Mideast Stocks: Factors to watch on May 30

Qatar shares jump as investors cheer virus restrictions easing

  
An investor is seen at the Dubai International Financial Market, in Dubai, UAE April,16, 2018.

An investor is seen at the Dubai International Financial Market, in Dubai, UAE April,16, 2018.

REUTERS/Satish Kumar

DUBAI - 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.

INTERNATIONAL/REGIONAL

* GLOBAL MARKETS-Equities, dollar gain on rising U.S. inflation 

* Brent ends at two-year high as demand outlook counters supply fears

* PRECIOUS-Gold retakes $1,900/oz level after U.S. inflation ticks up 

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Qatar shares jump as investors cheer virus restrictions easing 

* Saudi-led coalition destroys explosives-laden drone headed for Khamis Mushait -state TV 

* Egypt's foreign minister to meet Israeli counterpart on Sunday 

* Saudi, US foreign ministers discuss regional challenges in phone call - Saudi TV 

* Syria's Assad hails vote, derided by opponents, as re-defining revolution 

* WHO seeks Gaza patient access, evacuations after violence 

EGYPT

* Egyptian court delays hearing in Suez container ship compensation case 

* Egypt's CIRA Board Approves To Acquire 20% Stake In Star Light Educational DMCC 

SAUDI ARABIA

* Saudi Arabia lifts ban from travellers arriving from 11 countries- SPA 

* Philippines lifts ban on workers deploying to Saudi Arabia 

* Obducat Receives Order From KAUST In Saudi Arabia 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

* Abu Dhabi's Mubadala sells $1.5 bln two-tranche bonds 

* RAKBANK Issues An Additional $75 Mln Floating Rate Note 

* ADX Says Shares Of ESG Emirates Stallions Group Will List On Second Market 

QATAR

* Qatar charges migrant activist with taking payment to spread disinformation

KUWAIT

* KNPC completes all units of the clean fuels project -KUNA 

* Combined Group Contracting Posts Q1 Profit 

OMAN

* Oman Arab Bank launches $250 million debut bond deal 

BAHRAIN

* S&P revises Bahrain's outlook to 'negative' on continued fiscal pressures 

* Investcorp Says Michael Fallon Appointed Chairman Of ASIIP 

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


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