Aramco indicative share price up slightly to 37 riyals

Reuters Sunday, 15 December 2019
Saudi Aramco's shares went up slightly to 37 Saudi riyals ($9.87) in a pre-market auction on Sunday, Refinitiv data showed, putting the company's market value slightly below $2 trillion.

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