Feb 11 (Reuters) – All major Gulf stock markets slipped on Monday amid falling oil prices, with Qatar dropping sharply as its blue-chip banks slid.

Oil prices fell as drilling activity in the United States picked up and a refinery fire in the U.S. state of Illinois resulted in the shutdown of a large crude distillation unit.

Saudi Arabia’s stock market edged down 0.1 percent with Al Rajhi Bank declining 0.4 percent and Saudi British

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