1. World’s biggest oil firm Saudi Aramco kicks off bond sale  Mint
  2. Cash strapped Saudi Aramco to return to bond market  Al Jazeera English
  3. Saudi Aramco forced to sell billions of dollars in bonds to maintain $75bn dividend  Middle East Eye
  4. Oil price jumps before crunch OPEC+ supply talks  Arab News
  5. Aramco Plans U.S. Dollar Bond to Plug Funding Gap  The Wall Street Journal
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The state energy firm is selling tranches maturing in three, five, 10, 30 and 50 years.Aramco has slashed spending, cut jobs, and is considering selling some assets as it looks to save money for its shareholder payoutsThe state energy firm is selling tranches maturing in three, five, 10, 30 and 50 years.Aramco has slashed spending, cut jobs, and is considering selling some assets as it looks to save money for its shareholder payouts

World’s biggest oil firm Saudi Aramco kicks off bond sale

Aramco to issue bonds as it seeks to raise cash to fund annual dividend commitments during an oil price slump.Aramco to issue bonds as it seeks to raise cash to fund annual dividend commitments during an oil price slump.

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The Covid-19 pandemic has dramatically hit global demand for oil this year, leaving the company's debt levels spirallingThe Covid-19 pandemic has dramatically hit global demand for oil this year, leaving the company's debt levels spiralling

Saudi Aramco forced to sell billions of dollars in bonds to maintain $75bn dividend | Middle East Eye

It's $12b offering in April 2019 generated $100b worth of interestIt's $12b offering in April 2019 generated $100b worth of interest

Saudi Aramco makes a return to bond markets with $6b issue | Energy – Gulf News

DUBAI: Saudi Aramco this year extended the maturity of two revolving credit facilities it took in 2015, meaning those loans worth a total of $8 billion will be available through March 2022, a bond prospectus showed. Aramco said on Monday it plans to issue multi-tranche US dollar-denominated bonds, as the world’s largest oil company seeks to raise cash amid weak global oilDUBAI: Saudi Aramco this year extended the maturity of two revolving credit facilities it took in 2015, meaning those loans worth a total of $8 billion will be available through March 2022, a bond

Aramco extended $8 bln revolving loans this year — bond prospectus | Arab News

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Saudi Aramco said on Monday it had hired banks for a multi-tranche U.S. dollar-denominated bond issuance, as the world's largest oil company seeks cash amid lower oil prices.Saudi Aramco said on Monday it had hired banks for a multi-tranche U.S. dollar-denominated bond issuance, as the world's largest oil company seeks cash amid lower oil prices.

Saudi Aramco plans debt market comeback with multi-tranche bond deal | Reuters

Reuters Saudi Aramco, the world's biggest oil company, will issue a multi-tranche international bond, according to a filing with the national... Reuters Saudi Aramco, the world's biggest oil company, will issue a multi-tranche international bond, according to a filing with the national...

Saudi Aramco plans to raise billions by issuing international bonds, as low oil prices and a grim demand outlook loom over its finances | Markets Insider

Saudi Arabia’s oil giant Aramco plans to issue U.S.-denominated bonds, with the exact amount subject to market conditions, the world’s largest oil-producing company said on MondaySaudi Arabia’s oil giant Aramco plans to issue U.S.-denominated bonds, with the exact amount subject to market conditions, the world’s largest oil-producing company said on Monday

Saudi Aramco Plans Multi-Billion-Dollar Bond Issue | OilPrice.com

Saudi Aramco said on Monday it had hired banks for a multi-tranche U.S. dollar-denominated bond issuance, as the world's largest oil company seeks cash amid lower oil prices.Saudi Aramco said on Monday it had hired banks for a multi-tranche U.S. dollar-denominated bond issuance, as the world's largest oil company seeks cash amid lower oil prices.

Saudi Aramco plans debt market comeback with multi-tranche bond deal | Reuters

The world's biggest oil producer gave initial price guidance of around 140 basis points (bps) over U.S. Treasuries (UST) for a 3-year tranche, around 155 bps over UST for 5-year bonds, around 175 bps over UST for 10-year notes, around 205 bps over UST for a 30-year tranche and around 230 bps over UST for 50-year bonds, the document showed.The world's biggest oil producer gave initial price guidance of around 140 basis points (bps) over U.S. Treasuries (UST) for a 3-year tranche, around 155 bps over UST for 5-year bonds, around 175 bps over UST for 10-year notes, around 205 bps over UST for a 30-year tranche and around 230 bps over UST for 50-year bonds, the document showed.

Saudi Aramco markets five-tranche dollar bonds

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SAUDI Aramco, the world's biggest oil company, is set to return to the bond markets for the first time since April of last year as it seeks to fund a US$75 billion dividend commitment. Read more at The Business Times.SAUDI Aramco, the world's biggest oil company, is set to return to the bond markets for the first time since April of last year as it seeks to fund a US$75 billion dividend commitment. Read more at

Saudi Aramco turns to bonds to help fund US$75b dividend, Banking & Finance - THE BUSINESS TIMES

DUBAI: Saudi Aramco said on Monday it has hired a group of banks ahead of a multi-tranche U.S. dollar-denominated bond issuance, as the world's largest oil company seeks to raise cash amid lower oil prices.DUBAI: Saudi Aramco said on Monday it has hired a group of banks ahead of a multi-tranche U.S. dollar-denominated bond issuance, as the world's largest oil company seeks to raise cash amid lower oil prices.

Saudi Aramco plans multi-tranche bond deal | The Star

Any debt offering should generate sufficient demand, but investors will put in ridersAny debt offering should generate sufficient demand, but investors will put in riders

Aramco could be tapping debt markets again to keep $75b dividend promise | Markets – Gulf News