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19.02.10 18:13:04
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.973.146 von K1200RS am 19.02.10 12:12:55Hab Heute 1,18 Euro für ein Liter Diesel bezahlt. Vor ein paar Wochen waren wir bei 1,06...
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19.02.10 12:12:55
Beitrag Nr. 139 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.972.848 von Zeitblom am 19.02.10 11:33:13Wenn man von einer Wirtschaftserholung, dementsprechend steigende Öl-Preise und diverse Umstrukturierungen ausgeht, könnte dies durchaus möglich sein.
Aber: Am 04.02.2010 las ich Folgendes: (...) Trotzdem will Shell für das angelaufene Quartal seine Dividende um 2 auf 42 US-Cent erhöhen. (...)

Wieviel wir erhalten haben, wissen wir. Nun stellt sich mir die Frage, ob "Börse Online" den europäischen Cent mit dem amerikanischen Cent 1:1 gleichgestellt hat...

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19.02.10 11:33:13
Beitrag Nr. 138 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.964.308 von K1200RS am 18.02.10 10:19:19Ja, das ist richtig..

Übrigens noch ein Kommentar zur derzeitigen Quartalsdividende:Gezahlt werden soll ja 0,3018 Euro.Jetzt las ich zufällig bei Börse online die Dividendenschätzung für 2009,nämlich 1,74 Euro fürs Jahr.Wenn die damit richtig liegen, sollten wir bei den nächsten Quartalsdividenden höhere Beträge erwarten können,nämlich 1,74 : 4 = 0,4350 Euro.Mal sehen, wie es wird.
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19.02.10 10:31:35
Beitrag Nr. 137 ()
...öfter mal etwas Neues:

ANALYSE/Credit Suisse erhöht Kursziele für Shell, BP und BG
http://nachrichten.finanztreff.de/news_news,awert,empfehlung…
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18.02.10 10:21:07
Beitrag Nr. 136 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.964.308 von K1200RS am 18.02.10 10:19:19und
http://www.boersen-zeitung.de/index.php?li=24&l=0&isin=GB00B…
als Ergänzung.
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18.02.10 10:19:19
Beitrag Nr. 135 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.964.063 von Zeitblom am 18.02.10 09:50:46...oder so:
http://www.shell.com/home/content/investor/share_price/divid…

Dann sieht's nicht so zusammengeschoben aus ;-)

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K1200RS
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18.02.10 09:50:46
Beitrag Nr. 134 ()
2010 interim dividend timetable:
Announcement date/Ex-dividend date/Record date/Payment date
4th quarter 2009: February 4, 2010/February 10, 2010/February 12, 2010/March 17, 2010
1st quarter 2010: April 28, 2010/May 5, 2010/May 7, 2010/June 9, 2010
2nd quarter: 2010 July 29, 2010/August 4, 2010/August 6, 2010/September 8, 2010
3rd quarter 2010 October 28, 2010/November 3, 2010/November 5, 2010/December 8, 2010
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16.02.10 21:46:26
Beitrag Nr. 133 ()
...öfter mal etwas Neues:

Ölpreise legen kräftig zu
http://www.handelsblatt.com/finanzen/rohstoffe/rohstoffe-oel…

....und noch etwas zum Lesen:

16-02-2010 21:09 2ND UPDATE: BP, Conoco To Exit US Climate Action Partnership

By Naureen S. Malik and Angel Gonzalez Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES

NEW YORK -(Dow Jones)- Major oil companies BP PLC (BP, BP.LN) and ConocoPhillips (COP) said Tuesday that they are pulling out of the U.S. Climate Action Partnership, or Uscap. The two companies said they would have more success in influencing climate debate by going solo than as part of the consortium.

The departure of two of the group's three integrated oil-company members signals a growing rift between different branches of the energy sector and how they fit in the climate legislation debate. Oil producers argue that climate legislation, as currently proposed, places an undue burden on refining operations and ignores natural gas, a relatively-clean burning fuel, while giving a break to coal producers. Uscap counts coal producers, as well as utility providers and manufacturing companies, among its members, reflecting a wide range of interests. Uscap members have been urging the federal government to form policies that would clear up uncertainties surrounding climate risks and to invest in clean technologies.

But the bills being considered in Congress "to date have disadvantaged the transportation sector and its consumers, left domestic refineries unfairly penalized versus international competition, and ignored the critical role that natural gas can play in reducing [greenhouse-gas] emissions," said ConocoPhillips Chief Executive Jim Mulva in a press release. The company will focus on developing natural gas, a lower-emission fuel, as an opportunity to reduce emissions and create jobs.

BP feels it "can be more effective if we show up in the discussion as BP," said company spokesman Ronnie Chappell.

Meanwhile, Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDSA), the remaining Uscap member among major oil companies, plans to stay in the consortium and to call for federal legislation to protect existing jobs, create new ones and offer incentives to cut emissions and develop lower carbon engines, said company spokeswoman Jill Davis.

Construction- and mining-equipment maker Caterpillar Inc. (CAT) is also leaving the organization. In a statement, Uscap said that, while BP, Caterpillar and ConocoPhillips have decided not to renew their memberships, it "expects to add new members in coming months." The organization views energy legislation as an instrumental way to create American jobs and to spur clean-energy investments.

For now, climate legislation in Washington may be stalled but the prospect of new laws continues to loom over refiners. Under the Waxman-Markey bill passed by the House last year, U.S. refiners were allotted just 2% of the total free emissions credits even though the industry accounts for about 40% of emissions. U.S. refiners have been arguing that the added costs from having to purchase carbon credits could spur a wave of plant closures and increase reliance on foreign imports of gasoline and other products.

Without a substantial recovery in demand, refining margins are expected to remain compressed as higher biofuel-blending requirements and fuel-efficiency standards kick in.

Conoco and BP are among the U.S.'s largest refiners.

"By taking away existing credits and increasing taxes, we are alienating people we need to be part of the solution," said Paul Dickerson, a partner at law firm Haynes and Boone LLP in Houston who previously served as chief operating officer of the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. U.S. oil producers and refiners, he said, have their backs up against the wall at a time when their expertise is needed to develop renewable fuels.

BP wants climate legislation that "sends the right signals to all energy producers and all energy consumers," Chappell said.

ConocoPhillips shares were recently trading up 2.2% at $49.76 and BP's shares were up 2.2% at $55.89.

-By Naureen S. Malik and Angel Gonzalez, Dow Jones Newswires; 212-416-4210; naureen.malik@dowjones.com


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K1200RS
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16.02.10 13:12:45
Beitrag Nr. 132 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.950.042 von K1200RS am 16.02.10 12:36:46Sicherlich - nur von den 28 % spanischer Quellensteuer lassen sich nur 15 % auf die deutsche Steuer anrechnen. Weitere 13 % müsste man sich vom spanischen Fiskus wieder holen,für die notwendige Bestätigung auf dem entsprechenden Formular nimmt die Depotbank mindestens eine Gebühr von 25 Euro,so dass es bei kleineren Dividendenbeträgen einfach nicht lohnt.
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16.02.10 13:04:03
Beitrag Nr. 131 ()
...auch sehr interessant:

Shell friert Vorstandsgehälter ein
http://www.handelsblatt.com/unternehmen/industrie/aktionaers…
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