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Saudi Aramco becomes world's most valuable listed company as shares surge 10% after record-breaking IPO

Independent Wednesday, 11 December 2019
State-owned oil company worth almost $1.9 trillion after world's largest ever stock market flotation
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Saudi Aramco shares surged the maximum permitted 10% above their IPO price on their Riyadh stock market debut on Wednesday, closing in on a $2 trillion valuation that would make it the world's most valuable listed company. David Pollard reports.

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