The Saudi Arabian stock market closed higher on Sunday in reaction to Friday’s sharp rise in oil prices, while the Egyptian index slipped into negative territory after a recent rally. Crude oil prices — a key driver of Gulf financial markets — settled by more than 5% on Friday amid uncertainty over future Federal Reserve rate hikes amid a looming EU ban on Russian oil and the possibility that China might buy some COVID eases, looming restrictions supported markets.

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