FTSE index – constituents

What is FTSE index constituents table?

FTSE index constituents table provides detailed price information on each constituent in an index. You will be able to access the company/issuer profile of a constituent by clicking either the code or name of a constituent .

The FTSE constituents are reviewed every quarter. At each review some companies will exit and other will enter, this impacts share price and is a busy day of trading.

What is the default display?

By default, you will see a complete list of all the constituents available in the index sorted by the daily change percentage in the price of security/instrument [highest - lowest].

Which information do you find on the FTSE index constituents table?

You will see the below information of listed companies/instruments which are available in an index.

  • Company - Company logo of the security/instrument issuer.
  • Code - A short, unique code used to identify UK-listed securities/instruments. Also known as Tradable Instrument Display Mnemonics (TIDM) or ticker. Click on the column header to sort your results in alphabetical order (A-Z or Z-A).
  • Name - Name of the the security/instrument. Click on the column header to sort your results in alphabetical order (A-Z or Z-A).
  • Market capital (£m) - Market capital of the security/instrument issuer. Click on the column header to sort your results either highest - lowest or lowest - highest.
  • Price - Price of the security/instrument. This is the last automatic trade, the last uncrossing price or the mid-price of the best bid and offer prices available for the instrument. Click on the column header to sort your results either highest - lowest or lowest - highest.
  • Change % - The daily change percentage in the price of the security/instrument, i.e. the difference between the displayed price of an instrument and the last close price as a percentage. Click on the column header to sort your results either highest - lowest or lowest - highest.