Iraq Business News is delighted to bring you the latest Iraq Market Tracker report from Dunia Frontier Consultants. The market tracker highlights the activities and market performance of a basket of publicly traded firms who derive a significant percentage of their revenues from operations in Iraq, but are traded on foreign exchanges: a proxy Iraq play as much as practicable. It also identifies and analyzes the primary political and security events that occur in country that have market-moving implications.
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ExxonMobil, Lukoil, Statoil, Total, Samsung
- National Reconciliation Conference looks dead, Sadrists ask their price: Nothing likely to come of it, unless it is to be used to announce developments elsewhere.
- Exxon moving into KRG: Exxon has their contractual commitments, so expect this to continue.
- Total close to securing Kurdistan oil rights: Just as we predicted, another major moving towards Kurdistan.
- Increasing attacks along the trigger line: Triggered by increasing political uncertainty, something to watch.
- Samsung wins $1 billion WQ-2 contract: Shows that life goes on in southern Iraq.
- 31 Jan – Parliament to reconvene
- This week – Exxon reports, Basra single point mooring set enter service
- Next month – National Reconciliation Conference