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What is the AMX index (Midcap)?

AMX index (Midcap)

The AMX index (Midcap) is an index of medium-sized companies traded on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, now known as Euronext Amsterdam. It comprises those firms ranked 26-50 in terms of market capitalisation and is used as a health check for that sector of the market.

Where have you heard about the AMX index (Midcap)?

As an investor, you may have heard of the AMX index (Midcap), especially if you take an interest in continental European stocks. Financial media may refer to it, as may your financial adviser.

What you need to know about the AMX index (Midcap).

As of July 2017, there were 25 companies listed on the AMX index (Midcap). These included well-known businesses such as the airline group KLM-Air France, Philips Lighting and Postnl, the privatised Dutch postal service. The pioneering navigation-aid company TomTom is also listed. Others were less well-known outside their home markets. They included insurance group ASR Nederland, the construction services company BAM Groep KON, organic and natural food group Wessanen and Eurocommercial, the shopping- centre owner. Proprietary trading firm Flow Traders is listed on the index, as is Refresco Group, bottler of soft drinks and fruit juices.

Find out more about the AMX index (Midcap).

The AMX index (Midcap) comprise shares listed on the Amsterdam stock market, part of the pan-European exchange Euronext. Learn about Euronext here.

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