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Most Middle East shares fell Tuesday as signs of a slowdown in the U.S. economy caused anxiety on global markets and prompted local investors to book profits, but Dubai's bourse bucked the trend as shares in construction companies rallied.In Egypt, Cairo's benchmark index tumbled 1.6 percent, down for a second session since Sunday's 45-month high.Dubai's bourse, meanwhile, rose 1 percent to 3,812 points as retail buying returned to property-related shares in what was a shorter trading session due to a technical malfunction.The index gained for a second session in the last five but fell just short of Jan. 29's 63-month intraday peak of 3,855 points.
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