Kuwait’s SE Price Index gained for a fifth day, climbing 0.2 percent in the longest rising streak since August
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Dubai stocks led a retreat across Gulf Arab equities, tracking declines in emerging markets as investors brace themselves for a series of key global events including this week's Federal Reserve meeting and MSCI Inc.'s annual market-classification review.The DFM General Index retreated 1 percent, the steepest drop since June 2 . Traders exchanged 110 million shares, about 40 percent less than the 20-day average. Abu Dhabi's ADX General Index fell a second day, losing 0.3 percent.Dubai's Real Estate and Construction Index decreased 1.6 percent, the first drop in four days.Qatar's QE Index fell 0.4 percent as trading volume plummeted to less than half the 20-day average. Saudi Arabia's Tadawul All Share Index retreated for the first time in five days, losing 0.6 percent.
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