The AEX closed 0.5% higher at 552.55 points. The AMX climbed 0.8% to 793.07 points.
Frankfurt won 0.8%, Paris rose 0.3%. The FTSE was reset 0.1%.
The Italian FTSE MIB went into recovery with bank shares.
Wall Street headed for profit, the Dow rose by 1%, the Nasdaq plussed 0.5%. General Electric (+ 16%) and Tesla (+ 14%) dominated after breakthroughs at both companies. The American industry was cooling down, construction expenses rose in August a fraction set off by July.
President Trump went into the free trade agreement in the afternoon, preventing American import duties on Canadian products.
Philip Marey, macro economist at Rabobank: "The economy is still doing well. With 4.1% growth, it is also the best time to conduct a trade war for the Americans, because the effect of tax support is going to expire. "Four interest rate increases are expected by Rabobank from the US Federal Reserve, which according to Marey does show signs of" some complacency " begins to show. "2019 is becoming a reality with reduced tax support and rising interest rates reality check be in the US. That's what the market sees. "
According to currency trader Stephane van der Meer (Ebury), the turmoil about Italy is depressing sentiment in the euro. It was $ 1.1603 (-0.1%), but went to $ 1.15. "The dollar does what the currency always does in an anti-Eu vote: to strengthen it. Investors really feel unrest. Also because the inflation target that the ECB applies is not met. The last increase to 0.9% is so far removed from the 2%, that is worrying. "
ASML wins on Intel
Chip machine manufacturer stayed with the Dutch main funds ASML with a plus of 2.5% in the lead, after Intel reported an extra $ 1 billion to invest.
NN Group rose 1%, Aegon 0.2%, but ING (-0.3%) and ABN Amro (-0.1%) stayed behind.
Shell climbed 0.8%. Reportedly, the company with Asian partners will invest $ 31 billion in a Canadian gas project.
KPN thickness in the head group just like DSM with 0.7%, the telecom company appointed a new director.
The bottom was dangling Ahold Delhaize 1.9% in red. AkzoNobel lost 1.3% while the next strike round was announced for more wages.
The supplier excelled in the chip sector with medium-sized funds Besi thanks to the news from Intel with a 7% increase in the final bubble. It lost 60% value in six months.
Soil researcher Fugro became 3.7% more expensive.
Maritime service provider Boskalis climbed 2.8%, after winning an order worth over € 80 million. TKH also gained 2.8%.
SBM Offshore increased by 1.7%. A former CEO is disappearing behind the bars because of bribery, reports De Telegraaf.
Fliticandeler Flow Traders lost 1.7%, although ING maintained its buying advice in the run-up to the publication of the quarterly figures on 18 October.
Air France KLM dropped 4% after a profit alert from fellow airline Ryanair. The Irish price fighter suffers from the recent strikes, the decline in the number of passengers and the higher oil prices.
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