June 22 (Reuters) - Major Gulf markets rose in early trade on Tuesday, mostly lifted by financial stocks, while Qatar was boosted by its blue-chip shares.
Qatar’s foreign minister on Monday received the new Saudi ambassador to Doha, the first to be reinstated by Arab states after they agreed to end a dispute with Qatar earlier this year.
Riyadh stands to benefit economically from the thaw with wealthy, gas-producing Qatar.
Yemen’s warring parties are thrashing out terms for a peace deal that would extricate the kingdom from a costly war and help alleviate a devastating humanitarian crisis, Reuters reported, citing two sources close to the talks and a Houthi official.
One of the sources said Riyadh was open to a deal but "would need some additional guarantees from Oman and Iran", both with close ties with the Houthis.
Dubai’s state airport operator is hoping for a “flood” of travellers as the pandemic eases, targeting passenger traffic through Dubai International Airport to grow 8% to 28 million this year.
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