Locally grown food delivery company Just Eat Takeaway is about to be overtaken from AEX’s blue chip index by Exor, which is owned by the wealthy Italian Agnelli family.
Exor, which left the Milan exchange in August to move to Amsterdam, was legally established in the Netherlands several years ago. He owns shares in Ferrari, Juventus, the fashion brand Louboutin and many others.
Just Eat Takeaway will leave the AEX index with the midkap index correction on December 19 after its share price plummeted from over €100 a year ago to around €20 today. midkap replaces the delisted Intertrust.
Currently around 720 points, the AEX is made up of the 25 largest Amsterdam-listed companies based on their share market value, float and daily turnover.
Both Exor and Prosus, a South African tech company that moved last year, have little investment in the Netherlands.According to brokerage news Website iex.nlAEX now consists of 50% foreign companies.
There are no other changes to the Amsterdam index and the next major review will take place in March.
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