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MIDEAST STOCKS – Factors to watch – September 12

DUBAI, Sept 12 (Reuters) – 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-Asia shares hit 10-year high on Irma, N.Korea relief

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Real estate exhibition boosts Dubai developers

* Oil prices dip as traders assess U.S. hurricane impact

* PRECIOUS-Gold eases as risk appetite grows, equities strengthen

* EXCLUSIVE-Trump to weigh more aggressive U.S. strategy on Iran -sources

* “Made in Britain, dropped on children” – film seeks end to UK arms sales to Yemen war

* Saudi Arabia says foils Islamic State bomb, foreign spying plots

* Iraq halts plan to switch Asian oil pricing in Jan -letter

* Saudi clerics detained in apparent bid to silence dissent

* Russia, Jordan agree to speed de-escalation zone in south Syria

* Saudi, UAE agree extension of oil cuts may be considered -statement


* Egypt may send French wheat to prosecutor as trade risks grow

* Egypt’s Q4 2016-17 current account deficit narrows by 50 percent -central bank

* INTERVIEW-Egypt’s new stock exchange chief wants to invigorate markets in 6 months

* Yields fall on Egypt’s five-, 10-year T-bonds

* High-speed 4G mobile internet to come into effect in Egypt this month -minister

* Egypt’s stock exchange to reduce trading halt time to 15 mins


* Abu Dhabi sheikh seeks to sell Qatar tower amid regional rift-sources

* Dubai’s Union Properties may issue sukuk to back MotorCity project

* BUZZ-Abu Dhabi National Insurance up on possible stake sale


* Kuwait says stock market offering for first PPP project in Q1 2018


* MIDEAST DEBT-Bahrain expected to offer premiums to issue multi-tranche bond


* TABLE-Oman inflation edges up to 1.0 percent in August (Compiled by Dubai newsroom)