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MIDEAST STOCKS - Factors to watch - June 20
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MIDEAST STOCKS - Factors to watch - June 20

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DUBAI, June 20 (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.

International/Regional

* GLOBAL MARKETS-Nikkei nears two-year high as U.S. hi-tech rebound boosts mood

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Saudi surges before MSCI decision, UAE's Tabreed soars on Engie buy

* Oil prices hold near 7-mth lows, glut keeps dragging

* PRECIOUS-Gold inches higher after 5-wk low as dollar gains on rate hike views

* MIDEAST DEBT-Banks weigh possible exit plans from Qatari loans, bonds

* Middle East Crude-Benchmarks edge up, but discounts for spot cargoes widen

* ANALYSIS-By keeping U.S. focus on Islamic State, Trump risks wider Syria war

* Egyptian, Abu Dhabi leaders, eying Qatar, discuss terrorism funding, role of media

* UNHCR wins nod to use Islamic alms to aid Middle East refugees

* Morocco trade deficit widens 13.1 pct in first five months - agency

* New assertive generation of Gulf leaders at heart of Qatar rift

Egypt

* Egypt's parliament raises minimum income tax threshold

* Yields on Egypt's 5-year and 10-year T-bonds fall at auction -cenbank

* Egypt's supply ministry says strategic reserves of wheat at 4.4 mln tonnes

Saudi Arabia

* Saudi's Fawaz Alhokair agrees new terms with holders of 500 mln riyals sukuk

* Saudi Arabia oil exports fall to 7 mln bpd in April - JODI

* Oil market fundamentals heading in right direction-Saudi's Falih

United Arab Emirates

* UAE President restructures board of Abu Dhabi Investment Authority's - WAM

* Abu Dhabi fund takes 5 percent stake in Dana Gas

* Dubai Aerospace to issue up to $2 bln bond for AWAS acquisition - sources

* UAE's Gargash says Qatar isolation could last for years

* France's Engie to buy 40 pct stake in UAE's Tabreed

* UAE's Dana Gas invites sukuk holders to a call to discuss sukuk's "unlawfulness"

Qatar

* Qatar says it will not negotiate unless neighbours lift "blockade"

* Qatar Airways CEO sees no need for Boeing mid-market jet

* Qatar Airways firms up order for 20 737 jets, further options dependent on Italy, India

* Qatar government prepared to support banks if deposits withdrawn -exec

* Qatar Airways to ask U.S. for airport audit to combat laptop ban

* TABLE-Qatar's May trade surplus jumps 42 pct y/y as gas exports climb

* Qatar Financial Centre says it plans no reprisals over sanctions

Oman

* ‍Fitch revises Oman's outlook to negative (Compiled by Dubai Newsroom)

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