AEX finished by 0.7% lower at 526.10, after having played 534 points at the beginning. AMX even dropped by 1.7% to 727.70 points.
Most other European stock exchanges were worse than in Amsterdam. German DAX and French CAC 40 slipped 1.8% and 0.9%.
According to Stan Westerterp, fund manager at JNVB, the fear of the sharp blades of the Italian government has prompted optimism to warm up early. "The logical mind says no one can benefit from the conflict over the budget proposal, but it will be exciting that Italy will eventually do."
In addition, current brexite negotiations continue to lead investors to be busy. Westerterp stresses that it will be a very difficult story to conclude another agreement on the conditions of British exit in the short term. "It seems that Europe still thinks that the United Kingdom can keep it in the interior, but for the British itself it is a foretold conclusion that next year in March, with or without work, there will be a divorce."
Westerterp notes that at the end of last year's rally is still on the horizon as soon as the breaks disappear in the background. "Fundamental, business results are still good, especially in the United States. Further, for Trump with the Middle American elections behind us, there is no legal reason for a trade war with China to recover further."
Are the main funds of the Netherlands ASML (-2.2%) apparently suffered a fall in the technology funds, partly after Apple's smart giant admired under great pressure. The Apple Lumpum supplier's warning was not a good idea in the sector.
Biotechnology company Galapagos and Altice Europe was minus 4.4% and 4.2% below. Unibail Rodamco saw a loss of 1.4%. for Arcelor Mittal It was paid 2.3% less.
Philips was 0.3% lower. The medical technology company has announced it will buy 10 million additional shares.
shell still holds a plus of 0.3 percent after having much higher profits earlier in the day. On Sunday it seemed that most OPEC members wanted to cut global oil production. In response, oil prices have risen slightly. Relx also belonged to poor winners and was 0.4% thick.
When they saw medium-sized funds TomTom the initial rise in prices jumped to a profit of 1.4%. The navigation company would receive at least three bidding offers.
Oil Service Provider SBM Offshore received 0.2%. PostNL in the first place with a 1.5 percent bigger lock. Last week hard hit KM showed a recovery of 2.2%.
Air France KLM lost 2.6%, affected by higher oil prices. ASMI was also heavily under pressure 4.4% following the dark tech funds.
Value8 lap which is 7.1% more in the domestic market. The investment will pay a special dividend after several recent sales.
Euronext after the publication of quarterly data fell by 0.6%.
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