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Financial Times (F T) Actuaries indexes

Share price indexes for U.K. companies The denominator in the index formula is the market capitalization at the base date, adjusted for all capital changes affecting the particular index since the base date. See: Footsie (FTSE) (pronounced footsie).



Financial Times (F T) Actuaries indexes

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