14 de octubre de 2015 / 3:16 / en 2 años

MIDEAST STOCKS - Factors to watch - Oct 14

DUBAI, Oct 14 (Reuters) - Here are some factors that may affect Middle East stock markets on Wednesday. Reuters has not verified the press reports and does not vouch for their accuracy.


* GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares slip, taking cues from Wall Street

* Oil extends fall on renewed worries over supply surplus

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Gulf slips slightly on oil; Egypt outperforms

* Gold near 3-month high on hopes of delay in Fed rate hike

* Venezuela says eight non-OPEC nations invited to Vienna meeting

* Kerry to visit Mideast in bid to calm Palestinian-Israeli tensions

* Syrian army, allies preparing attack in Aleppo area -sources

* U.S. to raise Iranian missile test at UN Security Council

* Houthi leader urges all followers to join fight against Arab coalition

* Washington Post reporter held in Iran angry, depressed, brother says

* Iraq using info from new intelligence centre to bomb Islamic State -official

* Iran parliament approves nuclear deal bill in victory for Rouhani

* Tunisia struggles to reform in face of protests

* India pays second tranche of $700 mln to Iran - sources

* Oil glut to persist as global demand growth slows - IEA

* Iraq’s Basra crude exports to drop in Nov to 2.8 mln bpd - sources


* Egypt economy grew 4.1 pct in fiscal 2014-15 - minister

* Egypt’s FIHC buys 9,000 T sunflower oil, 45,000 T soyoil in tender

* Egypt tenders to buy up to 465,000 tonnes of butane

* Egyptian pound steady at dollar sale, weaker on parallel market

* In Egypt, elections look set to cement return to the past

* Emaar Misr says Alabbar now executive chairman

* Egypt’s Suez Canal revenue rises to $462.1 million in August


* Saudi Arabia says to import 3.5 mln tonnes wheat in 2016

* Jubeir says Saudi sees no future for Bashar in Syria

* Despite fanfare, France’s Valls leaves Saudi with few deals

* Saudi brings forward state spending deadline in budget clampdown

* Saudi shipper Bahri Q3 net profit rises 501 pct

* UK’s Cameron to press Saudi Arabia over Briton facing 350 lashes

* Saudi starts oil supplies to Poland, in set-back for Russia

* Total says it, Aramco remain interested in Saudi petrochemicals expansion

* Saudi offers of extra oil in Asia fail to lure interest in cutthroat market

* Saudi’s Al Rajhi Bank Q3 profit rises on lower expenses

* Saudi’s Arab National Bank posts 2.2 pct rise in Q3 profit


* UAE, Germany plan talks over Air Berlin-Etihad code share

* Dubai names Harbin, ACWA preferred bidders for $1.8 bln clean coal plant

* Iran boosts oil trade via UAE ahead of sanctions relief

* Dubai’s Sunrise Properties raises $140 mln in Islamic loan deal

* UAE’s Etihad Airways signs $700 mln IT deal with IBM

* Abu Dhabi property prices steady despite weak demand - JLL

* UAE bank liquidity is still good -Mashreq CEO


* Kuwait says experts’ meeting to discuss Venezuela oil band idea

* Fluor awarded Kuwait’s Al-Zour contracts

* Kuwait’s NBK Q3 profit rises on higher interest income


* Qatar Islamic Bank beats forecasts with 27 pct Q3 profit jump

* ACS hikes stake in Germany’s Hochtief as Qatar cashes out

* Qatar trims al-Shaheen crude exports in Oct due to outage -sources


* Oman’s Bank Dhofar posts 9.6 pct rise in Q3 net profit

* Bank Muscat Q3 net profit rises 15 pct

* Oman’s Raysut Cement Q3 net profit falls 8.5 pct (Compiled by Dubai newsroom)

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