Factors to watch - September 25
DUBAI, Sept 25 (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-Stocks tumble, dollar soars and bonds plunge as recession fears grow
* Oil plunges to eight-month low on strong dollar, recession fears
* PRECIOUS-Gold drops to 2-1/2-year lows as dollar extends rally, yields firm
* MIDEAST STOCKS-Markets In United Arab Emirates fall on recession fears
* Wall St Week Ahead-Investors wonder when vicious sell-off in U.S. stocks will end
* Iran will act decisively after biggest protests in years, president says
* ANALYSIS-Saudi prince's Ukraine mediation signals 'useful' Russia ties - analysts
* Head of UAE's ADNOC says little room for manoeuvre in oil markets
* Saudi crown prince meets with Turkish officials- SPA
* Germany's Scholz seeks to deepen energy partnership with Saudi Arabia
* Saudi Arabia to invest $10 bln in local infrastructure projects - state TV
* Saudi crown prince discusses energy security with senior U.S. officials
* Egypt to apply to host 2036 Olympic Games
* Egypt central bank keeps interest rates unchanged
* QatarEnergy signs deal with TotalEnergies for North Field South expansion
* Air Arabia and Sudan's DAL Group to form new low-cost airline
* ADNOC And TAQA Close Clean Energy And Decarbonization Transaction
* UAE healthcare firm Burjeel Holdings seeks local investors for IPO -sources
* Jazeera Airways Announces Delivery Of Two Brand New Leased Aircraft Model A320-251 NEO
* Oman's central bank increases repo rate by 75 basis points - TV (Compiled by Dubai newsroom)
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