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Most Gulf markets gained Thursday as some investors started buying back beaten-down stocks after oil prices seemed to have established a floor around $70 per barrel during the week.Qatar's benchmark added 1.1 percent in a broad rally and Abu Dhabi's bourse rose 0.8 percent on the back of large lenders Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank and First Gulf Bank, up 4.2 and 2.0 percent respectively.Outside the Gulf, Egypt's index added 1.7 percent as property stocks led gains.Heliopolis Housing surged 6.3 percent, Talaat Moustafa Group rose 3.8 percent and SODIC climbed 3.9 percent.
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