Amsterdam Market Report Headlines

Fri, Apr 15 2011

UPDATE 1-Dutch property funds resume merger talks

AMSTERDAM, April 15 Dutch property groups VastNed Offices/Industrial and Nieuwe Steen Investments are having another shot at merger talks.

Financials, Stocks, M&A, Markets 15 Apr 2011

Thu, Feb 10 2011

UPDATE 2-AkzoNobel shares jump, but takeover seems a stretch

(Adds background on private equity deals, closing stock price)

Mon, Sep 27 2010

UPDATE 4-Saab owner Spyker in talks with BMW, Spyker shrs up

* Saab owner Spyker says details due once final deal sealed

Stocks, M&A, Markets 27 Sep 2010

Mon, Jan 11 2010

UPDATE 5-Heineken buys FEMSA beers, cements Latam alliance

* Heineken to pay Mexican drinks giant with 115 mln shares

Stocks, M&A, Markets 11 Jan 2010

Fri, Nov 27 2009

UPDATE 3-ING prices $11.2 bln cash call at steep discount

* Discount 52.4 pct to Thursday close; 37.3 pct to ex-rights

Thu, Jan 8 2009

UPDATE 1-Crucell shares surge on Wyeth takeover talks

AMSTERDAM, Jan 8 Shares in Dutch biotechnology firm Crucell rose 35 percent on Thursday after the company said it was in talks with U.S. drug maker Wyeth about a takeover of the Leiden-based company.

Stocks, M&A, Markets 08 Jan 2009

Tue, Oct 28 2008

Aegon gets 3 bln euros in government capital

* Dutch government to provide 3 billion euros capital

Stocks, Markets 28 Oct 2008

Mon, Oct 20 2008

UPDATE 1-ING seen up after Dutch govt, Taiwan moves

AMSTERDAM/TAIPEI, Oct 20 The Dutch government has agreed a 10 billion euro ($13.5 billion) cash injection into financial group ING , and ING shares are expected to rally on Monday after a 27.5 percent slump in the previous session.

Stocks, M&A, IPOs, Markets 20 Oct 2008

Fri, Oct 17 2008

UPDATE 5-ING to post first quarterly loss, shares slump

* Shares slump 27.5 percent to 13-year low (Adds details, executive's, AFM comments)

Stocks, Markets 17 Oct 2008

CORRECTED - UPDATE 4-ING to post first quarterly loss, shares slump

* Shares slump 27.5 percent to 13-year low (Corrects to make clear in paragraph 12 Barclays did not take government funding)

Stocks, Markets 17 Oct 2008

Forget snowbirds! Tourists flock to New Hampshire for primary.

Ahead of its primary, chilly New Hampshire is drawing its share of tourists who want to get a hand-shake or take a “selfie” with the next U.S. president.