MIDEAST STOCKS - Factors to watch - Dec 5

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

  
Traders work at the Egyptian stock exchange in Cairo

Traders work at the Egyptian stock exchange in Cairo

Reuters/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
Dec 5 (Reuters) - 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.

INTERNATIONAL/REGIONAL

* GLOBAL MARKETS-Euro under the gun, shares hit after Italy votes 'no' on reform

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Saudi shares up in volatile session, Dubai outperforms

* Oil prices fall as production creeps up ahead of announced 2017 output cut

* Rebels tell U.S. they won't leave Aleppo; army sees operation over in weeks

* Islamic State strikes back to slow Iraqi forces in Mosul

* Netanyahu to discuss 'bad' Iran deal with Trump, Kerry stresses settlements

* ANALYSIS-Syrian rebels weakened in Aleppo battle by their own divisions

* Turkish tenders in lira, Erdogan says in attempt to boost currency

* Iran vows 'firm response' unless Obama stops sanctions renewal

* Iran's Rouhani proposes budget rise as Trump election threatens growth

* Syrian rebel commander in Aleppo seriously wounded, rebels say

* Turkey wants trade with China, Russia and Iran in local currencies, Erdogan says

* Israel's Hapoalim sells Miami private banking portfolio to Safra

* Palestinian President Abbas gets boost in Fatah congress vote



EGYPT

* Egypt's long-awaited investment law to go before cabinet shortly

* Egyptian billionaire Sawiris in surprise exit as Orascom CEO

* General Company for Silos and Storage appoints Kamal Abdel Hameed Hashem as interim chairman

* Medinet Nasr records EGP 1.1 bln sales for November

* Yields rise on Egypt's three, nine-month t-bills in weekly auction

* Obour Land for Food Industries gets approval for public offering of common stock

* Egyptian Tourah Portland Cement clarifies media reports on production shut down

* Egypt's Banque Misr seeks central bank-guaranteed syndicated loan -sources

* Egypt sharply increases customs duties as it seeks to curb imports

* Middle East Glass Manufacturing Q3 consol profit falls

* Egyptian Exchange resumes trading on OTMT shares

* Egyptian Exchange suspends trading on Delta Sugar shares

* Egypt sharply increases customs duties as it seeks to curb imports

* Naeem Holding for Investments gets regulator nod for dual listing on Abu Dhabi bourse

* National Drilling nine-month net loss narrows

* Remco Tourism says Stella Di Mare II project to generate EGP 5 bln in sales

* Commercial International Bank Egypt sells CI Capital for EGP 683.4 mln

* OTMT announces termination of unit ORABANK in North Korea



SAUDI ARABIA

* Saudi, Kuwait expect to restart Neutral Zone oilfields soon -sources

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

* Abu Dhabi revamps boards of its state airport and tourism entities



KUWAIT

* Saudi, Kuwait expect to restart Neutral Zone oilfields soon -sources

* Kuwait Energy aiming to close RBL loan of up to $100 mln by year-end - sources

* Kuwait oil output slips in Nov, UAE keeps it steady - industry sources



BAHRAIN

* Bahrain foreign assets shrink as c.bank resumes publishing monetary data

* British PM heads to Bahrain to cement Gulf ties before Brexit



OMAN

* Oman says to attend non-OPEC meeting in Vienna this week

* Sohar oil refinery returns to full operations after shutdown -official



(Compiled by Dubai newsroom) ((dubai.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com;))






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