FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 Quarterly Review – December 2016

After market close on 30 November 2016 FTSE Russell confirmed the following changes to the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 indices. The changes will be implemented at the close Friday, 16 December 2016 and take effect from the start of trading on Monday, 19 December 2016.

FTSE 100

Joining: ConvaTec Group [CTEC],  Smurfit Kappa [SKG]

Leaving: Polymetal International [POLY], Travis Perkins [TPK]

FTSE 250

Joining: Ferrexpo [FXPO], NewRiver REIT [NRR], Nostrum Oil & Gas [NOG], Polymetal International [POLY], Travis Perkins [TPK]

Leaving: Countrywide [CWD], DFS Furniture [DFS], Laird [LRD], NCC Group [NCC], Smurfit Kappa [SKG]

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Stocks with the worst recent annual performance

The following table shows the 13 FTSE All-Share stocks that have had the highest number of consecutive negative annual returns to end 2014. The last column gives the number of years of consecutive negative returns.

For example, First Group has not had an up year since 2007, and so has had seven consecutive years of negative returns up to 2014.

Company TIDM Index Consec -ve Yrs
FirstGroup FGP FTSE Mid 250 7
Tesco TSCO FTSE 100 5
Aquarius Platinum Ltd AQP FTSE Small Cap 5
Hardy Oil & Gas HDY FTSE Small Cap 5
BlackRock Latin American Investment Trust BRLA FTSE Small Cap 4
Anglo American AAL FTSE 100 4
BlackRock World Mining Trust BRWM FTSE Mid 250 4
Anglo Pacific Group APF FTSE Small Cap 4
Premier Oil PMO FTSE Mid 250 4
City Natural Resources High Yield Trust CYN FTSE Small Cap 4
BlackRock Commodities Income Investment Trust BRCI FTSE Small Cap 4
Ferrexpo FXPO FTSE Small Cap 4
Hansard Global HSD FTSE Small Cap 4

 

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Industrial Metals & Mining sector monthly seasonality analysis

The 2013 edition of the Almanac looks at the historic monthly performance of the FTSE 350 sectors. Here we look at the Industrial Metals & Mining sector.

The following chart plots the average out-performance of the FTSE 350 Industrial Metals & Mining sector over the FTSE 100 Index by month since 1999. For example, since 1999 on average the sector has out-performed the FTSE 100 Index by 12.0 percentage points in January.

NB. This sector currently comprises only two stock. There is no historic data for two periods of a few months when the sector had no constituents.

Observations:

  1. The strongest month has been January – the sector has under-performed the market only three times in January since 1999.
  2. The weakest month has been September – the sector has out-performed the market only four times in September since 1999.

The two stocks in the FTSE 350 Industrial Metals & Mining sector [NMX1730] are-

Evraz [EVR]
Ferrexpo [FXPO]
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FTSE 350 share performance in 1H 2013

The following table shows the top ten performing shares in the FTSE 350 Index for the first six months of 2013.

Company TIDM Chng 1H 2013(%)
Ocado Group 244.3
Thomas Cook Group 210.7
Xaar 180.3
easyJet 69.3
Bank of Georgia Holdings 62.1
CSR 61.5
3i Group 55.4
Ted Baker 53.0
Ashtead Group 51.4
Barratt Developments 49.1

And the following table shows the worst ten performing shares in the FTSE 350 Index for the first six months of 2013.

Company TIDM Chng 1H 2013(%)
African Barrick Gold Ltd -78.2
Hochschild Mining -68.0
Kazakhmys -66.7
Evraz -62.7
Polymetal International -61.4
Fresnillo -52.2
Ferrexpo -47.0
FirstGroup -43.5
Antofagasta -40.0
Anglo American -33.2

 

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