The Situation Room: Difficulties in International Negotiations

The Situation Room: Difficulties in International Negotiations

by | published October 21st, 2019

Welcome back to The Situation Room, Oil & Energy Investor readers.

After another week filled with travel to familiar destinations, I find myself in a similar situation though I’ll be trading in New York for London.

As I prepare for the coming week on the move, there are several geopolitical matters that require my attention.

So let’s get to this week’s focus points…

1. Shifting Details with Aramco

First I will continue to look into the difficulties surrounding the Aramco IPO.

As I noted in the previous edition of Oil & Energy Investor, there have been a series of delays and concerns the details of the offer.

Recently it has been rumored that Mohammed bin Salman (MbS) is suggesting a smaller percentage be offered publically while another portion of the company is sold through private placements.

In turn, those changes have frustrated parties on both sides of the deal.

2. Iran and the UAE

I am also currently analyzing intel from my network on a possible United Arab Emirate move to negotiate security considerations with Iran.

I will keep you informed as soon as it becomes available.



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  1. Silver Rain Runningcloud
    October 21st, 2019 at 22:10 | #1

    Thank you, Kent.

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