13 de octubre de 2015 / 3:27 / en 2 años

MIDEAST STOCKS - Factors to watch - Oct 13

DUBAI, Oct 13 (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-Asian shares slip from 2-month high, oil regroups after slide

* Oil up on bargain-hunting, but gains capped by stockpile forecast

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Amer Group boosts Egypt; Saudi stalls at chart barrier

* Gold near 3-month high as investors expect US rate hike delay

* U.S. airdrops ammunition to Syria rebels

* Yemen’s Saleh says ready to commit to U.N. peace terms

* U.S. airlines hit Justice Dept hurdle in Gulf trade dispute -sources

* Venezuela calls on OPEC to control output, seeks $70 floor price -Ramirez

* UN says pushing Russia, US for urgent agreement on Syria

* Deep-pocketed institutional funds scaling back emerging markets

* Bumpy road ahead for U.N.-proposed Libya peace deal

* Washington Post says Iran’s conviction of its reporter is ‘contemptible’

* Oil-dependent Saudi, Norway sovereign funds selling European shares-report

* US warns governments, bankers Iran sanctions still in place -sources


* NATO says will help Turkey against Russia if needed

* Turkey cuts growth forecasts as concerns about political stability weigh


* Egypt buys 55 LNG cargoes via tender

* LPC-Egyptian borrowers face challenges raising syndicated loans

* Egyptian court releases two Mubarak sons from prison

* Eni awarded two new exploration licenses offshore Egypt


* Saudis tell Russia its actions in Syria will have “dangerous consequences”

* Saudi state claws back unspent money as finances tighten

* Saudi Arabia to issue 20 bln riyals of bonds next week -Maaal

* Saudi’s Capital Market Authority lifts suspension on Mobily shares


* UAE detention of Iranian teachers prompts diplomatic row


* Kuwait sees no call for policy change as OPEC eyes balanced market

* TABLE-Kuwait Q2 trade surplus tumbles 58 pct y/y

* Kuwait’s KNPC to sign contracts for al-Zour refinery

* Kuwait Petroleum to sign service agreements by end-2015


* Qatar’s QNB says holds preliminary talks to buy Turkey’s Finansbank (Compiled by Dubai newsroom)

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