Aramco is now the world's largest listed company
Saudi Aramco - the massive Saudi state oil producer - is now the world's first $2 trillion company.
But Paul Theron, MD at Vestact Asset Management, pulls no punches about its value.
The Saudi Government basically shoved stock down the throats of insiders, he says.
A report cleverly described it as a mirage in the desert - its stock like sandpaper.Paul Theron, MD - Vestact Asset Management
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