Shell first quarter profit surges to $7.1 bn on high oil prices

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British energy giant Shell on Thursday said its net profit jumped 26 percent in the first quarter as oil prices surged.

Profit after tax leapt to $7.1 billion (6.7 billion euros) compared with a year earlier, but the group also took a $3.9 billion charge on its exit from Russia after Moscow invaded Ukraine.

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