DUBAI: Here are some factors that may affect Middle East stock markets on Sunday. Reuters has not verified the press reports and does not vouch for their accuracy.


* GLOBAL MARKETS-Global stocks fall, U.S. dollar climbs on inflation worries - Reuters News 

* Oil prices rebound, edge up ahead of next week's OPEC meeting 

* PRECIOUS-Gold hits over one-week low as dollar rallies on inflation data 

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Major Gulf bourses end mixed; Egypt outperforms 

* Saudi-Lebanon diplomatic crisis worsens as envoy expelled, imports banned 

* Biden pushes G20 energy producing countries to boost production 

* OPEC+ expected to stay the course on oil output plans 

* King Salman says Saudis will keep supporting energy markets' stability, balance 




* Egypt's central bank keeps key interest rates unchanged -statement 

* Telecom Egypt Forecasts Higher Margins And Improved Cash Flows In 2022 


* INTERVIEW-Crisis with Lebanon rooted in Hezbollah dominance - Saudi minister 

* Saudi to bid to host Expo 2030 world fair 

* PREVIEW-Saudi Arabia may raise light crude prices to Asia in Dec 

* Saudi Arabia in talks with automakers on plant plans, minister says 

* EIG shortlisted as possible buyer for Aramco gas pipelines - sources 

* Saudi Arabia is carmaker Lucid's No.2 market for pre-orders, says CEO 



* GlobalFoundries shares open flat on Nasdaq debut, valuing chipmaker at $26 bln 

* Board of Dubai's DAMAC backs founder's takeover, delisting bid 




* EXCLUSIVE-Major gas supplier Qatar Energy plans 'green' bonds -sources 

* MEDIA-Qatar invests in Pakistan’s next LNG import terminal - Bloomberg News 



* GFH Financial Signs To Acquire Luxury High-Rise In Baltimore 

(Compiled by Dubai newsroom) ((