Shell quintuples profit

The British-Dutch oil company’s second-quarter result underscores the meaning of calling crude black gold.

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Profit skyrocketed in the second quarter of this year for Royal Dutch Shell, which also gathered billions of dollars off recouping an impairment.

Revenue totals USD 103.08bn against USD 61.76bn from the same period last year.

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