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Tony: J P Morgan and Morgan Stanley are among the banks that are rising Monday or reports that Saudi Aramco is considering those banks to head its IPO next year. Saudi Aramco is expected to be the largest IPO of all time with the valuation between 1.5 and $2 trillion. Shares of Google are falling Monday as the company is the subject of an antitrust investigation, that's been launched by more than 40 state attorneys generals. This follows up. Facebook's also having to deal with that with the attorney generals across the country and now looking to break up these big tech companies. On the S and P, the energy sector is rising, thanks to rising prices on Brent and West Texas crude and the healthcare sector is falling more than 1%.

JPMorgan (JPM - Get Report) , Morgan Stanley (MS - Get Report) , and National Commercial Bank are being considered for Saudi Aramco's pending initial public offering, according to a Reuters report. 

The Saudis said on Monday that the kingdom is looking to launch Aramco's debut "as soon as possible." The IPO is expected to be the largest initial public offering ever. The Saudi oil company is valued at somewhere between $1.5 trillion and $2 trillion. 

Shares of Alphabet (GOOGL - Get Report) trimmed their earlier gains from the day as a group of 40 state attorneys general plan to announce an antitrust investigation into the tech giant on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court Monday. 

This comes on the back of another antitrust investigation into Facebook  (FB - Get Report) that was also launched by attorneys general last week. 

On the S&P the Energy sector rose nearly 2% as Brent crude and West Texas crude price also gained 2% and 2.7% respectively while the health sector declined 1.11% collectively. 

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