DUBAI, June 21 (Reuters) - Gulf stock markets were trading within a narrow range early on Sunday with activity depressed because of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Dubai's main index edged down 0.5 percent. Amlak , which has swung wildly since it resumed trading this month after a multi-year suspension due to debt restructuring, fell 2.0 percent and was Dubai's most heavily traded stock by a large margin.
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