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 reach 3-month peaks, resilient to U.S. riots

* Oil prices slip as wary traders eye upcoming OPEC+ meeting 

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Saudi gains as lockdown eases; Egyptian blue chips advance 

* PRECIOUS-Gold climbs as U.S. riots spark safe-haven rush 

* Saudi central bank net foreign assets drop by about $20 bln in April 

* Dubai faces 5.5% recession this year as $10 bln debt repayments loom, BofA says 

* Russia has no objection to earlier OPEC+ meeting -sources

* Abu Dhabi announces one week-ban on traffic to and between its main cities, from June 2 

* Two Iranian tankers sail back after delivering fuel to Venezuela -data

* Lebanon must turn reform ideas into reality, U.S. ambassador says 



* Egypt's M2 money supply accelerates to 15.62% Y/Y in April 



* Saudi Arabia reopens mosques with strict regulations for worshippers

* Saudi Aramco sets June propane price at $350 a tonne, butane at $330 a tonne - document 

* Natixis opens investment banking office in Saudi Arabia 

* Arabian Centres Updates On Partial And Temporary Closure Of Shopping Centres 



* Emirates airline lays off trainee pilots, cabin crew - sources 

* Abu Dhabi Development Fund announces $272 mln support for companies in essential sectors 

* Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank's CEO resigns after about one year in the role 

* MEDIA-UAE Emirate of Sharjah hires banks for $1 bln Sukuk sale - Bloomberg News



* Qatar Airways And UNHCR Establish Partnership To Deliver Vital International Aid Supplies 

* Aamal Joins MSCI Qatar Small Cap Index 



* Kuwait's KIPCO FY Profit Rises 



* Al Salam Bank Bahrain Launches Virtual Branch To Expand Banking Channels 



* Oman's Al Izz Islamic Bank Posts Q1 Loss 

(Compiled by Dubai newsroom) ((