Change (2 January to 1 July): 4.42%
Market cap: €283.81m
Six-month low: €23.50 - 25 March
Six-month high: €29.90 - 31 Jan
Allgeier's share price began to tumble on 19 March and hit a six-month low on 25 March just days after publishing its fiscal 2018 results. In the results, Allgeier revealed that its planned spin-off of Allgeier Experts through an IPO is facing "increased uncertainty". As a result, the firm said it could not give any indication of when the IPO will take place.
The IPO of Allgeier Experts SE, which has a turnover of €300m and provides outsourcing, IT and engineering services, was first announced in January with the IPO slated for the second half of 2019.
When plans for the IPO were first announced, Allgeier's share price shot up by 7.1 per cent in one day.
Market cap: NOK 12.89bn
Six-month low: NOK 111 - 7 Jan
Six-month high: NOK 131.8 - 16 April
This Nordic firm's share price took a hit at the end of April as it announced its Q1 results. While revenues were up across the group by 9.6 per cent, profits declined by 5.7 per cent. Despite showing signs of improvement, the aftermath of a bribery scandal in Denmark caused the subsidiary to record a DKK 20m loss for the quarter.
Atea's share price was steadily growing until it released its Q1 results, and began to recover in May and June.
Market cap: €781.29m
Six-month low: €2.91 - 2 Jan
Six-month high: €4.05 - 24 April
April was also a difficult month for Econocom. Its Q1 results released on 25 April revealed an 11.3 per cent decline to its Technology Management and Financing business
Its product and services arm, Digital Services and Solutions (DSS), meanwhile grew strongly by 14 per cent to €402m.
Econocom's share price slumped by more than 23 per cent between 24 April and 13 May following the announcement.
The Belgium-based firm hasn't managed to recover from a catastrophic summer on the stock market last year, when a profit warning sent its share price tumbling by 54.63 per cent between 15 June and 13 July.
Market cap: €1.96bn
Six-month low: €23.94 - 2 Jan
Six-month high: €28.78 - 19 March
Tieto's pending mega-merger with Nordic consultancy peer EVRY has had little impact on the Finnish firm's share price since it was announced.
Its shares rose steeply at the start of the year as Tieto raised its financial guidance and announced plans for a new operating model which would see a new managing partner installed in Finland, Sweden and Norway.
Market cap: SEK 7.69bn
Six-month low: SEK 72.20 - 3 Jan
Six-month high: SEK 93.50 - 3 April
Dustin's share price rose steadily until the beginning of April when the reseller announced that "temporary low customer activity", and a limited supply to PCs as a result of Intel's processor shortage had caused its SMB business to decline in both sales and profitability.
Its share price fell by around 10 per cent from 3 April until 15 April.
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