The following companies may have unusual price changes in Benelux markets. Stock symbols are in parentheses, and prices are from the previous close.
D’Ieteren SA (DIE) : Belgium’s biggest car dealer’s share of the country’s market widened to 24.1 percent in August as car registrations advanced 0.7 percent to 37,788, according to figures published by trade group Febiac. D’Ieteren shares declined 0.6 percent to 38.35 euros.
KBC Ancora (KBCA) CVA: The largest investor in KBC Groep NV swung to a full-year profit of 30.2 million euros ($43.2 million) after receiving a dividend from KBC Groep for the first time in three years. Net debt declined to 7.63 euros a share on June 30 from 8.32 euros a share three months earlier. The shares fell 1.6 percent to 8.40 euros.
RealDolmen NV (REA BB): The Belgian computer-services company that was created in a 2008 merger is scheduled to report fiscal first-quarter sales before the start of trading. The shares increased 0.5 percent to 14.88 euros.
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