UPDATE 8: Kuwaiti index drops while Air Arabia shares weigh on Dubai's stock market.
fell 3.9 percent to a 24-week low, further weighing on Kuwait's index, which declined for the fifth session running.
The benchmark dropped 2 percent to 6,918 points, a fresh seven-month low.
, which is slated to report earnings later on Sunday, slipped to its lowest close since May 31 and has declined in three of the past four sessions.
, under threat of suspension unless it releases its quarterly earnings by 8.30am local time on Monday, fell 4.1 percent, while
plunged 5.1 percent.
Disappointing corporate results also contributed to negative sentiment in Kuwait.
Dubai's main index ended lower for a second trading day, reversing early gains as
The measure slipped 0.1 percent to 2,164 points.
fell nearly 2 percent after warning of significant short-term challenges and reporting its first-ever drop in net profit.
Property stocks also traded lower, with
falling 1.4 percent.
Abu Dhabi's benchmark climbed 0.2 percent to 2,973 points, led by the banking sector.
National Bank of Abu Dhabi
advanced 1.9 percent.
Saudi Arabia's index ended lower for the first session in three as investors booked profits from the previous day's week-high.
Al-Rajhi Bank fell 1.6 percent after advancing 2 percent on Saturday, while Saudi Telecom Co slipped 0.6 percent.
Rabigh Refining and Petrochemical Co also declined, ending 1.1 percent lower.
The index fell 0.4 percent to 6,272 points. Its trading volumes were the second-lowest of the past two months.
Qatar stocks dropped 1.9 percent to 6,722 points.
Qatar Islamic Bank
fell nearly 4 percent. Bahrain's index edged 0.6 percent lower to 1,460 points.
gained 2.8 percent, recouping some losses from last week, helping the index climb 0.5 percent to 6,330 points.
rose 0.9 percent, while Raysut Cement Company fell 0.8 percent.