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Saudi Arabia, Aramco dollar bonds hit multi-week low after oil attacks

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Longer-dated dollar-denominated bonds issued by Saudi Arabia's government and state-oil firm Saudi Aramco fell by more than 1 cent in the dollar on Monday following a weekend attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities that shut about 5% of global supply. [O/R]

LONDON, Sept 16 (Reuters) - Longer-dated dollar-denominated bonds issued by Saudi Arabia's government and state-oil firm Saudi Aramco fell by more than 1 cent in the dollar on Monday following a weekend attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities that shut about 5% of global supply. O/R

Saudi Arabia's 2046 XS1508675508=TE and 2047 issue XS1694218469=TE as well as Aramco bonds maturing in 2039 XS1982113463=TE and 2049 XS1982116136=TE fell to their lowest since August 7, data from Tradeweb showed.

(Reporting by Karin Strohecker Editing by Tommy Wilkes)

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