Factors to watch - September 26
DUBAI, Sept 26 (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-S&P 500 edges up, European shares slump amid Evergrande fears, US yields rise
* Oil hits highest in almost 3 years as supply tightens
* PRECIOUS-Gold climbs on weaker dollar, lingering Evergrande risks
* MIDEAST STOCKS-Most Gulf markets close higher; Dubai falls
* Iran says nuclear talks to resume 'very soon,' gives no date
* Tunisia labour union rejects Saied power grab, widening opposition
* ANALYSIS-Who pays? Lebanon faces tough question in IMF bailout bid
* Libya PM draws crowd for mass wedding and protest against parliament
* Algerian official warns of further measures against Morocco
* EXCLUSIVE-Under U.S. sanctions, Iran and Venezuela strike oil export deal - sources
* Lira hits record lows as rate cut sets Turkey on uncertain path
* Yemen's Houthis near Marib city, eyeing Yemen gas and oil fields
* Egypt starts selling multi-tranche dollar bonds
* Saudi-led coalition destroys Houthi ballistic rocket, state TV says
* Saudis enjoy Red Sea cruises as kingdom opens up tourism sector
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
* UAE announces ministerial changes including finance, environment
* UAE central bank approves Wizz Financial's acquisition of UAE Exchange
* UAE central bank starts gradual curb of COVID-19 stimulus measures
* DAMAC founder gets regulatory approval to go private
(Compiled by Dubai newsroom)
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