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 March 2018 the AMX index has the following composition.[1]

Company ICB Sector Ticker symbol Index weighting (%)
Air France-KLM travel and leisure AF 6.99
Advanced Metallurgical Group [nl] industrial goods and services AMG 2.80
Aperam basic resources APAM 5.15
Arcadis industrial goods and services ARCAD 2.88
ASM International technology ASM 7.16
BAM Group construction and materials BAMNB 2.42
BE Semiconductor technology BESI 8.17
Boskalis construction and materials BRNL 5.20
Corbion food and beverage CRBN 3.58
Eurocommercial Properties [nl] real estate ECMPA 3.87
Flow traders [nl] financial services FLOW 3.12
Fugro oil and gas FUR 2.35
GrandVision [nl] retail GVNV 3.05
IMCD chemicals IMCD 6.45
Intertrust financial services INTER 2.40
OCI construction and materials OCI 5.11
PostNL industrial goods and services PNL 3.39
SBM Offshore oil and gas SBMO 5.87
Sligro Food Group [nl] retail SLIGR 2.54
Takeaway retail TKWY 2.41
TKH Group [nl] industrial goods and services TWEKA 5.18
TomTom technology TOM2 2.50
WDP real estate WDP 4.31
Wereldhave real estate WHA 3.07

See also[edit]

  • AEX index, market index of 25 largest caps on Euronext Amsterdam.
  • AScX index, market index of 25 small caps on Euronext Amsterdam.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "AMX-Index Factsheet" (PDF). Euronext. 29 March 2018. Archived from the original (PDF) on 16 June 2018. Retrieved 16 June 2018.

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