| 14 June, 2017

MIDEAST STOCKS - Factors to watch - June 14

Here are some factors that may affect Middle East stock markets on Wednesday.

DUBAI, June 14 (Reuters) - Here are some factors that may affect Middle East stock markets on Wednesday. Reuters has not verified the press reports and does not vouch for their accuracy.


* GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia shares lag record Wall Street, cautious of Fed plans

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Gulf mixed as Qatar falls back, Abu Dhabi's Dana Gas soars

* MIDEAST MONEY-Property, minority holders keep Dubai stocks down despite positives

* Oil prices fall on OPEC output increase, rising U.S. crude stocks

* PRECIOUS-Gold edges higher, all eyes on Fed

* Middle East Crude-Dubai edges up; al-Shaheen tender awaited

* Turkish president says Qatar isolation violates Islamic values

* World Bank approves $500 million loan for Tunisia

* Libya's NOC, Wintershall strike interim deal to resume output

* Lebanese parties agree on electoral law - foreign minister

* Qatar rift with Arab States not affecting U.S. military operations -U.S. official

* EMERGING MARKETS-Russian, Qatar stocks fall; broader emerging markets calm pre-Fed


* Egypt eases restriction on flights from and to Qatar

* Egyptian court suspends food inspection system meant to ease trade

* Steel rebar prices rise in Egypt after import tariffs imposed

* Egypt aims to halve monthly LNG imports this year


* Trump to resume precision munitions deliveries to Saudis -officials

* Fitch Affirms Islamic Development Bank at 'AAA'; Outlook Stable

* Saudi says ready to provide aid to Qatar if needed - Sky News Arabiya

* Saudi Aramco restarts Riyadh refinery after maintenance

* Saudi Arabia says airspace ban on Qatari flights to protect citizens


* UAE says 'no military component' to actions against Qatar -envoy

* UAE's Dana Gas plan to swap 'unlawful' $700 mln sukuk irks creditors

* Dubai's DSI appoints acting CFO-internal memo


* Qatar closes helium plants amid rift with Arab powers

* Qatar Petroleum, Shell sign LNG bunkering agreement - statement

* Hydro CEO says Qatar aluminium exports go as planned despite tensions

(Compiled by Dubai Newsroom)