At five to ten, the AEX is 0.1% lower at 757.6 points, after having tightened its closing record on Monday. The AMX rose 0.4% to 1061.8 points.
Most other European stock markets are higher. Britain’s FTSE 100 and France’s CAC 40 are up 0.3% and 0.7% respectively. The German DAX is down 0.1%.
prosus with a 5% loss at the bottom. Tencent, a major player in the gaming sector in which the tech investor has a large stake, was down 7% this morning.
Chip machine maker ASML fell 1.4%, possibly in response to the disappointing quarterly report from German chipmaker Infineon.
DSM loses 0.4%, although the food and pharmaceuticals supplier raised its annual forecast when publishing its half-year figures. But ING points out that analysts were already counting on this and that the food division disappointed somewhat in the first half.
data supplier relx leads with a gain of 1.2%.
Heineken climbs 1%, after target price increases by some foreign banks. Investors reacted positively to his data release on Monday. Oil and gas company shell adds 0.8%.
Fertilizer producer is among the medium-sized funds OCIA with a minus of 2.3% at the bottom.
SBM Offshore climbs 2.5%, after signing a letter of intent with Brazilian oil company Petrobras to operate a production and storage vessel for 22.5 years.
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In the Asian region, major stock markets showed heavy losses this morning as Chinese state media lashed out at the gaming industry. This could be a prelude to interventions by the authorities, which have already been tough on other sectors in recent weeks. Japan’s Nikkei closed 0.5% lower.
On Monday, after a hopeful start, the US stock markets ended mostly slightly lower. Index futures do point to some recovery when they open at 3.30am.
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AEX recovers from opening loss | Financial
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