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On track for $80 billion in income this year, Saudi Aramco held onto its No. 5 spot in the #Global2000 . Shares trade “in their own universe,” as investors show faith in the vision of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

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On track for $80 billion in income this year, Saudi Aramco held onto its No. 5 spot in the #Global2000 . Shares trade “in their own universe,” as investors show faith in the vision of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

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On track for $80 billion in income this year, Saudi Aramco held onto its No. 5 spot in the #Global2000 . Shares trade “in their own universe,” as investors show faith in the vision of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

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Saudi Aramco's upstream capex rose to the highest level since 2019 in Q1 as it reboots its oil and gas investment plans.

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Japan's SoftBank Group is set to report a net profit of just over $45 billion for the fiscal year that ended in March, becoming the world's third most profitable company, after Apple and Saudi Aramco, based on recent annual results, Nikkei has learned.

Japan’s SoftBank Group is set to report net profits of more than $45bn for the fiscal year, becoming the world’s third most profitable company after Apple and Saudi Aramco via @NAR 

SoftBank is set to report a record $45 billion net profit for fiscal year ended in March, becoming the world's third most profitable company after Apple and Saudi Aramco.

Within the last month, Saudi Arabia’s state oil giant Aramco has announced the sale of a minority—but large—stake in its pipeline business, the possibility to sell another 1 percent of its stock, and intentions to put up for sale stakes in some oil field

ICYMI: State-run oil producer Saudi Aramco reported a first-quarter net profit of $19.5 billion, a 30% rise, on the back of rising crude prices and higher refining margins

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The US election news has largely overshadowed a seismic moment in global finance: Ant, a fintech company that spun out of Alibaba/Alipay, was scheduled to have the world's largest IPO, topping even Aramco, the Saudi sovereign wealth fund. Then Chinese regulators canceled it. 1/

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JUST IN: Saudi Aramco reports profit of $49 billion in 2020, down from $88 billion in the previous year.

@elonmusk  Largest market cap 1 Apple $2.2T 2 Saudi Aramco $2T 3 Microsoft $1.8T 4 Amazon $1.6T 5 Alphabet $1.4T 6 #Bitcoin    $1.0T 7 Tencent $921B 8 Tesla $750B 9 Facebook $745B 10 Alibaba $726B 11 TSMC $619B 12 B Hathaway $567B 13 Samsung $503B 14 K Moutai $476B 15 Visa $451B 16 JPM $451B

Drone attacks on two Saudi Aramco factories in Abqaiq and Khurais provinces sparked fires that the state oil company brought under control, the Saudi interior ministry spokesman said. More here:

Saudi Aramco generated a net income of $111 billion last year. That's bigger than the latest full-year income of Amazon, Apple and Exxon combined, making it the most profitable company on earth.

JUST IN: Saudi Aramco halts $10 billion deal to build a petrochemicals complex in China

Would very much appreciate Saudi Arabia doing their IPO of Aramco with the New York Stock Exchange. Important to the United States!

Twitter users have slammed Saudi Aramco after images went viral of a migrant worker dressed as a 'hand-sanitiser dispenser'. Saudi Aramco has since tweeted an apology.

BREAKING: Saudi Aramco to increase oil production by one million barrels a day

🚨BREAKING 🚨 Saudi Aramco to supply 12.3 million barrels a day in April, that's up from 9.7m b/d in March, and 300k b/d **above** the company's maximum sustainable capacity, so clearly Riyadh is tapping inventories for shock-and-awe strategy. Huge, huge escalation | #OOTT 

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