|Bid||118.39 x 210000|
|Ask||118.41 x 1459000|
|Day's Range||118.25 - 119.12|
|52 Week Range||111.46 - 160.62|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||9.84|
|Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
The European Union sounded an alarm on Saturday about moves in the U.S. Congress to step up U.S. sanctions on Russia, urging Washington to keep coordinating with its G7 partners and warning of unintended consequences. In a statement by a spokeswoman after Republicans and Democrats in the U.S. Congress reached a deal that could see new legislation pass, the European Commission warned of possibly "wide and indiscriminate" "unintended consequences", notably on the EU's efforts to diversify energy sources away from Russia. EU diplomats are concerned that a German-U.S. row over the Nord Stream 2 pipeline being built by Russia's state-owned Gazprom could complicate efforts in Brussels to forge an EU consensus on negotiating with Russia over the project.
Proposed changes to Britain's listing regime are likely to attract a series of state-backed companies to London's stock markets as governments in oil rich states prepare for a wave of asset sales. The UK financial regulator proposed a new "premium" listing category for state-owned companies on Thursday, intended to make the market more attractive for oil giant Saudi Aramco (IPO-ARMO.SE) as it plans what is expected to be the world's largest ever initial public offering.
The UK's financial watchdog is making it easier for state-owned companies to list their shares in what will be a boon for those lobbying for Saudi Arabia's Aramco to choose London for its initial public ...