IMCD wantedShines in the AEX IMCD with a gain of 10.5% in response to its figures release. In the second quarter, growth at the chemicals distributor continued to accelerate compared to the first three months of the year. The suppliers to the chip sector are also at the forefront. besi, ASMI and ASML gain 3.7%, 2.9% and 2.9% respectively. prosus is helped by 3% by the price recovery at the Chinese tech group Tencent, in which the tech investor has a large stake. data supplier Wolters Kluwer makes 0.6% profit in response to his numbers. Top woman Nancy McKinstry spoke of a faster than expected recovery from the corona crisis, but also warned of additional costs due to the reopening of the economy. Philips is down from a 2.8% decline due to concerns about the impact of the company’s previous major recall of ventilators following an FDA warning. The regulator has classified the recall from Philips in the highest risk category, the so-called Class 1. Philips itself plans to go to the Supreme Court in a conflict with supermarket chain Lidl that has been going on for years. The court in The Hague ruled against Philips in April in the ‘shavers war’ with Lidl. For Just Eat Takeaway investors have 1.9% less left, despite a buy recommendation from Goldman Sachs. The American bank believes that the risks are amply priced in and uses a price target of € 130. shell loses 1%. The oil and gas group is said to be considering leaving Nigeria after 85 years. During the last shareholders’ meeting of Shell, CEO Ben van Beurden already hinted that the position in Nigeria was no longer sacred.
Ahold Delhaize must give 0.6%. The Belgian tax authorities demand €380 million from the Dutch-Belgian supermarket group. The conflict concerns the way in which Ahold Delhaize acquired the American stores of its Belgian subsidiary Delhaize in 2018.
In the medium-sized funds, alfen, the specialist in batteries, switchgear and charging stations, with a profit of 4.4%.
JDE Peet’s follows with a progress of 2.4%. The coffee and tea maker expects the recovery in, among others, the catering industry to continue in the second half of the year.
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AEX shoots up further despite job downer | Financial
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