FTSE

A joint venture between the Financial Times (F-T) and London Stock Exchange (S-E) that produces lists of UK company share prices. The lists show performance of different companies in different industry sectors.
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FTSE

A publisher of indices, including the most widely used in the UK....more on FTSE
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FTSE

An index of the share prices of the 100 largest companies (by market capitalisation) in the UK.
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ftse

Financial Times Stock Exchange, the name of several London Stock Market equity indices such as the FTSE 100, FTSE 250 etc.
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FTSE

Financial Times/Stock Exchange indices, provided by FTSE International Ltd.
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FTSE

FTSE stands for Financial Times Stock Exchange.The term is used to describe the main equity market in the UK. The FTSE is actually several weighted average indices that are used to measure the performance of its component stocks. For example example the FTSE-100 includes the top 100 companies listed in the UK by market capitalisation.
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FTSE

The sole provider of market indices in UK, the FTSE group is a British institution, and has equivalents in the Dow Jones in the US, and the CAC 40 in France.
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