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FTSE Russell announces 2019 Russell US Indexes Reconstitution schedule

FTSE Russell today announced the 2019 schedule for the annual reconstitution of its Russell US Indexes. The Russell annual index rebalance process, closely watched by market participants, is designed to capture and reflect market shifts from the past year to ensure the Russell US indexes continue to accurately reflect the US equity market.

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FTSE UK Index Series – Indicative Quarterly Review Changes March 2019


FTSE Russell, the global index provider, advises of the following indicative changes to the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 based on data as at Friday 22 February 2019.

PLEASE NOTE: The actual review of the FTSE UK Index Series will be conducted using data as at market close on Tuesday 26 February 2019. Confirmed rebalance changes will be announced after market close on Wednesday 27 February 2019.

Indicative FTSE 100 Additions (in alphabetical order)

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FTSE Russell introduces Market Based Allocation Index Series

FTSE Russell today introduced the FTSE Market Based Allocation Index Series. The new series initially comprises five indexes designed for use by the US wealth management and financial advisory community and other multi-asset investors, bridging a gap in index coverage for this important and growing market and demonstrating FTSE Russell’s continued expansion of its multi-asset capabilities.

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Information Services Division Leadership Appointments


  • Waqas Samad Appointed Group Director, Information Services Division
  • Mark Makepeace Appointed Non-Executive Chairman, Information Services Division

London Stock Exchange Group (“LSEG”, “the Group”) today announces that Waqas Samad is appointed Group Director of the Information Services Division (“ISD”) and a member of the LSEG Executive Committee, effective immediately. He will report to David Schwimmer, CEO, LSEG.  

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