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


* GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian markets extend gains as sentiment improves on outlook  

* Oil prices rise as producers commit to output restraint  

* MIDEAST STOCKS-UAE markets lead gains, Saudi Arabia declines  

* PRECIOUS-Silver drops from 8-year peak as stellar rally loses steam  

* Middle East Crude-Benchmarks rise; CPC buys U.S. crude 



* Egypt's GASC seeks wheat in tender for shipment March 15-30 

* Egypt remittances from workers abroad up 11.9% y-o-y in Jan-Nov 2020 



* Saudi Exchange Says Foreigners Buy A Net 1.91 Bln Riyals Of Stocks In January  

* Clariant chairman to go in compromise deal with SABIC  

* Saudi December M3 Money Supply Up 8.3% Y/Y - SAMA  

* Saudi Venture Capital Firm STV Co-Leading $20 Mln Investment Round In Foodics  



* Biden to keep tariffs on aluminum imports from UAE, reversing Trump  

* Petrofac Issues 300 Mln STG In Commercial Paper Under CCFF 

* Dubai's DAE Prices $300 Mln 1.625% Notes Due 2024 

* UAE utilities firm Utico says in talks to IPO on Dubai bourse 

* Gulf Marine Services Improved Terms For Debt Structure Extended 

* CBUAE Issues New Consumer Protection Regulation 

* DXB Entertainments Receives Bond Certificate Conversion Notice From Meraas 


* Qatar plans investor meetings, may issue bonds after - sources 



* BP sells 20% stake in Oman gas development to Thailand's PTTEP 



* KAMCO Investment Renews Agreement To Increase Credit Facility Limit 

* Kuwait Petroleum seeks LNG cargo for February delivery -sources 

(Compiled by Dubai newsroom) ((