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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BP, Exxon Mobil, Lukoil, Shell, Statoil, Total
- Iraqiya ends parliamentary boycott, discusses ending cabinet boycott: Iraqiya fading as Iraq moves towards semi-stable majority government.
- Statoil to sell WQ-2 stake to partner Lukoil: Confirming Statoil’s exit in south, perhaps freeing it to look north?
- Iraq again delays 4th bid round auction: Bigger news is Exxon’s re-entry onto list of bidders.
- Maliki advisor: oil law pushed to late 2012: Not necessarily surprising, but underlines that Kurds are building facts on ground, rather than relying on promises in Baghdad.
- Turkish official cancels Baghdad anti-terror trip: Minor indicator of larger trend – Erbil-Ankara entente at expense of Baghdad.
- This month – Iraqiya ends cabinet boycott
- Next month – National Reconciliation Conference?