Here are some factors that may affect Middle East stock markets on Sunday. Reuters has not verified the press reports and does not vouch for their accuracy
VLCC MidEast charter rates range-bound in 10-point window - brokers
Investors shunned U.S. equities and high yield bonds in the latest week in favour of European stocks
The Dubai Financial Market General Index closed 0.73% lower at 3,327.13
Intesa provided a EUR5.2 billion ($5.83 billion) loan to Glencore and the Qatar Investment Authority late last year.
OPEC is debating on Thursday whether to include Nigeria in its pact to restrict oil production.
Changes in the global political climate have resulted in increasing uncertainty in trading markets and economies around the world. For investors, this could be either a great time to invest in assets or a better time to protect their net worth.
U.S. President Donald Trump provided no new details on the proposed tax reforms and spending plans in his speech to Congress on this week, and yet, stocks surged to new highs.