MIDEAST STOCKS - Factors to watch - June 11

11 June 2015


DUBAI, June 11 (Reuters) - Here are some factors that may

affect Middle East stock markets on Thursday. Reuters has not

verified the press reports and does not vouch for their

accuracy.

INTERNATIONAL/REGIONAL

* GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia gains as Wall St slide halts, kiwi

tumbles MKTS/GLOB

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Most Gulf markets rise after oil extends

gains ID:nL5N0YW2I5

* Oil jumps after U.S. stockpile draw; gasoline at 7-month

high O/R

* Gold firm after 3-day rally on sluggish dollar, Greek

worries ID:nL3N0YX06D

* Obama orders more troops to Iraq to guide fightback

against Islamic State ID:nL1N0YV2WV

* Cyberattack targeted Iran nuclear talks venues -Kaspersky

Lab ID:nL5N0YW3F0

* FIFA shelves bidding for 2026 World Cup, Swiss seize data

ID:nL5N0YW2XJ

* EU leaders push Libya's warring factions over peace deal

ID:nL5N0YW3QK

* Iran to slow wheat imports after stockpile boost

ID:nL5N0YW2LV

* Sovereign wealth funds turn to internal fund management

-Invesco ID:nL5N0YW37N

* Loyalist of Algeria's Bouteflika named chief of ruling

coalition party ID:nL5N0YW3DC

* African nations sign agreement to unify main trade blocs

ID:nL5N0YW2RR

* OPEC says oil market oversupply to ease, but raises output

again ID:nL5N0YW296

* Tunisian court annuls confiscation of ousted president's

assets ID:nL5N0YW1VS

* Pakistan approves sharia advisory board for Islamic

finance ID:nL5N0YW0FS

TURKEY

* BBVA considers bid for HSBC's Brazil, Turkey units -

report ID:nL5N0YW4C6

* Turkish PM says early election is last option, cautions

Erdogan ID:nL5N0YW492

* Backed into corner, Turkey's Erdogan shows hints of

compromise ID:nL5N0YW2NR

* Turkish policeman sentenced to plant trees for gassing

"lady in red" ID:nL5N0YW3N2

* Thousands flee into Turkey from Syria as Kurds fight

Islamic state ID:nL5N0YW3GG

* Turkey's Kurdish party accuses government of inaction over

violence ID:nL5N0YW13T

* Turkish growth beats forecast, political turmoil clouds

outlook ID:nL5N0YW0WQ

EGYPT

* Egypt's GASC seeks wheat for July 11-20 shipment

ID:nL1N0YW2F2

* Suicide bomber attacks tourist site in Luxor, four

Egyptians wounded ID:nL5N0YW1JH

* Egypt's Pioneers Holding posts first quarter net profit of

$32 mln ID:nC6N0YW001

* Egypt activists say arrests spike ahead of general strike

ID:nL5N0YU2WW

* Egypt's annual core, urban inflation rise in May

ID:nL5N0YW2RV

* CIB says Citi Egypt retail deal includes $140 million

worth of assets - statement ID:nD5N0VJ00Z

SAUDI ARABIA

* Saudi's SATORP secures 2 billion Saudi riyal loan

ID:nL5N0YW30X

* Cemas takes order worth $550,000 from Saudi Arabia

ID:nFWN0YV04H

* Saudi's Petrorabigh extends repairs on hydrogen unit to

June 13 ID:nL5N0YW0DG

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

* Emirates airline sees more opportunities to fly in Europe

ID:nL1N0YW2F9

* UAE's Masdar, RWE in talks on green energy projects

-source ID:nL5N0YW356

* National Bank of Abu Dhabi launches $750 mln perpetual

Tier 1 bond ID:nD5N0Y2077

* Dubai's financial free zone aims to triple number of firms

by 2024 ID:nL5N0YW2AO

* Moody's assigns Baa3/P-3 first time ratings to United Arab

Emirates (UAE)'s Invest bank P.S.C. ID:nMDY10rzN2

* ADNOC finalises July-June jet fuel term export contract -

sources ID:nL3N0YW42C

* Fitch Rates First Gulf Bank P.J.S.C.'s New ECP Programme

'F1(EXP)' ID:nFit924525

* Abu Dhabi airport passenger traffic up 15.5 pct in April

ID:nL5N0YW16E

* Dubai's Drake & Scull sets initial price thoughts for

perpetual dollar sukuk ID:nL5N0YW08I

KUWAIT

* France nears 1 bln euro Kuwait deal to sell Airbus

helicopters ID:nL5N0YW3M7

BAHRAIN

* Bahrain summons Iraqi ambassador over banned Shi'ite group

ID:nL5N0YX03C

* Aluminium Bahrain gets approval for $3.5 bln expansion

ID:nL5N0YW2PH

* Buyout firm Arcapita sells $640 mln U.S. real estate

portfolio ID:nL5N0YW1BB

OMAN

* Oman's United Finance hires KPMG as financial advisor for

proposed acquisitions ID:nL5N0YW07M

(Compiled by Dubai newsroom)

((dubai.newsroom@reuters.com))

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Categories: Algeria, Egypt, Tunisia