April 9, 2020 (Saudi Arabia)
Gulf Business has reported that Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund, the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia (PIF), invested $200 million in Norway’s Equinor ASA amid the coronavirus pandemic and plummeting crude prices.
The article further notes that the Equinor investment is a continuation of PIF’s active interest in European oil firms. PIF had also acquired stakes in Royal Dutch Shell, Total SA, and Eni S.p.A., worth about $1 billion in total.
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