX 17.56. The mean of all analyst targets is GBX 30.05 with a 23.91% above today’s (GBX 1590) stock price. Royal Dutch Shell was the topic of 95 analyst reports since July 22, 2015 according to the firm StockzIntelligence Inc. Barclays Capital maintained shares on December 3 with “Overweight” rating. Credit Suisse maintained shares with “Outperform” rating and GBX 2125 target share price in a report from a November 24. Bernstein maintained RDSA stock in a recent report from December 1 with “Outperform” rating. UBS maintained the rating on November 20. UBS has a “Buy” rating and a GBX 2050 price target on shares. Finally, ABN Amro maintained the stock with “Buy” rating in a report issued on a November 25.

Approximately 4.43 million shares of stock traded hands. Royal Dutch Shell Plc (LON:RDSA) has declined 20.48% since May 7, 2015 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 17.70% the S&P500.

26.39% to Target, UBS Reaffirms ‘

Royal Dutch Shell plc is an independent gas and oil company, based in the United Kingdom. The company has a market cap of 198.95 billion GBP. It operates in three divisions: Upstream, Downstream and Corporate. It has 7.96 P/E ratio. Upstream combines the operating divisions Upstream International and Upstream Americas, which are engaged in searching for and recovering natural gas and crude oil, the liquefaction and transportation of gas, the extraction of bitumen from oil sands and converting it into synthetic crude oil, and wind energy.

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