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MIDEAST - Factors to watch - November 19

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MIDEAST - Factors to watch - November 19

Post  GirlBye on Mon Nov 19, 2018 4:16 pm

DUBAI, Nov 19 (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 


INTERNATIONAL/REGIONAL:

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Saudi hits one-month low on negative sentiment, Qatar Fuel rebounds
* Oil prices climb amid expected OPEC cut, but markets remain wary
* PRECIOUS-Gold prices hold steady amid subdued dollar
* Yemen's Houthis halt missile attacks on Saudi coalition
* Syrian army advances against Islamic State in southeastern desert
* Trump does not want to hear tape of 'vicious' Khashoggi murder
* Trump calls CIA assessment of Khashoggi murder premature but possible
* Rouhani sees Iran, Iraq expanding trade despite US sanctions
* Turkey says U.S. support for Syrian Kurdish YPG a "big mistake"
* Jordan's parliament passes IMF-backed tax law to reduce public debt
* Turkey releases eight detained in probe of prominent rights activist -lawyers
* Car bomb blast kills five in Iraq'sTikrit - police, medics
* GCC summit offers hope to end dispute -Kuwaiti minister



EGYPT
* Egypt and Ethiopia to discuss Nile dam dispute - PM
* Remittances from Egyptians abroad rise 20.4 pct y/y in September - c.bank
* Egypt'sPioneers Holding makes bid for Electro Cable Egypt
* Global Telecom Shareholders Authorize Extension Of Maturity Of $100 Mln Credit Facility
* Copts inaugurate renovated St. Mark's Cathedral in Cairo



SAUDI ARABIA
* Saudi Arabia defies US pressure to end Qatar row after Khashoggi killing
* Saudi Exchange Reports 374.5 Mln Riyals In Foreigners Net Sales Last Week
* Saudi ambassador denies telling Khashoggi to go to Turkey



UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
* DP World chairman says trade tensions will make 2019 challenging
* Emirates NBD postpones bond issue due to market conditions - sources
* Aldar Properties profit drops 30 pct, hit by higher costs
* Dubai Aerospace signs $720 mln revolving credit facility



QATAR
* TABLE-Qatar inflation turns negative in October
* Qatar sells Jan-loading al Shaheen crude at lowest average premium in 8 months - sources



KUWAIT
* Kuwait Oil Co in $1.3 bln deal to import drilling towers- al-Anba newspaper



BAHRAIN
* Bahrain signs a $912 mln deal with U.S. Bell Helicopter


OMAN
* Oman's Sembcorp Salalah Appoints Humaid Salim Al Amri As CEO




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