Netherlands stocks

List of Dutch Stocks on the Stock Exchange: Current daily prices of Dutch stocks on major Dutch stock exchanges like Euronext Amsterdam. The list of stocks on this exchange is sorted by market capitalization. Clicking on a company's details reveals more information such as current stock prices, charts, dividends, historical prices, and other details about the company. The Dutch stock market is known for its strong presence in sectors such as oil and gas, financial services, and technology.

The main Dutch stock exchange (Euronext Amsterdam) is the primary market where all these companies are traded. Indices such as the AEX and AMX include the largest Dutch companies in the stock market.

πŸ”Ž Number of Stocks: +50
πŸ“Š Stock Indices: AEX, AMX
πŸ”” Dutch Stock Exchanges: Euronext Amsterdam
πŸ•’ Trading Hours: 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM CET
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Where to Buy Dutch Stocks?

Investors can purchase Dutch stocks directly or through ETFs. To buy Dutch stocks, an account with a broker, such as XTB or eToro, must be opened. Once your account is opened, you can start trading with Dutch stocks.

Broker Number of Stocks Minimum Deposit in USD ETF
etoro logoGo to eToro +15 100 Yes
xtb logo Go to XTB +10 5 Yes

The Dutch stock market offers investment opportunities in various sectors, with a strong focus on oil and gas, financial services, and technology. The market is known for its robust economy and range of investment options.

Leading Dutch companies include Royal Dutch Shell, ING Group, and ASML Holding, which are also among the largest companies by market capitalization in the Netherlands.

The AEX and AMX are major stock indices comprising the largest and most liquid Dutch companies. They are primary indicators for evaluating the performance of the Dutch stock market.

Dutch stocks are attractive due to the country's strong economic fundamentals, diverse industrial base, and reputation for innovation and quality.

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