Financial Times All-Share Index

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Financial Times All-Share Index

An index tracking approximately 600 publicly-traded companies listed on the London Stock Exchange and representing approximately 98% of the LSE's market capitalization. Like many other FTSE indices, it is calculated in real time, with prices updated every 15 seconds. Each quarter, the FTSE reevaluates the companies tracked on the index and makes necessary adjustments to ensure that it represents the correct companies. It includes all companies tracked by the FTSE 100, the FTSE 250, and the FTSE Small Cap. It is weighted for market capitalization.

Financial Times All-Share Index

see SHARE PRICE INDEX.

Financial Times All-Share Index

see SHARE PRICE INDEX.
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For the six months to the end of June, the trust's NAV total return was 6.9%, compared to the FTSE All-World Index, which returned 16.4%, and the FTSE All-Share adding at 13.0%.
The FTSE all-share firm benefitted from cooler conditions than last year throughout May and June.
In the U.K., it's 305 hours to buy one share of the FTSE All-Share Index.
and ISAs but bring returns But if they'd invested their money in the FTSE All-Share index through a Stocks and Shares ISA instead, they would have accrued a total of PS194,665 (with average annual charges of 1.4%) - some PS41,474 more.
and the EU, London's FTSE All-Share index is down about 13% this year on Brexit worries and some stocks, such as G4S (GFSZY), have suffered an even harder pounding, Vito Racanelli writes in this week's edition of Barron's.
As a result the five-year increase in the Liv-Ex is, at 21.5 per cent, below the 35 per cent of a FTSE All-Share tracker.
By comparison, the FTSE AIM All-share index increasing by 24% in the last year and the FTSE All-Share index by 9%.
"With over one fifth of the FTSE All-Share having faced large shareholder opposition in 2017, a significant number of companies need to seriously start listening to shareholder views and acting on them."
It seeks to achieve a long term shareholders' total return in excess of the FTSE All-Share Total Return Index and maintain a progressive annual yield.
The FTSE All-Share Index total return is just over 1.6 per cent, overseas equities have delivered 4.1 per cent, mostly thanks to the strength of the US dollar, while UK Gilts have managed a measly 0.8 per cent return.
The EURO STOXX 50 price ended 0.07 per cent higher at 3,490.53, while FTSE all-share index ended 0.38 per cent higher at 3,724.45.