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Around a quarter past twelve, the AEX is 0.1% higher at 682.9 points. The stock market started with a 0.8% loss. The main index closed 0.3% on Thursday higher off. The AMX is still falling, by 0.4% to 1010.5 points.

Elsewhere in Europe, losses are declining: the British FTSE 100 index is 0.6% lower. The German DAX loses 0.2% and the French CAC 40 is 0.4% in the red.

Corné van Zeijl, analyst at Actiam, emphasizes that the AEX quickly rebounded after its depressed start because long-term US bond yields fell after recovering on Thursday. He points out that investors will continue to keep a close eye on interest rate movements in the coming period because prices for commodities, among other things, are rising sharply. “Recent research has shown that especially at an interest rate level of around 2%, the nervousness will increase considerably.”

The price of crude oil (Brent) showed some recovery on Thursday after the sharp cooldown on Thursday. According to Van Zeijl, a combination of factors played a role in the sharp decline. “In addition to the rise in US oil stocks, there was technically a correction to come after the sharp rise in recent weeks.”

With the earnings season and the interest rate decisions of central bankers in the large regions behind us, the focus will be on the economic figures in the coming week, says Van Zeijl. “In addition to the course of events among the composite purchasing managers in America and the eurozone, among other things, the confidence of German entrepreneurs in their own economy is on the agenda. Furthermore, interest rates are still hanging over the market. ”

Philips leads losers

Philips leads with 1.6% profit. From next Monday, with the arrival of lighting company Signify, a former subsidiary of the healthcare technology group will once again be in the AEX. The roots of chip machine manufacturer ASML also lie with Philips.

Supermarket chain Ahold Delhaize plus 1.5%. Dataleverancier Wolters Kluwer is also at the forefront and receives 1.2%.

Financials weigh on the bottom of sentiment. ING falls behind by 2%.

Gas and oil company Shell As the most traded share, it shrinks by 1% under pressure from the weakening oil price. Meal delivery Just Eat Takeaway must donate 1.4%

Real estate fund is listed with the medium-sized funds WDP 1.4% higher. There is a plus of 1.2% in favor Flow Traders.

Soil researcher notes at the bottom Fugro (-1.9%) in response to the sharp drop in oil prices.

TKH Group is in the red with 2.2%, just ahead Aalberts Industries. Basic-Fit faces a loss of 3%. The tightening of the corona restrictions in France is playing tricks on the fitness chain.

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