Shell’s Debt Nears Edge of Comfort Zone as Rout Boosts BorrowingBy
Gearing rose to 28.1% last quarter, double year-earlier level
Debt ‘close to the maximum’ but may still climb, company says
Royal Dutch Shell Plc is on the verge of breaching “comfortable” levels of debt as low crude prices force Europe’s largest oil company to borrow more.
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