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MIDEAST STOCKS - Factors to watch - May 14

DUBAI May 14 Here are some factors that may affect Middle East stock markets on Sunday. Reuters has not verified the press reports and does not vouch for their accuracy.

INTERNATIONAL/REGIONAL

* GLOBAL MARKETS-Europe, emerging markets boost stocks; U.S. assets fall on data

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Oil price lifts some Gulf stocks, mixed earnings hit Saudi index

* Oil up slightly, low U.S. inventories weigh on high rig counts

* PRECIOUS-Gold firm as U.S. political concerns lend support

* U.S. nears $100 bln arms deal for Saudi Arabia -White House official

* U.S.-backed Syrian forces await weapons for summer assault on Raqqa

* Way forward for Libya uncertain despite "breakthrough" meeting

* Trump to back Palestinian "self-determination" on Mideast trip -aide

* S&P cuts Oman debt to junk as cheap oil shrinks external reserves

* Turkish March current account deficit $3.057 billion, less than forecast

* ANALYSIS-Lebanon pushed to brink in election law stand-off

* Jittery oil traders shore up against OPEC disappointment

* OPEC sees more oil supply outside the group, countering its cuts

* Mattis tells Turkey's PM: US committed to your security

* COLUMN-Oil bulls draw hope from fall in U.S. crude stocks: Kemp

* Turkey says Russian wheat imports resumed on Monday

* Southern Yemen leaders launch body seeking split from north

* Turkmenistan expected to join OPEC-led oil supply cut

* Hezbollah says future war would be on Israeli territory

* U.S. tells Turkey it supports Ankara's fight against PKK

* Assad says de-escalation zones chance for rebels to "reconcile"

* Erdogan sees "new beginning" in Turkish-U.S. ties despite Kurdish arms move

* Turkish banks to see lower interest margins, profits, banking chairman

* Turkish deputy pm says sees single-digit inflation, interest rates by year-end

* CEO of Algeria's Sonatrach urges simplifying business, focus on output

* Thousands of Tunisians march against corruption amnesty law

* Iran's Rouhani lashes out at hardliners in blistering final debate before vote

* INTERVIEW-Palestinian officials hope to launch e-currency in 5 years

EGYPT

* IMF reaches staff level agreement for second loan instalment to Egypt

* BRIEF-S&P says Egypt 'B-/B' sovereign ratings affirmed; outlook stable

* Egypt starts weaning itself off foreign gas as output surges

* Egypt to announce results of gold mining exploration bid next week

* Egypt expects to receive Iraqi crude in mid-May

SAUDI ARABIA

* Saudi Aramco close to choosing partner for project management JV -sources

* Higher oil price allowed Saudi Arabia to stop selling foreign assets in Q1

* JPMorgan to add bankers in Saudi Arabia to reflect market growth

* ANALYSIS-Skirmishes over culture strain alliance between Saudi rulers, clerics

* Saudi Electricity in market for US$1bn loan

* Saudi's Al Borg Medical agrees to buy Anglo Arabian's lab business - sources

* Saudi Arabia says financed deficit from current account in Q1

* Saudi Arabia's says fiscal deficit for Q1 down 71 pct y/y

* Saudi's Savola Q1 profit tumbles on lower sales, lower margins

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

* ANALYSIS-New Etihad boss to rethink strategy after Alitalia dream fails

* U.S. $2 bln sale of missiles to Emirates approved- Pentagon

* Fund led by Dubai billionaire Alabbar buys UAE website JadoPado

* Emirates profit falls for first time in 5 years

* UAE's TAQA swings to Q1 profit on higher commodity prices

* UAE’s Dana Gas begins refinancing talks on $700 mln sukuk

QATAR

* BRIEF-Qatar Investment Authority cuts stake in China's AgBank - HKEx filing

* Qatar Islamic Bank mandates banks for dollar sukuk - lead

BAHRAIN

* BRIEF-Bahrain Kuwait Insurance offers 95 fils/share for Takaful International acquisition

KUWAIT

* BRIEF-Kuwait's Agility Q1 profit rises

OMAN

* BRIEF-S&P says Sultanate of Oman ratings lowered to 'BB+/B' on weaker external buffers (Reporting By Dubai Newsroom)

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