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MIDEAST STOCKS – Factors to watch – June 22

(Reuters) – Here are some factors that may affect Middle East stock markets on Sunday. Reuters has not verified the press reports and does not vouch of their accuracy.


* GLOBAL MARKETS-Wall St sets records on rates view; dollar rises

* U.S. crude hits nine-month high above $ 107 on short-covering

* Gold drops as S&P rises but posts big weekly gain

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Gulf mixed; UAE mkts rise despite Arabtec weakness

* Iraq militants take Syria border post in drive for caliphate

* Israel accepts 1st delivery of disputed Kurdish pipeline oil

* Iran rejects “excessive demands” in nuclear talks with 6 powers

* Renault seeks financial partner to resume business in Iran

* MIDEAST DEBT-Gulf premium may vanish as views of region shift


* Hundreds of Turkish army officers freed from jail in “coup plot” case

* Iraq risks knocking Turkey’s economic rebalancing off kilter

* Kuveyt Turk sets final price guidance ahead of sukuk issue on Thurs


* Egypt investment minister projects $ 10 bln foreign investment next year

* Egypt upholds death sentence on brotherhood leader, nearly 200 supporters

* Saudi king stops in Cairo to visit Egypt’s Sisi


* Dutch companies hit by Saudi retaliation for Wilders’ anti-Islam campaign – minister

* Saudi’s Al Rajhi Capital to launch first sukuk fund

* Saudi Eelectricity Co says signs $ 13.2 bln interest-free govt loan


* Abraaj group aims for Cairo Medical Center takeover

* Etihad airways denies talks with malaysian airlines over equity stake

* Former CEO of Dubai’s Arabtec says will hold on to stake


* Oman plans refinery maintenance in June for about a month -operator (Compiled by Dubai newsroom)

Reuters: Market News

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