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Qatar's stocks dropped the most in the world and bonds fell as concern deepened that the nation may lose the right to host the 2022 football World Cup, threatening as much as $200 billion of tournament-related investment.The benchmark QE Index tumbled 2.4 percent, the most among more than 90 benchmarks tracked by Bloomberg globally, to close at 13,221.29 . Stocks on Qatar's main index have gained 42 percent in the past 12 months on speculation the country's promotion to emerging-market status at MSCI Inc. would prompt inflows from investors tracking the index provider's gauges.Masraf al-Rayan, the Shariah-compliant lender with the biggest weighting on Qatar's gauge, fell 3.4 percent to 59.40 riyals, the lowest close since May 26 .Masraf al-Rayan, Qatar Islamic Bank and Vodafone Qatar are among 10 companies promoted in the MSCI upgrade.
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