DUBAI - Here are some factors that may affect Middle East stock markets on Thursday. Reuters has not verified the press reports and does not vouch for their accuracy.


* GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks rise as Fed tapers without the tantrum, BoE up next 

* Oil slips further as Iran nuclear talks set to resume 

* PRECIOUS-Gold rebounds as dollar dips after Fed unveils taper plan 

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Dubai stocks at 3-year high on bourse expansion plan 

* Talks on reviving 2015 Iran nuclear deal to resume Nov. 29

* Saudi, UAE join foreign pressure to overturn Sudan's coup 

* ANALYSIS -Ramping up rates: Emerging central banks feel inflation pain 

* Turkish inflation climbs to near 20% amid rate cuts

* With shale subdued, Saudi, Russia become more comfortable with oil rally 



* Egypt's GASC buys 15,000 T of sunflower oil in tender 

* Egypt's net foreign reserves rise to $40.849 billion in October 



* Saudi approves Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for age group 5-11 

* SRC looks to issue debut dollar bonds in first quarter of 2022, CEO says

* Saudi Arabia's CMA approves listing of bourse's shares



* U.S. bank Moelis hired to advise on IPO of Dubai utility DEWA - sources 

* UAE, IRENA launch global platform to accelerate renewable energy projects -WAM 

* UAE's Agthia expects to have about $270 mln for M&A in 2022, CEO says 

* Abu Dhabi's Aldar Properties Q3 net profit rises 11%



* BRIEF-IPA Qatar, Qatar Stock Exchange Partner To Bolster Market Attractiveness For Foreign Investment 


(Compiled by Dubai newsroom) ((