Factors to watch - November 27

DUBAI, Nov 27 (Reuters) - 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.


* GLOBAL MARKETS-Nasdaq falls and dollar rises on investor caution

* Oil prices fall 2% as Chinese demand worries linger

* PRECIOUS-Gold steadies off one-week high on dollar rebound

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Dubai bourse falls to extend weekly losses, Abu Dhabi dips

* OPEC+ meeting to take into account market conditions – Iraqi official

* Iran sends more troops to Kurdish region as new protest flares

* Israeli far-right's Ben-Gvir to be national security minister under coalition deal

* BREAKINGVIEWS-Gulf’s World Cup love-in has uncertain shelf life

* Credit Suisse offers 889 mln shares to existing investors in $4 bln capital hike


* ANALYSIS-Egypt not out of the woods after IMF rescue deal

* Egypt's GASC bought 175,000 tonnes wheat on Thursday-traders

* Egypt's wheat reserves sufficient for more than five months - official


* Saudi Aramco's Luberef gets regulator nod for IPO

* Saudi eyecare group Magrabi plans float, hires banks, sources say

* Saudi govt would support any Saudi bid for Manchester United, Liverpool - sports minister

* Saudi Arabia blocks Qatari beIN's World Cup streaming platform


* EXCLUSIVE-Russians, Ukrainians met in UAE to discuss prisoner swap, ammonia, sources say

* UAE's deal-hungry IHC plans health and IT business IPOs

* Colombia attorney general investigating failed public offer for Nutresa shares

* India, UAE central banks discuss rupee-dirham trade prospects - official

* Dubai's Averda weighs stake sale, hires Moelis, sources say

* Abu Dhabi close to unveiling new economic strategy - economic development chairman


* Qatar reviewing London investments after transport ads ban - FT

* Reality ends some Qatari dreams of World Cup rental bonanza

* Soccer-End of Qatar's football project or just the start?


* Kuwait detects cholera in citizen arriving from neighbouring country - health ministry

* Gulf Bank gets CBK nod to appoint Mckinsey & Co for feasabilty study on ABK merger deal


* National Bank of Oman gets tight pricing for small perpetual bond sale

* S&P says Oman upgraded to 'BB' From 'BB-' on stronger external and fiscal performance outlook stable


* S&P says Bahrain outlook revised to positive from stable on improving fiscal trajectory, 'B+/B' ratings affirmed (Compiled by Dubai newsroom)

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