BRUSSELS, Dec 21 (Reuters) - Some of the five companies which could be dropped from Belgium's blue chip index next year reacted angrily at the way Euronext decided to revise criteria for inclusion without notice, and one did not exclude legal action. Belgian steel wire and cord maker Bekaert sent a letter to the Euronext board asking for an explanation of the move it was not consulted on, and which it was informed of less than two hours before it was officially announced. Euronext ...
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