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Gulf equity markets were narrowly mixed Sunday after oil prices stabilized, with low trading volumes indicating that investors remained cautious.The sector's index rose 0.5 percent and AXA Cooperative Insurance Co,, which at the end of last week reported a 22.4 percent increase in 2014 net profit, surged its daily 10 percent limit.Qatar's index edged up 0.2 percent on the back of property firms Barwa Real Estate and Ezdan Holding, up 2.5 and 0.7 percent respectively.Investment bank EFG Hermes climbed 1.0 percent after Qalaa Holdings hired it to advise on the possible sale of Qalaa's food businesses.
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