The Euronext Amsterdam, formerly the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, is one of three main Europeanthat together make up the and one of six Euronext exchanges in total. It trades , , and derivatives.
The The Euronext is a major European stock market that was for... More was formed in 2000 through the merger of the Amsterdam, Brussels and Paris stock exchanges. Euronext Amsterdam houses the headquarters of the full Euronext.
Its mainis the AEX, which lists blue-chip large- stocks. Other important indices are the AMX (mid-caps) and the AScX (small-caps).
Trading hours are 0900 to 1730 CET, Monday to Friday.
Trading on Euronext Amsterdam
Euronext Amsterdam is a relatively small exchange, despite its importance within Euronext. It listed 144 companies across its indices as of December 2011, of which 106 were Dutch companies and 38 foreign. It also trades around 125 exchange-traded funds, 1,500 Bonds are debt instruments, which means they are a way of ... More, nearly 200 Investment is the commitment of money or capital to purchase... More funds and some 8,000 structured products.
Euronext Amsterdam was badly affected by the global financial crisis, with its What are value stocks? A value company is a company that app... More cap and indices continuing to decline by around 9% year on year.
The The AEX is a benchmark equities index of Euronext Amste... More index lists the top 25 most actively traded stocks Dutch companies that trade on Euronext Amsterdam and is the key indicator of the health of the Dutch economy, as well as of the exchange itself. Its Market capitalisation (short: "market cap") is the total ma... More was around €253 billion as at December 2011.
The smaller AMX and AScX indices also cover the top 25 companies in the mid and small-cap sectors.
Euronext Amsterdam’s total market capitalisation as at December 2011 was just over €458 billion.