FTSE


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Footsie (FTSE)

Financial Times (FT)-Actuaries 100 index: in London. Has the stature of the Dow Jones Industrial Average or the S&P 500 in London.

FTSE

1. A company that researches and publishes thousands of indices tracking securities and other investment vehicles. Created in 1962 as a joint venture between the London Stock Exchange and the Financial Times, the FTSE is particularly famous for maintaining the FTSE 100 Index. It charges fees to companies that make use of its indices, and maintains offices in around 10 cities in financial centers all over the world.

2. Informal for FTSE 100 Index.
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The announcement of JG Summit being removed from a FTSE index would surely continue to be a drag on the PSEi as the stock's weight is 4.
Women account for just six of the CEO positions on FTSE 100 companies and 10 of the CEO positions on the FTSE 250, as of October 2017.
This means that, with continued efforts, FTSE 100 companies are on course to meet the review's 33% target for women on boards by 2020.
The FTSE 100 had a strong start to the session as the pound was still suffering from the Bank of England update yesterday.
Datuk Seri Tajuddin Atan, Chief Executive Office, Bursa Malaysia Berhad said: The inclusion of two new mid and small-cap index into the FTSE Bursa Malaysia Index Series is in line with global trends where investors are now allocating their investment portfolio strategically to the mid and small cap equity segment.
32 percent during April 2016 according to the FTSE NAREIT PureProperty Index Series, which provides the earliest measurement of changes in the market values of properties held for investment purposes.
In the FTSE 250, Talk Talk continued to fall, following on from the announcement of its cyberattack a few weeks ago.
FTSE Deputy Chief Executive Donald Keith said "FTSE is delighted to have been collaborating with the ASEAN Exchanges and to be chosen as the preferred index partner by the ASEAN exchanges.
Mr Donald Keith, Deputy Chief Executive of FTSE, said, "FTSE is delighted to have been collaborating with the ASEAN Exchanges and to be chosen as the preferred index partner by the ASEAN exchanges.
Newly promoted to the FTSE 250 are Merlin Entertainments and estate agency Foxtons.
There is a good weight-of-money argument for the FTSE," said Mumford, whose firm manages 750 mln pounds ($1.
VX) has received a licence from FTSE Group to use its recently launched currency product, FTSE WPU (World Parity Unit).