Aramco Keeps $75 Billion Dividend Promise Despite Oil’s Dive

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  • Mar.16 — Even with oil prices having slumped, Saudi Aramco said it still intends to give at least $75 billion to shareholders this year. The world’s biggest company by market value, which listed in the Saudi Arabian capital of Riyadh in December, will pay the dividends on a quarterly basis, it said in its 2019 financial results released on Sunday. Annmarie Hordern reports on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

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