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Coronavirus
VERY HIGH Source: covid.gov.pk
Pakistan Deaths
23,087
3924hr
Pakistan Cases
1,011,708
3,26224hr
6.6% positivity
Sindh
369,245
Punjab
353,695
Balochistan
29,681
Islamabad
85,947
KPK
142,139

DUBAI: Major stock markets in the Gulf were little changed in early trade on Sunday, with expectations of economic recovery nudging Dubai higher again after the index snapped an eight-session winning streak at the end of last week.

Dubai’s index was up 0.1% after closing lower on Thursday.

The United Arab Emirate’s only listed airline Air Arabia rose 1.5%, while shopping mall operator Emaar Mall was up 1%.

Analysts expect Dubai house prices to rise this year for the first time in six years, supported by a swift vaccine rollout that has lifted hopes for an overall economic recovery.

Saudi Arabia’s benchmark index inched up around 0.2% in its fourth consecutive day of gains.

Hospital operator Dr. Sulaiman Al-Habib Medical Services Group rose 0.9%, Saudi Telecom added 0.7% and Sahara International Petrochemical was up 1.4%.

Saudi Arabia will allow entertainment venues to open at 40% capacity for those who are vaccinated against the novel coronavirus, as the kingdom relaxes restrictions imposed to check the spread of Covid-19.

The Abu Dhabi index was down 0.4% led by financials. First Abu Dhabi Bank (FAB.AD) fell 1.3% and Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank retreated 0.7%.

Losses were partially offset by International Holdings and Emirates Telecommunications Group gaining 0.8% and 0.3% respectively.

Qatar’s index edged down 0.2% after three session of gains triggered by easing Covid-19 restrictions.

Banking shares weighed the most with Commercial Bank dropping 1.6% and Qatar International Islamic Bank down 1.7%.