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U.S. NOPEC – Here’s The Real Threat To Saudi Aramco Stock Price That Many Didn’t Talk About

Oil giant Saudi Aramco priced its IPO (initial public offering) at 32 riyals (US$8.53) per share last Thursday, marking the biggest share listing in history – beating Alibaba’s record US$25 billion listing in 2014. In essence, Aramco will become the world’s most valuable publicly traded company. Still, the IPO fell short of Saudi Crown Prince’s […]

... written on Dec 10 2019

Saudi Arabia Is Running Out Of Money, Badly Needs Aramco IPO – But The Company Has Extraordinary Risks

Aramco is the world’s largest oil company. It is also currently the most profitable company in the world, and based on the 2019 listing by Fortune, the company’s profitability is almost double that of Apple. As a private organization that produces about 10% of the world’s crude oil, Aramco’s revenue for the financial year 2018 was […]

... written on Nov 15 2019

4 ICO PR Tips From Professionals

The initial coin offering is a decentralized and blockchain-based version of fund raising from the public. ICOs are a type of cutting-edge initial public offering for stocks, so the approach to marketing should be somewhat similar.   Launching a successful ICO PR campaign requires a few niche and professionalized techniques to get institutions and accredited […]

... written on May 23 2019

Saudi’s Dream For $100 Oil In Jeopardy As Trump Warns OPEC About Fake High Price

Saudi Arabia is happy with the rise of crude oil prices. The OPEC, Russia and several other producers began to reduce supply in January 2017 in an attempt to erase a glut. The supply-cutting deal involves cutting 1.8 million barrels a day through March 2018, subsequently extended until December 2018. Saudi is looking at US$80 […]

... written on Apr 23 2018

White House’s Interference – China’s Acquisition Of Chicago Stock Exchange Frozen

Cash-rich China has been on a shopping spree snapping American assets. They had taken over at least 10 American iconic brands including Motorola, Waldorf Astoria, GE Appliances, Smithfield Foods and AMC Theatres. And they were about to add a 135-year-old Chicago Stock Exchange to their shopping cart – until they’re being stopped now.   The […]

... written on Sep 29 2017

Oil Going $42 – Speculators Give Up, Saudi Doesn’t Know What To Do

Oil price is now at its lowest for the year 2017. The more than 5% plunge on Wednesday was the final nail in the coffin for speculators. There were high volume of trading, suggesting the speculators holding to their bullish positions were selling all out. According to John Kilduff, founding partner at energy hedge fund […]

... written on Mar 10 2017

Oil Below $60 This Year – Saudi Struggles As Shale Drillers Are Back

Will crude oil prices rise above US$60 a barrel this year? It’s not too much to ask considering the black gold once traded around US$120 a barrel in 2014. Before we could even think of US$60 price tag, the Brent has to breach US$58 first. So far, it hasn’t been able to do so. Analysts […]

... written on Mar 06 2017

A Month Of Asia Tour – King Salman’s Mission & The Real Reason He’s Here

Malaysia is the first stop in a rare month-long tour of Asia by Saudi King Salman. The visit includes Indonesia, Brunei, Japan, China, Maldives and Jordan. The visit by King Salman is particularly important to Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak who is preparing to call for a snap national general election, rumoured to be this […]

... written on Feb 28 2017

Forget About PAS, Here’s How UMNO Could Lose Johor State

Sabah and Sarawak have been Barisan Nasional (BN) “fixed deposit” since independence in 1957, and it will remain so for the next 50-years, unfortunately. That’s a reality, not because Sabahans and Sarawakians were dumb but because majority of them were dirt poor. And they were freaking poor primarily because they were systematically denied their basic […]

... written on Jun 22 2015

Jack Ma Kept Talking “Trust” – Did He Try To Signal He Won’t Scam Your Money?

For a moment, we thought Alibaba could breached the US$100 a share and sent everyone on the trading floor jaw-dropping. But the stock hit its highest at US$99.70, just 30 cents of reaching the 100 bucks mark. On the first day of its listing on NYSE, Jack Ma’s baby was trading between the range of […]

... written on Sep 21 2014









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