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Real estate shares lead Dubai rebound

Dubai, September 1, 2013

Dubai's shares rebounded in early trade after last week's sharp losses brought back bargain hunters, while other Gulf bourses also gained.
 
Dubai's index rose 1.8 percent to 2,569 points. It lost 5.4 percent the previous week over worries of a US military strike in Syria.
 
Bluechip Emaar Properties climbed 1.4 percent, while small-cap real estate stocks dominate trade; Union Properties and Deyaar Development added 6 and 7.3 percent respectively.
 
Abu Dhabi's Aldar Properties led the emirate's recovery, rising 4.1 percent. The benchmark advanced 0.7 percent to 3,579 points, after posting losses in the last four sessions.
 
Catalysts such as an MSCI upgrade to its emerging index for UAE and Qatar underpin a bullish investor outlook for local markets, but analysts expect volatility in coming sessions as Syria jitters trigger bouts of profit-taking.
 
Elsewhere, Oman's bourse and Kuwait's index each climbed 0.3 percent. - Reuters 



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