March 13 (Reuters) - Most stock markets in the Gulf ended lower on Sunday, weighed down by uncertainty about the conflict in Ukraine.
A Russian missile attack on a large Ukrainian military facility near the border with NATO member Poland on Sunday killed 35 people and wounded 134, a Ukrainian official said. read more
Aramco has risen more than 10% so far this year as crude prices soared since Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Bucking the trend in the Gulf, Oman's index (.MSX30) finished 0.5% higher.
Oman aims to list 35 state-owned enterprises in the next five years and plans to take one or two oil companies public this year, the CEO of the Muscat Stock Exchange told CNBC Arabia on Sunday. read more
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