Missing Fox News Co-Owner Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Has Western Investors Concerned, Following His Arrest In Saudi Arabia

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Fox Rape Channel viewers have no clue a disgraced Aussie  and a Saudi Prince are both playing them and making a mockery of America, and using Trump to destroy America.  But, it has been more than three weeks since Fox News co-owner Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, the most prominent investor in Saudi Arabia, was arrested on a Saturday night as part of the sweeping detention of several dozen elites. Since then, he has been holed up inside the Saudi version of prison for the ultrawealthy: the Ritz Carlton hotel in Riyadh, about a 10-minute drive from the prince’s home.104790121-Photo-Oct-23-2-24-57-PM

He hasn’t been heard from, nor have any charges against him been made public.

 

Because he was the longtime public face of finance for Saudi Arabia, Prince Alwaleed’s arrest — and the lack of transparency around what has happened to him — is causing increasing consternation among his various business partners and in much of the Western business community.

 

His arrest has also created a sense of uncertainty among investors about whether to do business with Saudi Arabia and, by extension, could affect some of its partners, like Masayoshi Son’s $100 billion SoftBank fund, in which the kingdom holds a 45 percent stake. It could also affect the highly anticipated public offering of the state-owned oil company, Aramco, planned for next year.

Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
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