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Market Cap £556.6m
Enterprise Value £1.10bn
Revenue £505.6m
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MIDEAST STOCKS - Factors to watch - November 18

Tue 18th November, 2014 3:03am
DUBAI, Nov 18 (Reuters) - Here are some factors that may 
affect Middle East stock markets on Tuesday. Reuters has not 
verified the press reports and does not vouch of their accuracy. 
 
    INTERNATIONAL/REGIONAL 
    * GLOBAL MARKETS-Japanese shares rebound, helped by U.S. 
megadeals  MKTS/GLOB  
    * Oil ends down on Japan, but pares loss on OPEC speculation 
 O/R  
    * MIDEAST STOCKS-Saudi Arabia sinks 2.8 pct as oil extends 
slide  ID:nL6N0T60IF  
    * PRECIOUS-Gold holds below 2-wk high on robust dollar, US 
economy  GOL-RTRS  
    * China's top domestic security chief visits Iran to push 
for anti-terror cooperation  ID:nL3N0T80D9  
    * Iran and six powers haven't discussed extending nuclear 
talks -U.S.  ID:nL2N0T72AN  
    * Putin's oil tsar heading to Vienna as OPEC meets 
 ID:nL6N0T744Z  
    * Iraq expects 2015 budget based on $80 per barrel oil price 
- minister  ID:nL6N0T74VF  
    * Yemen government oil export revenues fall in Jan-Sept 
 ID:nL6N0T74H2  
    * Ecobank Nigeria secures $150 million loan from foreign 
banks  ID:nL6N0T73OR  
    * Morocco's Jan-Oct trade deficit falls 5.6 pct 
 ID:nL6N0T72R8  
    * Commodity slump threatens return to "junk" for top 
emerging nations  ID:nL6N0T34QS  
    * Islamic finance body AAOIFI to discuss global accounting 
standards  ID:nL6N0T7056  
    * Malaysia's 1MDB files to list energy assets in $3 bln 
IPO-sources  ID:nL3N0T738K  
 
    TURKEY 
    * Turkey's TAV signs deal expand Istanbul's international 
terminal  ID:nL6N0T742S  
    * Turkish media linked to exiled cleric say they shut out by 
government  ID:nL6N0T71MK  
    * Demand for Turkey's 10-year sukuk at around $2 bln - 
bankers  ID:nI7N0QK000  
    * TRLPC-Yildiz United Biscuits buy backed with 985 mln stg 
loan  ID:nL6N0T72PP  
    * Turkey treads fine line as state-run trio eye Islamic 
banking  ID:nL6N0SJ00N  
    * Turkish Oct budget deficit 3.0 bln lira - finance ministry 
 ID:nI7N0N802N  
 
    EGYPT 
    * Egypt spent $3 bln on fuel subsidies in the first quarter 
-official  ID:nL6N0T73M7  
    * Egypt to deepen buffer zone with Gaza after finding longer 
tunnels  ID:nL6N0T73E6  
 
    SAUDI ARABIA 
    * Saudi c.bank says expects relatively stable inflation 
rates in Q4  ID:nL6N0T72PG  
    * Saudis to open stock market to foreigners before April 
-newspaper  ID:nL6N0T71V0  
    * No direct impact on Saudi budget from oil slide -minister  
 ID:nL6N0T7145  
 
    UNITED ARAB EMIRATES 
    * Big UAE banks shun credit bureau over liability dispute - 
trade head  ID:nL6N0T73NG  
    * Moody's affirms DP World's Baa3 and JAFZ's Ba1 ratings, 
stable outlooks  ID:nMDYFK0b7  
    * Islamist group rejects UAE terrorism designation    
 ID:nL6N0T709B  
    * UAE c.bank gov says bank lending within prudential ratios  
  ID:nL3N0T727I  
 
    QATAR 
    * MEDIA-Qatar wants to back UK's high-speed train plans - FT 
 ID:nL3N0T76TF  
    * FIFA whistleblower says report violated confidentiality  
 ID:nL2N0T71LS  
    * TABLE-Qatar October inflation eases to 3.0 pct y/y  
 ID:nL6N0T70AY  
 
    KUWAIT 
    * Kuwait's Investment Dar, CBK, skirmish over Boubyan Bank 
stake  ID:nL6N0T801M  
    * Kuwait forex forwards move on report banks can trade 
derivatives  ID:nL6N0T71NZ  
 
    BAHRAIN 
    * Bahrain's Mumtalakat sets initial price guidance for 
up-to-$600 mln sukuk  ID:nL6N0T72ZY  
 
    OMAN 
    * TABLE-Oman bank lending, M2 growth pick up in September  
 ID:nL6N0T71GN  
 
 (Compiled by Dubai newsroom) 
 ((dubai.newsroom@reuters.com)) 
 
Keywords: MIDEAST FACTORS
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