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-Election surprise lifts Nikkei, Fed keeps dollar bid  

* Oil falls after China releases reserves of gasoline, diesel  

* PRECIOUS-Gold slips as robust dollar saps appeal  

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Most Gulf bourses in red; Aramco's Q3 profit surges  

* U.S. says it is in talks with allies on getting Iran to agree to nuclear deal 

* Houthi missile attack on mosque, religious school kills and injures 29 civilians in Yemen - minister 

* Morocco says Algerian decision to end gas supply has 'little impact' - 2M TV 

* Mediation efforts seek 'way forward' in Sudan after anti-coup protests 

* Lebanese minister says no question of resigning over Saudi dispute 

* Egypt to start gas exports to Lebanon end 2021 - CNBC Arabia 



* Saudi deposits $3 bln in Egypt's central bank 

* Egypt's M2 money supply increases 17.2 % year-on-year in September -central bank



* Saudi Arabia appoints advisers on green debt issuance 

* Saudi Arabia posts third quarter budget surplus, first in over two years 

* Saudi PIF chief missed investment summit due to positive COVID-19 test, says Arabiya 

* Saudi Aramco's quarterly profit surges on oil price, volumes 



* Indonesia's sovereign wealth fund, DP World agree on $7.5 bln partnership 

* Emirates Food Industries to partially float on Abu Dhabi exchange - WAM



* Bahrain details fiscal balance plan as zero-deficit target delayed to 2024 

(Compiled by Dubai newsroom) ((