(Updates with Saudi Arabia, Egypt open) DUBAI, Nov 16 (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia’s securities market fell in very early field on Sunday as heavyweight Ma’aden dropped after announcing a rights problem, while Egypt’s bourse edged up after Standard and also Poor’s affirmed the nation’s sovereign credit ranking. The major Saudi index dropped 1.1 percent. Shares in Saudi Arabian Mining Carbon monoxide (Ma’aden) dove 9.7 pct to 32.50 riyals. Ma’aden said on Sunday that the membership period for its 5.6 billion riyal ($1.5 billion) civil liberties problem would certainly begin on Tuesday; the decrease was partly since its share rate was adapted to mirror the dip. Likewise, the civil liberties deal cost is much less costly compared to the market cost, so some investors were attracted to offer in the market and also redeem by means of the civil liberties. Egypt’s index rose 0.5 percent as financial investment financial institution EFG Hermes, which last week posted a 57 percent surge in third-quarter profit, got 1.1 percent. The majority of various other stocks were also in favorable territory after ranking agency Standard as well as Poor’s last Friday affirmed Egypt’s sovereign ratings at “B-/ B” with a stable expectation. The company claimed it expected Egypt would greatly remain politically steady, which its economic growth leads would boost. (Reporting by Olzhas Auyezov; Modifying by Andrew Torchia)Financial investment & & Company InformationFinanceSaudi ArabiaEgypt