Real estate and banks dive into gloomy AEX | Financial

Around a quarter to ten the AEX index was 1.9% lower at 535.8 points, the lowest level since mid-September. The MidKap fell 1.8% to 778.8 points.

Elsewhere in Europe, the mood was also bleak. The stock exchanges in Frankfurt, London and Paris lost up to 2.4%.

Wall Street showed a mixed picture last night. The news that a deal between Republicans and Democrats on new corona support is all but out of the question in the short term weighed on sentiment. After exchange, Microsoft came out with figures. The tech giant’s outlook for the fourth quarter was somewhat disappointing.

Unibail further down

Real estate fund ran in the completely red-colored AEX Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield again serious damage with a price plunge of 6.1% to a multi-year low of € 33.90.

Bank stocks were also in the lower echelons. ING in ABN saw 4.4% and 4.1% evaporate respectively.

KPN headed 3.2% lower despite the telecom group turning more positive on full-year 2020 profitability, after a solid performance in the third quarter.

Heineken became worth 3.6% less. The beer group is still suffering a lot from the corona crisis. Heineken is therefore going to severely cut its workforce. The decline in beer sales in the third quarter was much less than in the previous quarter, but there is great caution about the outlook.

Chipconcern ASMI opening the books after the market fell 3.1%. In front of RD Shell Investors had 3% less left as a result of the weakening oil prices.

Midkapper Air France KLM fell 7.2%. Investors sold the aviation share because of the bomb that the FNV trade union put under the agreements at KLM for a wage sacrifice.

BAM was also in dire straits with a loss of 5.1%. Fugro incurred a loss of 4.4%. ABN

AScX fund Vastned lost 2%. The retail property fund does not think that the new measures against the corona virus will have major consequences for its own business operations.

ICT Group stole the show and shot up 8.8%. The automation company further increased turnover in the past quarter.

Sligro had to give up 4.7%. ABN Amro has removed the retail company from the buy list.

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