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Qatari stocks fell as the rift with Gulf neighbors showed no sign of easing ahead of a crucial deadline.The Gulf emirate is prepared to miss the deadline Monday for complying with 13 demands set by Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and other Arab nations, Qatari Foreign Minister Mohammed al-Thani said Saturday, threatening to extend the blockade of its air, sea and land links that the nations imposed a month ago.This will maintain pressure on Qatar's currency for a few days, Rantisi said.
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