Investors split over oil majors’ payouts

Large international oil companies are facing disagreements among their shareholders over whether they should maintain their dividend payments in the face of the plunge in crude prices. Companies such as Royal Dutch Shell and Chevron insist that they will keep their dividends unchanged, even though they are failing to cover payments from cash flows.“ Many investors rely on the big oil groups for dividends as they are some of the biggest payers.

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