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This spring, the markets were in full panic mode and the mining stocks were at their bottom. Chinese overcapacities, decline in global demand, balance sheets with too much debt, all the arguments were good for the banks to recommend to their clients to sell their shares in this sector.

Royal Dutch shares have long been part of the preferred blue chips of portfolio managers. However, since 2014 and the sharp decline of oil prices, analysts and investors have abandoned the stock with the due to the current low prices of black gold

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