MIDEAST - Factors to watch - January 31

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MIDEAST - Factors to watch - January 31
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DUBAI, Jan 31 (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.

INTERNATIONAL/REGIONAL

* GLOBAL MARKETS-Silver jumps, stocks slide as social trading roils market MKTS/GLOB]

* U.S. crude settles lower on worries about Coronavirus vaccine rollout O/R

* MIDEAST STOCKS-Major Gulf markets track global stocks lower; Saudi gains PRECIOUS-Silver extends golden run as retail frenzy persists POLL-Turkish inflation expected to tick up again in January Italy blocks sale of missiles to Saudi Arabia and UAE Turkish-Russian observation centre for Nagorno-Karabakh to open Saturday -minister Iran MP says unfreezing funds may help release of S.Korean ship POLL -Oil set for slow recovery as vaccines rolled out Iran rejects new participants, any talks on nuclear deal France's Macron says any new nuclear talks with Iran to be 'strict' -Arabiya TV Egypt's GASC seeks vegetable oils in tender for arrival March 10-30, deadline for offers Tuesday ARABIA

* Saudi-led coalition destroys explosive-laden drone fired by Yemen's Houthis, state TV says Saudi Arabia postpones end of travel and port restrictions to May 17 - SPA Aramco (SE: 2222 ) will launch more share sales, Saudi crown prince says Saudi government to invest $220 bln in Riyadh development over next 10 yrs - official Saudi bourse could go public within two years, says CEO ARAB EMIRATES

* POLL-Dubai house prices to drop at slower pace Dubai to roll out China's Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine on Sunday -statement Dubai, Israel trade reaches 1 billion dirham since normalisation -Dubai media office UAE adopts amendments to grant citizenship to investors and other professionals Dubai says local companies must IPO locally before seeking listings abroad Qatar Airways says new bookings from UAE, South Africa, Rwanda are temporarily suspended - tweet Qatar's Commercial Bank plans to raise at least $1 bln via bond sales - CEO Kuwait approves emergency use of Astrazeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine - KUNA Bahrain takes delivery of AstraZeneca vaccine from India

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