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-Stocks try to shake off second wave virus fears 

* Oil edges up on tighter supply, but demand worries limit gains 

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Banks weigh on UAE bourses, blue-chips hurt Egypt 

* PRECIOUS-Gold hits 1-month peak as rising virus fears boost demand 




* Egyptian high-school pupils, masked and gloved, head into exams 

* Egypt buys 59,000 tonnes of soyoil in local tender -trade 

* Egypt receives offers in vegetable oils tender -trade 



* Lazurde Company For Jewelry Posts Qtrly Loss

* Saudi Cable Qtrly Loss Widens

* STV leads funding for Saudi educational tech firm

* Saudi Arabia to launch $4 bln tourism development fund

* Saudi miner Ma'aden reschedules phosphate subsidiary's debt

* Saudi property financing firm Amlak says sets price range for IPO



* Dubai allows foreign tourists to enter from July 7

* Dubai to build floating islands in new beach project

* UAE's Amlak Updates On Negotiation Of Restructuring Terms With Financiers



* Kuwait considers halting automatic 10% transfer to wealth fund, says govt official


(Compiled by Dubai newsroom) ((