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-Stocks fall further as U.S. yield climb unnerves investors 

* Oil resumes climb on renewed risk appetite, tight OPEC supply 

* PRECIOUS-Gold muted ahead of key U.S. inflation data 

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Most Gulf bourses gain; Abu Dhabi extends losses 

* Qatar, Saudi Arabia halt WTO efforts to resolve piracy broadcast dispute 



* Egypt's headline inflation increases slightly to 5.9% in Dec 

* Egypt cenbank approves rules for providing emergency liquidity to banks 

* BP, Eni win Egyptian offshore gas exploration concession -executive 



* EIG-led investors in Aramco oil pipelines hire banks for dual-tranche bonds 

* Saudi National Bank plans inaugural 'sustainable' sukuk 

* Al-Jouf Healthy Water Bottling Intends To List Shares On Parallel Market - Adviser

* Fawaz Abdulaziz Alhokair Board Amends Recommendation Related To Reduction Of Capital



* At least two N.Asian refiners to receive full Saudi crude allocation in February -sources 

* Abu Dhabi solar firm Sweihan aims to raise over $700 mln with green bond issue 

* Silal Appoints Salmeen Obaid Alameri As CEO - Abu Dhabi Media Office 

* DXB Receives Over 24 Mln International Passengers During 11 Months Of 2021 

* ADX Partners With FTSE Russell To Launch FTSE ADX Index Series 



* National Biscuit Industries H1 Income Falls 



* Kuwait cuts Feb crude prices for Asia -document

* Kuwait's KGOC signs MOU with Saudi chevron to export surplus gas from Wafra joint operations area - Kuwaiti state news agency 

* Kuwait to build a new airport in the northern area -state news agency 

(Compiled by Dubai newsroom) ((