31.10.2008 - Shell and Exxon join the profits bonanza
From Guardian: Royal Dutch Shell and Exxon Mobil followed BP yesterday by revealing record quarterly profits. Royal Dutch Shell, the biggest oil firm in Europe, beat City expectations with third-quarter current cost-of-supply profits - which strip out unrealised inventory gains and losses - up 74% to $10.9bn (£6.7bn). Exxon Mobil, the world's largest oil company, smashed its own record for the highest quarterly earnings from a US firm, by delivering a profit of $14.83bn..... Full Article: Source