Saudi Aramco targets sale of 0.5% of oil firm to retail investors in IPO: sources


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Saudi Aramco is looking to sell up to 0.5% of the state oil giant to retail investors in its planned initial public offering (IPO), three sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
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