DUBAI, May 4 (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 for their accuracy.
* GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia's share markets edge up on recovery signals MKTS/GLOB
* Oil firms as U.S., Europe growth prospects counter India concerns O/R
* PRECIOUS-Gold prices ease off 2-month peak on firm dollar, Powell's comments MIDEAST STOCKS-Property, banking stocks boost Dubai; Saudi index falls Global Islamic finance forecast to grow as main markets recover - S&P ANALYSIS-Prospects fading, Turkey hopes lockdown rescues tourism season Israeli state watchdog to investigate religious festival stampede Syrian court selects two candidates to appear on ballot against Assad War and doubts slow COVID-19 vaccination in disputed Yemen city Israel Aerospace signs deal for Boeing (NYSE: BA ) 777 cargo conversions in South Korea Iraq considering buying Exxon (NYSE: XOM ) stake in West Qurna 1 oilfield - oil minister Developing Iraq's Mansuriya gas field to cost $2.1 bln -minister Lebanon's central bank governor faces new corruption allegations in France Turkey says it wants to improve economic ties with Egypt France to sell Egypt 30 fighter jets in $4.5 bln deal -Egyptian defense ministry, report ARABIA
* Saudi non-oil business activity hits three-month high in April - PMI Saudi Arabia could ease fiscal adjustment to help recovery, IMF says Saudi Arabia appoints new minister of economy and planning - SPA ARAB EMIRATES
* UAE non-oil private sector keeps growing in April - PMI Average Dubai crude oil price falls in April to $62.894/bbl -sources Abu Dhabi developer Aldar to invest in Fifth Wall 'proptech' fund Kuwait bars unvaccinated citizens from travel abroad BRIEF-Bahrain's Alba Q1 Profit Rises
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