FTSE Group

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FTSE International Ltd.
Type Subsidiary
Industry Finance
Founded 1995
Headquarters 10 Upper Bank Street
London, England, UK
Key people Mark Makepeace, CEO
Products Financial indices
Revenue £42 million GBP (2007)[1]
Net income £3.8 million GBP (2007)[1]
Parent London Stock Exchange Group
Website www.ftse.com

FTSE Group (/ˈfʊts/ FUUT-see) is a British provider of stock market indices and associated data services, wholly owned by the London Stock Exchange[2] and operating out of premises in Canary Wharf.

Products[edit]

FTSE operates the well known FTSE 100 Index and FTSE 250 Index as well as over 200,000 other indices, including 600 real-time indices. There are seven main groups of indices: Global Equity, Regional and Partner, Fixed Income, Real Estate, Alternative Investment, Responsible Investment, and Investment Strategy. Fees from the use of index information and associated services generate revenues necessary to continue operations. FTSE has offices in London, New York, Paris, Frankfurt, Madrid, San Francisco, Beijing, Sydney, Tokyo, and Hong Kong.

History[edit]

The FTSE Group was created in 2002 by Pearson (parent of the Financial Times) and the London Stock Exchange Group. FTSE Japan, based in Tokyo, was launched in 2003. In 2011, Pearson sold its stake to LSE.[3]

Other indices[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b London Stock Exchange 2007, p. 15
  2. ^ FTSE - London Stock Exchange
  3. ^ Halliday, Josh (2011-12-12). "Pearson to sell FTSE stake for £450m". The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077. Retrieved 2014-07-25. 
  4. ^ [1]

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