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White-knuckle Riyadh

4 November 2019 By George Hay

Buying into the Saudi oil giant’s IPO means owning a tiny part of a state entity, with no control. Yet its pledge to pay a chunky $75 bln dividend for five years means punters are really preferred shareholders. A large retail offer could also limit Riyadh’s scope for rogue moves.

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