FTSE


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FTSE

 (fo͝ot′sē)
A trademark for a UK stock-market index composed of 100 actively traded, large cap stocks on the London Stock Exchange. This index is often referred to as the FTSE 100.
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In a rebalancing that will take effect after the close of business on Friday, March 16, JG Summit will bow out of the FTSE Large Cap, All World and All Cap indices.
The percentage of women holding FTSE 100 non-executive (NED) positions is at an all-time high of 33 per cent, but the percentage of women holding executive directorships remains low at just under 10 per cent, according to the report by academics at Cranfield School of Management and Exeter University Business School, sponsored by Aviva and the Government Equalities Office.
Figures published in the Hampton-Alexander Review 2017, chaired by Sir Philip Hampton and the late Dame Helen Alexander, reveal almost 28% of board positions in FTSE 100 companies are occupied by women - up from 12.
The FTSE - an index of the companies listed on the LSE - summarises the performance of companies' shares.
The FTSE Bursa Malaysia MidS Cap Index currently has 169 constituents, representing approximately US$15 billion of investable market capitalisation.
92 percent total return of the FTSE NAREIT All Equity REITs Index in the first four months of the year.
This resulted in the housebuilders reacting negatively, leaving the FTSE 100 at 6295.
Beaufort Securities sales trader Basil Petrides said he would hold off buying the FTSE at present, given uncertainties generated by the oil price moves and political concerns in Greece.
British banking company TSB Banking Group Plc revealed on Monday that it has joined the FTSE 250 Index.
The three new tradable ASEAN indices are the FTSE ASEAN All-Share Index, FTSE ASEAN Stars Index and FTSE ASEAN All Share Ex-Developed Index.
Kuala Lumpur, May 29, 2014 - (ACN Newswire) - ASEAN Exchanges today announced an expanded FTSE ASEAN Index Series including a comprehensive suite of indices broadly covering the growing ASEAN equity market.
The other newcomer in the FTSE 100 is construction and industrial equipment rental firm Ashtead, with chemicals group Croda International and miner Vedanta Resources relegated to the FTSE 250.