FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 Quarterly Review – June 2017

After market close on 31 May 2017 FTSE Russell confirmed the following changes to the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 indices. The changes will be implemented at the close Friday, 16 June 2017 and take effect from the start of trading on Monday, 19 June 2017.

FTSE 100

Joining: G4S [GFS], Segro [SGRO]

Leaving: Hikma Pharmaceuticals [HIK], Intu Properties [INTU]

FTSE 250

Joining: Coats Group [COA], FDM Group Holdings [FDM]. Melrose Industries [MRO], Pershing Square Holdings[PSH], Sirius Minerals [SXX], TBC Bank Group [TBCG]

Leaving: Allied Minds [ALM], AO World [AO.], BH Macro (GBP) [BHMG], Debenhams [DEB], Keller [KLR], SVG Capital [SVI]

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Shares that like/dislike August

Shares that like August

The following table lists the five FTSE 350 shares that have the best returns in August over the last ten years. For example, Fisher (James) & Sons has an average return of 10.1% for the month of August. Each stock has risen in at least nine of the past ten years in August – Fisher (James) & Sons is the only stock in the FTSE 350 whose shares have risen every August in the past ten years.

Company TIDM Avg(%)
Fisher (James) & Sons 10.1
Keller Group 5.2
Bunzl 5.1
Centrica 4.5
Tesco 3.1

A portfolio of these five stocks would have out-performed the FTSE 350 Index in August every year over the last ten years with an average out-performance of 4.9 percentage points each August.

Shares that dislike August

The following table lists the three FTSE 350 shares that have the worst returns in August over the last ten years. For example, Pennon Group has an average return of -3.2% for the month of August. All three stocks have fallen in at least eight of the past ten years in August.

Company TIDM Avg(%)
Pennon Group -3.2
Rio Tinto -2.6
Investec -1.7

A portfolio of these three stocks would have under-performed the FTSE 350 Index in August in eight of the  last ten years with an average under-performance of 3.1 percentage points each August.

 

 

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