UPDATE 6: Emaar falls 3.8% and Sorouh loses 4.3%, while Etisalat eases 0.4%.
Property shares led Dubai and Abu Dhabi lower as both indices fell for a second day and closed below key support levels amid regional weakness in bourses.
declined 3.8 percent as the emirate's index closed 1.8 percent lower at 1,993 points, breaking below support at 2,000 points late in the trading session.
lost 4.3 percent to help guide Abu Dhabi's benchmark 0.8 percent lower to 2,994 points, below the 3,000 level.
eased 0.4 percent after it said it bid to buy Millicom's Sri Lanka assets.
Banks lead Qatar's benchmark lower for a second trading day in five as the bourse fell in line with a regional sell-off prompted by weakness in Asian shares and oil, and profit-taking ahead of the Islamic Eid holiday.
declined 1.2 and 0.9 percent respectively.
The index ended 0.8 percent lower at 7,075 points.
Bahrain's bourse bucked the negative trend, ending 0.3 percent higher at 1,519 points after three days of declines.
fell 4.8 percent to lead Kuwait's index lower as part of a regional bourse sell-off sparked by weakness in Asian shares earlier on Monday.
Kuwait's benchmark closed 0.4 percent lower at 7,651 points, falling for a sixth trading day.
Saudi Arabia's bourse reversed earlier losses to end 0.1 percent higher at 5,821 points, led by Arab National Bank which climbed 1.6 percent.
The kingdom's benchmark rose for a third trading day.
Banks lead Oman to a lower close for a third session in eight trading days, on profit-taking after the index surged to a 10-month closing high on Sunday.
fell 1.9 percent and
National Bank of Oman
1.2 percent. Muscat's main index ended 0.3 percent lower at 6,555 points. Reuters)