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The Financial Times Stock Exchange Group (FTSE) is an independent organization that specializes in creating index offerings for the global financial markets. The most well-known of the FTSE's indexes is the FTSE 100, which is composed of blue-chip stocks listed on the [[London Stock Exchange]].
 
The Financial Times Stock Exchange Group (FTSE) is an independent organization that specializes in creating index offerings for the global financial markets. The most well-known of the FTSE's indexes is the FTSE 100, which is composed of blue-chip stocks listed on the [[London Stock Exchange]].
  
The London Stock Exchange Group ([[LSEG]]) owns the FTSE Group as well as Russell Indexes. In May 2015, LSEG combined the two groups to form the brand name FTSE Russell.
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The London Stock Exchange Group ([[LSEG]]) owns the FTSE Group as well as Russell Indexes. In May 2015, LSEG combined the two groups to form the brand name [[FTSE Russell]].
  
 
== History ==
 
== History ==

Latest revision as of 15:28, 28 May 2019

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FTSE
Headquarters London
Products Global Indexes

The Financial Times Stock Exchange Group (FTSE) is an independent organization that specializes in creating index offerings for the global financial markets. The most well-known of the FTSE's indexes is the FTSE 100, which is composed of blue-chip stocks listed on the London Stock Exchange.

The London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) owns the FTSE Group as well as Russell Indexes. In May 2015, LSEG combined the two groups to form the brand name FTSE Russell.

History

Products and Services

Key People

References