Netherlands stocks

List of Netherlands stocks and public traded companies based in the Netherlands. The most popular exchange for trading Netherlands stocks is the Amsterdam Stock Exchange (AEX), which is part of Euronext. The AEX is home to some of the biggest Dutch companies, such as Shell, Unilever, and Philips, as well as many smaller firms across various sectors like healthcare, technology, energy, financial services, and consumer goods. Investors can gain exposure to these sectors by investing in individual stocks or exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that track the performance of specific industries or the broader market. This is list of the largest public listed companies from the Netherlands sorted by market capitalization and links to their price info, charts and other information.

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