The AEX index is down 0.7% at around a quarter to ten at 752.97 points after having touched a record position the day before. The Midkap index falls 0.9% to 1053.8 points.
In the Asian region, major stock markets posted heavy losses on Friday. The Nikkei in Tokyo ended the week down 1.8%. The Hang Seng index in Hong Kong fell more than 2% in the meantime. Chinese technology companies, which showed a strong recovery on Thursday, were again hit hard.
Prosus sinks again
In the largely red-colored AEX, prosus (-1.4%) losing ground after the strong rally in previous days. closer Adyen is looking at a loss of 1.8%.
Chip funds are also in the rear. ASMI and ASML leave 1.5% and 1% respectively.
RD Shell limits the damage to a minus of 0.2%. A day earlier, the share of the oil and gas giant was still on the rise after the enthusiastically received results.
Signify is a positive exception with a plus of 0.2%.
hairdresser Air France-KLM is 0.7% higher. The airline group suffered a loss of almost €1.5 billion in the second quarter. The aviation combination does see bright spots, because the bookings are coming in again this summer.
Leader aperam gets 1.5 more. The steel group almost doubled its net profit in the second quarter thanks to favorable price developments.
WDP climbed to a gain of 0.9%. The logistics real estate group raised its expectations for the full year after an increase in profits in the first half. The real estate investor will also pay more dividends.
AScX fund Brunel excelled with a 4.2% plus. The secondment company is positive about the second half of the year with an expected growth in turnover.
Went to the local market Euronext 2.6% ahead. The stock exchange operator recorded more turnover and profit last quarter. The operator of, among other things, the stock exchange in Amsterdam saw a record number of 62 IPOs in the second quarter.
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AEX sinks under pressure from tech; good job Brunel | Financial
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