FT-SE 100 Index

FT-SE 100 Index

abbreviation for
(Stock Exchange) Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 Index
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CLOSING INDICES FT-SE 100 INDEX 6303.94 down 3.84 ?
Given the substantial rally in the FT-SE 100 index from its low of 3,287 in March and high hopes that it has further to go in 2004, this new-found generosity is perhaps not as surprising as it first appears.
Similarly, most international investors know that "the Footsie" refers to the Financial Times' FT-SE 100 Index, another one of the most widely used measures of stock market performance.
SHARES: FT-SE 100 index closed up 21.1 at 6451.2FOR Stock Exchange prices dial 0906 360 92 then the two numbers to the LEFT of each share.
It is not a cash-based ISA but you will receive your capital back in full plus any income or growth provided that the FT-SE 100 index hasn't actually fallen over the five years.
However, bear in mind that the full capital will only be returned if the FT-SE 100 Index has not dropped below the initial point.
The FT-SE 100 index, measuring the share movements of the leading 100 UK companies, began on January 3, 1984, with a starting level set at 1,000.
To get your initial capital back, the average level of the FT-SE 100 Index has to be the same or higher than at the launch of the bond.
'We act for a third of the companies in the FT-SE 100 index, but in the West Midlands many of our clients are SMEs,' he added.
We also fancy a punt on the level of the FT-SE 100 index. Index Direct have quoted us 6066.
The last five weeks have seen the stock markets go through a fairly bumpy patch, with headlines quoting big falls in the FT-SE 100 index on occasion.
CLOSING INDICES FT-SE 100 INDEX 6116.17 down 43.34 ?