|24 November, 2019

Mideast Stocks - Factors to watch on November 24

Financials hit most of Gulf, Egypt continues to slide

A trader works at the Egyptian stock exchange in Cairo, Egypt September 20, 2018.

A trader works at the Egyptian stock exchange in Cairo, Egypt September 20, 2018.

REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

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.


* GLOBAL MARKETS- Dollar, global shares gain on Xi, Trump remarks

* UPDATE 8-Oil pulls back from 2-month highs on China trade worries 

* MIDEAST STOCKS- Financials hit most of Gulf, Egypt continues to slide 

* PRECIOUS- Gold pares gains as strong U.S. data lifts dollar, yields

* U.S. and France vie to bolster Gulf security after Saudi oil attack 

* South Africa blocks arms sales to Saudi and UAE in inspection row 

* OPEC+ likely to extend oil supply cuts until June - sources 

* Pence visits U.S. troops in Iraq, holds call with prime minister 

* Turkish consumer confidence rises to 59.9 points in November

* Iraq's Al Wiaam Financial Investment 9-Month Loss Widens

* Iraq's United Bank For Investment Posts 912.2 Mln Dinars income In Q3

* Syria Gulf Bank Q3 Loss Widens 

* Lebanese bonds rally as parliament session called, Trump assures of support 

* Qatar says played role in release of professors held in Afghanistan 

* Iran begins reconnecting internet after shutdown over protests 

* U.S. warns Egypt against Russia warplanes deal, says working with Cairo on defense needs

* Jordan won't impose new taxes in new 2020 budget -finance minister

* Morocco issued first international bond in five years on Thursday-statement 

* Turkish bankers concerned by drop in key central bank account 

* Iran asks Russia to provide $2 bln loan for power plants, railroads - Russian energy minister

* Iran warns regional states of consequences if they stoked unrest 


* Egypt signs $430-million natgas deal at investment forum 

* Egypt to send its first communication satellite into orbit on Friday 

* Egyptian Financial And Industrial To Study Merger With Suez Co For Fertilizer Production 


* UPDATE 4-Aramco IPO: It's a thanks, but no thanks from Malaysia's Petronas 

* UPDATE 3-Saudi Aramco order book reaches 73 billion riyals so far - Samba 

* Saudi's Al Samaani Board Proposes Capital Increase Through Bonus Shares 

* Saudi's Alinma Bank Appoints Abdulmalik Abdullah Alhogail As Chairman 


* UAE in weapons making push as allies restrict sales 

* Emirates' Clark says Rolls-Royce needs to sort itself out after engine delays

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* Abu Dhabi's EWEC Receives Bids For Its 2-Gigawatt Solar Photovoltaic Project In Al-Dhafrah Region 

* Emirates NBD raises $1.76 bln in an oversubscribed rights issue 

* Norway's Equinor ships rare cargo low-sulphur fuel oil to UAE before IMO2020 - sources 

* DEWA selects consortium for solar park project - Dubai media office

* Strata Signs Strategic 10-Year Contract With Malaysia’S CTRM 

* Wahat Al Zaweya Holding Says Royal Majestic Investment Increases Stake To 48.49% 


* Moody's: Kuwait govt resignation weakens reform prospects 

* National Bank of Kuwait sells $750 mln of perpetual bonds 

* KAMCO Investment Says CMA Approves Merger Between Co And Unit Global 


* Investcorp Acquires Two Industrial And Logistics Real Estate Portfolios For $800 Mln 

* Bahrain's GFH Says A Disputed Real Estate Project With Counterparty Resolved 

(Reporting by Dubai Newsroom) ((dubai.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com))

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