Mideast Stocks: Factors to watch on September 1

Asian stocks edge up after strong China manufacturing survey


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


* GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian stocks edge up after strong China manufacturing survey 

* Oil prices rise on falling U.S. dollar

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Major Gulf markets decline as financial shares weigh 

* PRECIOUS-Gold rises to two-week high as dollar stumbles 

* Israeli, U.S. officials land in UAE, Kushner urges Palestinians to negotiate 

* Israel, Hamas agree to restore calm along Gaza border 

* Macron reassures protesters after meeting Lebanon's symbol of unity, singer Fairouz

* U.S. isolated as it vetoes U.N. resolution on foreign militants 

* Syria says two killed, seven wounded in Israeli missile attack 

* Iraq seeks to speed up petrochem complex to diversify income 


* Egypt signs $2 bln loan with regional, international banks - statement

* Egypt's GASC tendering for vegoils from Egyptian suppliers 


* Grocery retailer BinDawood announces intention to list on Saudi bourse 

* Saudi king sacks two royals under defence corruption probe 


* Dubai plans comeback to debt markets amid sharp economic downturn 

* Tight security, and an Arabic greeting, on first Israel-UAE flight 

* UAE tells World Court Qatar cannot invoke anti-bias treaty in blockade row

* Emirates airline got $2 bln injection from Dubai govt -document

* Three killed, several hurt in two UAE restaurant blasts

* UAE'S ADNOC cuts October crude oil term supplies by 30% in surprise move

* UAE's ADNOC board of directors approves al-Hashimi as CFO - statement

* Netanyahu says he invited UAE delegation to Israel

* Abu Dhabi crown prince says committed to Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital


* Kuwait prime minister told cabinet emir's health situation is in improvement - tweet


* Qatar's Ahli Bank hires banks for 5-yr dollar bonds - document


* Oman crude OSP rises to $44.32/bbl for October - DME data

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

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