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European Assets Trust NV Company Snapshot
European Assets Trust NV operates within the Management investment, open-end sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares European Assets Trust NV with three other financial institutions in Europe: SIF Transilvania SA of Romania (2016 sales of 47.12 million Romanian Leu [US$11.30 million] ), Northern 3 VCT PLC of the United Kingdom (£9.03 million [US$11.55 million] ), and Investeringsselskabet Luxor AS which is based in Denmark (79.58 million Danish Kroner [US$11.62 million] ).

Sales Analysis. During the year ended December of 2016, sales at European Assets Trust NV were 10.55 million Euro (US$11.46 million). This is a sharp decrease of 63.0% versus 2015, when the company's sales were 28.49 million Euro.
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  Stock Performance Chart for European Assets Trust NV
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (4/21/2017): 12.61
(Figures in Euro)
1 Week 0.0%   13 Weeks 0.6%  
4 Weeks 13.0%   52 Weeks -9.9%  
European Assets Trust NV Key Data:
  Ticker: EAT Country: Netherlands
  Exchanges: AMS LON Major Industry: Diversified Financials
    Sub Industry: Management Investment, Open-End
  2016 Sales 10,547,000
(Year Ending Jan 2017).
  Currency: Euro Market Cap: 418,512,016
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 33,188,899
  Share Type: Aandeel Closely Held Shares: 7,387,737
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