DUBAI, Jan 13 (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-U.S. stocks pause after five-day rally; dollar rebounds MKTS/GLOB
* MIDEAST STOCKS-Qatar hits highest in nearly 2 years, financials lift most Gulf markets Oil falls nearly 2 pct amid global economy concerns but ends week higher O/R
* PRECIOUS-Gold gains as stocks slip; en route to 4th weekly gain U.S.-led coalition withdrawing equipment from Syria Iran's Zarif calls Iran-focused summit in Poland a "desperate circus" POLL-Turkish cenbank seen holding rates as inflation retreats from 15-yr high Syria says Israel fired missiles toward Damascus, hit airport warehouse Lebanon dollar-bonds tumble after debt rescheduling report Turkey's military reinforces on border with Syria's Idlib Pompeo says good outcome possible for both Turkey and Syrian Kurds U.S. not looking to grant further Iran oil sales waivers - U.S. official Egypt's GASC says deadline for offers for vegetable oils tender Tuesday Egypt's current account deficit narrows in July-Sept quarter -c.bank ARABIA
* Saudi Arabia to set up $10 billion oil refinery in Pakistan Saudi energy minister discusses petchem, other cooperation in Pakistan Saudi teen who fled family welcomed as 'brave new Canadian' in Toronto Saudi cuts domestic price for Octane 95 by 0.02 riyal - statement ARAB EMIRATES
* UAE's ADNOC awards Eni-led consortium offshore exploration blocks UAE welcomes Pompeo's speech, says as an important message for friends OPEC is not the enemy of the US, UAE energy minister says
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