Saudi Aramco upsizes its record-shattering IPO by $3.8 billion
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Saudi Aramco took in an additional $3.8 billion through its record-breaking IPO by selling more shares to investors, according to a Sunday statement.

The oil firm set aside 450 million shares for investors as it gauged pre-IPO demand, and advising firm Goldman Sachs managed the shares for Aramco's first month of public trading. 

Goldman released proceeds for the over-allotment, also known as a greenshoe, over the weekend, bringing the total funds raised by Aramco's IPO to $29.4 billion from...

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