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


* GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares try to stabilise, China growth a worry 

* Oil prices slide on worries over China economy and higher crude output 

* PRECIOUS-Gold dips as dollar holds ground; U.S. jobs data in focus 

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Abu Dhabi hits record high, Saudi bourse up on banks 

* U.S., Britain believe Iran attacked Israeli-managed tanker off Oman

* Tunisian president says in contact with 'friendly countries' to cut deficit 

* Anger over Tunisia's pandemic failures fuels political crisis 

* Egypt, Algeria agree on full support for Tunisian president - statement 

* Haniyeh re-elected as chief of Palestinian Islamist group Hamas

* Syria's Assad asks PM Arnous to form new cabinet

* Syrian army steps up offensive in restive southern city 

* Three dead in ambush on Shi'ite mourners south of Beirut, security sources say 

* Israeli cabinet starts first state budget debate in three years 

* Israel's Bank Hapoalim to pay dividend after regulator nod 



* Egypt's stock exchange to lift limit on share price moves to 20% from September 

* Egypt's M2 money supply up 18.1 pct year-on-year in June -central bank 



* Saudi lender Al Rajhi reports 48% rise in Q2 net income



* UAE's ADNOC sets Sept Murban crude price at $73.50/bbl 



* Kuwait Ports plans region's first city for electric car makers 

(Compiled by Dubai newsroom) ((