This might be in the direction you want:
The FTE is a measure with the following expression and label as FTE:
The TME% is a measure witth this expression and label as TME%:
FTE / RangeSum(Above(FTE,0,RowNo(TOTAL)))
In the above expression FTE refers directly to the FTE column calculated values but it could also be written:
Sum(VALUE)+Max(TOTAL AMOUNT)/5+0.01 / Above( Sum(VALUE)+Max(TOTAL AMOUNT)/5+0.01 , 0 , RowNo(TOTAL)))
obviously the expression with references to the FTE column is to prefer....
It should be very similar like this:
FNE / RangeSum(Above(FNE,0,RowNo(TOTAL)))
I have assumed that the outer aggregation of Max in the FTE and the outer aggregation of Min in the FNE is just functions to pick the lowest for two values: 0 or the calculation and might not be necessary the way Qlik handles the calculations. I might be wrong since I don't know the full nature of your data with such a small sample.
So for this reason it might be necessary to wrap both the FTE Max and FNE Min in RangeMax and RangeMin functions that would be similar to the Excel Min and Max functions.
FTE would then be:
RangeMax( 0 , Sum(VALUE)+Max(TOTAL AMOUNT)/5+0.01 )
FNE would then be:
RangeMin( 0 , Sum(VALUE)-Max(TOTAL AMOUNT)/5-0.01 )