The AEX index, derived from Amsterdam Exchange index, is a stock market index composed of Dutch companies that trade on
Euronext Amsterdam. The market value-weighted index is composed of a maximum of 25 of the most actively traded securities
on the exchange.
Last updated: 2014/7/30 17:54:19 CET
|Stock name||ISIN||Last trade||P/E||EPS||Div PS||Ex Div Date||Payout Ratio||Div Yield|
|DELTA LLOYD||NL0009294552||17.88||29.1||0.6||0.88||May 26 2014||142||4.90|
|CORIO||NL0000288967||39.69||0.0||-2.6||1.81||Apr 23 2014||-70||4.56|
|FUGRO||NL0000352565||29.08||10.5||2.8||1.28||May 08 2014||46||4.40|
|ROYAL DUTCH SHELL A||GB00B03MLX29||30.10||20.3||1.5||1.14||May 14 2014||75||3.79|
|AHOLD KON||NL0006033250||13.12||15.1||0.9||0.40||Apr 22 2014||46||3.04|
|AEGON||NL0000303709||6.20||17.3||0.4||0.19||May 23 2014||52||3.02|
|UNILEVER||NL0000009355||31.50||19.3||1.7||0.94||May 07 2014||57||2.99|
|PHILIPS KON||NL0000009538||23.54||19.0||1.2||0.68||May 05 2014||54||2.89|
|WOLTERS KLUWER||NL0000395903||20.85||18.0||1.2||0.60||Apr 25 2014||50||2.85|
|DSM KON||NL0000009827||51.94||25.5||2.1||1.40||May 09 2014||68||2.70|
|REED ELSEVIER||NL0006144495||17.13||19.2||0.9||0.45||Apr 30 2014||50||2.61|
|BOSKALIS||NL0000852580||40.34||13.3||3.1||1.05||May 15 2014||34||2.60|
|AKZO NOBEL||NL0000009132||54.73||25.5||2.1||1.23||May 02 2014||57||2.25|
|RANDSTAD||NL0000379121||37.09||27.1||1.4||0.81||Apr 07 2014||59||2.18|
|HEINEKEN||NL0000009165||53.48||22.9||2.4||0.76||Apr 28 2014||32||1.41|
|ARCELOR MITTAL||LU0323134006||11.57||0.0||-1.0||0.12||May 12 2014||-12||1.07|
|TNT EXPRESS||NL0009739424||6.02||0.0||-0.5||0.06||Jul 29 2014||-13||1.03|
|ASML HOLDING||NL0006034001||70.85||21.0||3.0||0.52||Apr 25 2014||17||0.73|
|GEMALTO||NL0000400653||72.80||25.1||2.9||0.32||May 23 2014||11||0.44|
|ZIGGO||NL0006294290||34.10||69.4||0.5||0.00||Sep 03 2013||0||0.00|
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