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Gulf stock markets were mixed Tuesday, guided by economic data and dividends, while Egypt edged up on the back of property stocks after reports about plans to build a new $80 billion capital city from scratch.Alinma Bank, which will pay a dividend of 0.5 riyal per share next week, was the most traded stock and jumped 2.2 percent.Qatar's index fell 1.3 percent because of Islamic lender Masraf Al Rayan, which dropped 2.7 percent as its shares no longer carried the 2014 dividend of 1.75 riyals.The lender will pay a dividend of 1 dirham per share Thursday.Dubai's index fell 0.8 percent as most stocks declined. The news lifted most property stocks in Egypt, helping the main index climb 0.2 percent.
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