Euronext announces quarterly review results for the AEX, AMX, AScX DEC 2015

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Amsterdam -  9 December 2015:  Euronext today announced the results of the quarterly review for the AEX, the AMX and the AScX. The changes due to the review will be effective from Monday 21 December 2015. 

Results of the December 2015 Review

AEX®:

  • No changes

AMX®:

  • No changes

AScX®:

Inclusion of:

Exclusion of:

Holland Colours

 

Esperite

 


In the event of a take-over or other exceptional circumstances, the Compiler of the indices has the right to revise the selection up to and including Wednesday 16 December 2015.

Review AEX family
The AEX family is reviewed quarterly (March, June, September, December). The full annual review is in March. The June, September and December reviews serve to replace removed constituents and to facilitate inclusion of recently listed companies.¹

Notes to editors
¹ Following the AEX family rule change announced July 2015, entry at quarterly reviews to facilitate inclusion of recently listed companies, will be restricted to companies admitted in the current year (IPOs). Newly listed companies (IPOs) will be included if admitted to listing at least 30 days before the (new) cut-off date. They will be included in the index where they rank 23rd or higher provided that they meet the eligibility criteria for the AEX family. Read more: www.euronext.com/nl/indices/index-rules

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