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 shares jump, yields rise as Fed readies corp bond buying 

* Oil prices drop as rise in coronavirus cases stokes fuel demand fears 

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Major Gulf stocks retreat, tracking oil prices and global equities 

* PRECIOUS-Gold gains after U.S. Fed ramps up support measures 

* U.S. Treasuries saw second month of heavy foreign selling in April 

* Defying Trump, Iran aims to keep offloading gasoline glut to Venezuela 

* France wants talks about 'aggressive' Turkish role in Libya 

* EXCLUSIVE-Israel builds new Jerusalem road that will link settlements as government weighs West Bank annexation 

* Dollars trade at 4300-4500 Lebanese pounds after pledge of market intervention 

* Iraq cuts July Basra crude allocation to Asian buyers, sources say 



* Saudi Aramco cuts July crude supplies to at least 5 buyers in Asia -sources 

* Islamic Development Bank hires banks for dollar sukuk - document 

* Saudi-led coalition cut from U.N. blacklist of warring parties killing children 

* Saudi Arabia's SAGO buys 1.08 mln T of barley 



* UAE confident that OPEC+ laggards will meet oil cut commitments 

* Sharjah Islamic Bank hires banks for dollar sukuk, document shows

* First Abu Dhabi Bank sells 1.4 bln Chinese yuan in 5-yr Formosa bonds - document

* UAE's Invest Bank reports $601.7 mln accumulated losses at end-2019

* UAE citizens, residents are allowed to travel as of June 23 -WAM

* Abu Dhabi extends movement ban for additional week



* Qatar Airways to lay off some pilots, cut wages

* Soccer-Qatar dedicates new stadium to COVID-19 frontline workers

(Compiled by Dubai newsroom) ((