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-Asia stocks, oil struggle as Omicron worries weigh 

* Oil prices mixed, U.S. crude falls after COVID-19 flight cancellations

* PRECIOUS-Gold steady as weaker U.S. yields counter firmer dollar 

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Most Gulf bourses in red as COVID-19 cases rise 




* Banque Misr Reduces Stake In International Co For Leasing To 11.18% 

* Misr Life Insurance Reduces Stake In International Co For Leasing To 5.66%

* Egyptian Media Production City Sees FY 2022 Profit Of EGP 128.4 Million




* Houthis have fired 430 missiles, 851 drones at Saudi Arabia since 2015 

* Saudi's MIS Updates On MoU With Al Rajhi Capital For Launching Special Investment Fund

* Offering Price Range Of Al-Wasail Industrial Set At SAR 16 – 19 Per Share - Adviser 

* Saudi Oct Oil Exports Value Rises By 123.1% 




* UAE plans to scrap monopolies of some big merchant families - FT

* Ras Al Khaimah Cement Shareholders Approve Issuance Of Mandatory Convertible Bonds Of AED 3.05 Bln



* Kuwait Finance And Investment Signs New Credit Facility Agreement Of 6 Mln Dinars

* Kuwait And Middle East Financial Investment Signs Banking Facility Agreement With A Local Bank 

* Kuwait's Arzan Board Approves Credit Facility Agreement With An Islamic Bank



* Oman sets COVID-19 double jab entry requirement for visitors

* Oman Qatar Insurance Appoints Mohamed Hussain Mohamed Jawad As CFO 



(Compiled by Dubai newsroom) ((