AMX index

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The AMX index, derived from Amsterdam Midkap Index, also known as Midkap index or simply Midkap, is a stock market index composed of Dutch companies that trade on Euronext Amsterdam, formerly known as the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. The index was started in 1995. It is composed of the 25 funds that trade on the exchange and that rank 26-50 in size. The funds that rank 1-25 in size are represented in the AEX index.

Composition[edit]

As of the quarterly review effective on 24 September 2012 the AMX index has the following composition.[1]

Company ICB Sector Ticker symbol Index weighting (%)[1]
Aalberts Industries diversified industrials AALB 6.23
AMG industrial machinery AMG 0.65
Aperam[2] iron and steel APAM
Arcadis business support services ARCAD 4.06
ASM International semiconductors ASM 4.85
BAM Group heavy construction BAMNB 2.60
Binckbank investment services BINCK 1.58
Brunel International business training and employment agencies BRNL 1.60
CSM food products CSM 4.39
Delta Lloyd Group life insurance DL 6.01
Eurocommercial Properties retail REITs ECMPA 4.54
Heijmans heavy construction HEIJM 0.43
Imtech business support services IM 7.81
Mediq drug retailers MEDIQ 2.60
Nutreco farming and fishing NUO 8.36
SNS Reaal specialty finance SR 0.75
Ten Cate diversified industrials KTC 2.03
Unit4 software UNIT4 2.56
USG People business training and employment agencies USG 1.55
VastNed Retail retail REITs VASTN 3.03
Vopak marine transportation VPK 15.72
Wereldhave industrial and office REITs WHA 4.53

^1 - Weightings accurate on 22 June 2011.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Index Announcement". NYSE Euronext. 30 August 2012. Retrieved 4 November 2012. 
  2. ^ Gemalto opgenomen in AEX-index, Aperam eruit, Trivano, 6 june 2013

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