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Dixons and Capita to drop out of FTSE 100

Published on Wednesday 1st of March 2017 08:06:23 PM in BBC

Dixons Carphone and Capita are to be relegated from the FTSE 100 index after their shares fell sharply in the last quarter.Their places will be taken by Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust and Rentokil.The companies included in the UK's top tier index are reviewed every quarter and ...

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    48
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