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Flutter, Adyen, Eni highlight Euro Stoxx 50 top gainers and losers for the week

Published 17/02/2023, 19:22
Updated 17/02/2023, 19:22
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By Daniel Shvartsman

Investing.com -- Here are this week's top Euro Stoxx 50 movers, a week in which the index closed up 1.8% amidst a busy week of earnings.

Top 5 Euro Stoxx 50 gainers

  • Flutter Entertainment PLC (LON:FLTRF): The online gaming company gained 10.9% this week, as investors reacted positively to news that the company is considering a U.S. listing.
  • Adyen NV (AS:ADYEN): The Dutch payments company rebounded from last week's earnings sell-off, gaining 10.7% this week.
  • Airbus Group SE (EPA:AIR): The European aerospace giant rose 10.5% for the week, after forecasting higher deliveries for the year.
  • Koninklijke Ahold Delhaize NV (AS:AD): The Belgian supermarket chain gained 7.7% after posting strong Q4 results.
  • Kering (EPA:PRTP): The French luxury goods conglomerate gained 5.5% this week, thanks to strong Q4 results and hopes for growth in China.

Top 5 Euro Stoxx 50 losers

  • Eni SpA (BIT:ENI): The Italian oil and gas company lost 3.4% this week, as investors took profits following Tenaris SA's (BIT:TENR) earnings and a general sell-off in the oil sector.
  • Linde PlC (NYSE:LIN): The German multinational chemical company lost 2.4% this week.
  • Vonovia SE (ETR:VNAn): The German real estate company saw its stock drop 2.3% this week.
  • Prosus (OTC:PROSF): The Dutch tech and internet investment company lost 1.4%.
  • Allianz (ETR:ALVG): The German financial services company lost 1.3%, as investors reacted to the company's Q4 earnings report.

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