Stocks in Dubai and Qatar led gains in Gulf stocks, tracking emerging market increases. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon
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Saudi stocks led declines across most Gulf markets following a slump in the price of oil stoked by fading prospects for an output deal between major producers.Dubai's DFM General Index slipped 0.6 percent, the second-biggest loss in the region.Trading volume on the Saudi gauge was more than 50 percent below its six-month daily average, with about 80 million stocks changing hands.Bahrain's BB All Share Index and Qatar's QE Index both gained 0.2 percent, while Oman's MSM 30 Index added less than 0.1 percent.
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