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 MARKET-Asian stocks slip as global rally skids on inflation fears 

* Oil prices jump more than $1 on slow U.S. output restart 

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Qatar index leads most of Gulf lower; Egypt rises 

* PRECIOUS-Gold scales 1-week peak as dollar falters, yields ease 

* EXCLUSIVE-U.S. plays down Iran rhetoric, waits to see if Tehran resumes talks 

* U.S. voices outrage over rocket attacks in Iraq but will not 'lash out' 

* Bank of Israel holds key rate at 0.1%, concerned over new COVID-19 variants 

* Black market trade slows as Sudanese try banks after devaluation 

* Turkcell could list or sell stake in units 



* Egypt's sovereign fund looks at franchisers as it markets petrol stations 

* Egyptair grounds four Boeing 777-200 planes - statement 



* Russia, Saudi Arabia at odds over output deal ahead of OPEC+ meeting -RIA cites source 

* Saudi Arabia to import 355,000 tonnes of wheat from Saudi-owned farms  

* Saudi defence firm SAMI targets $5 bln annual revenue by 2030  



* UAE and Qatar hold first meeting since Gulf detente 

* UAE announces $2 bln in defence contracts, confirms Saab GlobalEye deal  

* BRIEF-UAE's Etisalat Proposes H2 Final Dividends 



* MEDIA-Qatar Airways tells axed pilots to apply for return to work - Sky News  

* Qatar's Commercial Bank hires banks for AT1 bonds - document 



* Kuwait to close land, sea border crossings from Wednesday - cabinet  

* Kuwait's Jazeera Airways considering 13 jet order, chairman says 

* Kuwait requests ability to withdraw from sovereign wealth fund 



* BRIEF-Ahli United Bank Q4 Profit Falls  

* BRIEF-Investcorp Acquires Data Analytics, Technology and Digital Transformation Firm KSM Consulting  



* Oman suspends entry for arrivals from 10 countries including Sudan, Lebanon- state media  

(Compiled by Dubai newsroom) ((