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Air France-KLM, PostNL and Imtech poised to leave blue-chip index' Tuesday 04 March 2014 Air France-KLM, PostNL and Imtech are losing their place in the Amsterdam stock exchange's blue chip AEX index. The new way of weighting stocks, based on the
The company is planning to float up to 25% of its shares to reduce its debts and finance further acquisitions, the company, founded by French entrepreneur Patrick Drahi. said in a statement. According to Bloomberg, the IPO will take place in about
The AEX, which lists the top 25 Dutch companies, was last over the 400 point mark in September 2008, just before the collapse of Lehman Brothers. There was some applause and that was that,' ABN Amro trader Serge Enneman told the Financieele Dagblad.
Euronext introduced new rules, the Financieele Dagblad reports. Amsterdam has three indices: the AEX with 25 blue-chip companies, the Midkap and the AScX. The new rules mean that shares which do not rise above 1 for three months after March 2014 will
The Dutch government on Friday told nationalised lender ABN Amro to get itself ready to be sold off within one year, despite doubts it could be sold at a profit. "We have asked ABN Amro to prepare itself for a return to the market," Rutte told
The exchange closed at 14.00 hours because of the New Year festivities, Nos television reported. Nevertheless, the AEX was beaten solidly by the Dax and Frankfurt exchanges, which rose 30% over the year. Telecom group KPN was one of the big losers of
AEX, TomTom downgraded Friday 31 August 2012 Coffee and tea company DE Master Blenders is to replace satnav-makers TomTom on the Amsterdam stock exchange AEX index. The former Douwe Egberts returned to the Amsterdam beurs in June, 34 years after its
The AEX closed down 2.3% at 298.05 points, the first time this year that the index has closed below 300. Shares fell across Europe amid fears that Greece may be forced to hold another election as weekend talks to form a coalition government failed.
The AEX was last below 300 points on October 2, 2009, when it closed at 299.3 points. Increasing uncertainty about the global economy and the European debt crisis are driving markets down throughout Europe, the US and Asia...The problem means the AEX'
Crucell is listed on the MidKap index which ends the year up around 22%. Top performer in the AEX blue chip index is civil engineering group Fugro with a rise of 53%. Dredging group Boskalis (+30%) was the second best performing AEX with airline Air