Mideast Stocks: Factors to watch on June 10 | #cybersecurity | #cyberattack

DUBAI  – 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.


* GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares hold range as investors eye U.S. CPI  

* Oil skids as start of U.S. summer driving season fails to lift fuel demand  

* PRECIOUS-Gold subdued with focus on U.S. data, ECB meeting 

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Most major markets end higher on oil price gains; Dubai dips  

* Resigned to a nuclear deal revival, Gulf engages with foe Iran 

* Biden, Putin set to meet in 18th-century Swiss villa for summit  

* ANALYSIS-As Fed taper looms, global central banks eye their own exits from stimulus  

* U.S. says Iran nuclear talks to resume over the weekend  

* Algeria upgrades economic growth to 4.2% this year 

* Libya’s Waha Oil to ramp up ouput after fixing pipeline leak – oil source 


* Egypt and Sudan urge Ethiopia to negotiate seriously over giant dam 

* Egyptian firms plot return to Libya as rebuilding efforts begin


* Saudi Aramco raises $6 billion with debut sukuk


* UAE ratifies extradition deal with S. Africa as hunt for Guptas intensifies 

* NMC’s non-core asset sale plan still on despite creditors taking control

* Abu Dhabi’s ADQ offers to combine exhibitions co with ADNH 

* Founder of Dubai’s DAMAC offers to take property firm private 


* Afghan gov’t and Taliban negotiators meet in Doha to discuss peace

* Qatar Airways halts A350 deliveries after jet surface problem 

* Qatar’s Al Jazeera network says it combated cyber attack


* Kuwait’s Ahli United Bank sells $600 million Islamic bond 


* MIDEAST DEBT-Oman scores bumper bond sale as investors shelve debt worries 


* Jailed Bahrain activist Husain Barakat dies of COVID-19 

(Compiled by Dubai newsroom) ((dubai.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com))

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