Dutch stockbroker Van der Moolen booked a loss of €77.7m last year, due in part to one-off costs. Net profit excluding these one-off costs was €6.8m, compared to €22m in 2005, ANP reported.
The company, which earns the bulk of its income in the US and has been hit by changes in the NYSE trading system, booked net profit of €11.3m in 2005.
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