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- USOBarrons.com•6 hours ago
Saudi Arabia needs oil prices to average at $75 per barrel in 2017, according to Bernstein Research. At the current Brent crude price of $56 a barrel, Saudi Arabia can't balance its budget, says Bernstein's Neil Beveridge: Saudi will increase spending in 2017 by 8%, after a US$79bn deficit in 2016. In addition, Saudi Arabia plans to take its giant oil company Saudi Aramco public - it has already found its lead bankers and aims for an IPO in New York. But analysts say at the current oil prices, Aramco needs to check its ambition.
- XLEZacks•7 hours ago
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