Semi-annual review of FTSE4Good indices: 42 new companies added, 24 removed

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8 September 2005

Semi-Annual Review of the FTSE4Good Indices

Author: FTSE4Good

[In] the September 2005 review of the FTSE4Good global index series...An additional 42 companies worldwide have met the index criteria...The largest number of new companies is from the UK (15). Globally, 24 companies will be removed from the index as they no longer meet the criteria. Most of these deletions (18) are from the US and are due to the environmental criteria.

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1 September 2005

[PDF] full report: "Semi-Annual Review of the FTSE4Good Indices"

Author: FTSE4Good

[Companies removed from FTSE4Good index series for failing to meet environmental criteria: Amsouth Bancorporation, Bank of New York, BB&T, Charles Schwab, Emporiki Bank of Greece, Fifth Third Bancorp, First Horizon National, Freeport-McMoRan, Georgia-Pacific, Harrah's Entertainment, Keycorp, National City, Scientific-Atlanta, Synovus Financial, St Joe Co., Unite Group, Wolverhampton & Dudley Breweries, Tribune Company, US Bancorp, VF Corp, Walgreen, Woolworths Group. Company removed for not meeting supply chain criteria: Liberty Media Company removed for activity in excluded sector (nuclear): Furukawa Electric. New additions to FTSE4Good index series: Commonwealth Property Office Fund; Investa Property, H. Lundbeck, Bic, Credit Agricole, Gecina, Guichard-Perrachon Casino, HeidelbergCement, Hong Kong Exchange & Clearing, Li & Fung, Terna, Japan Airlines, Shimadzu, Takeda, RTL Group, BRISA, PT Multimedia, Grupo Ferrovial, Holmen, Straumann Holding, Syngenta, Swatch, A & J Mucklow, Abbot Group, First Choice Holidays, Hays, Interserve, Low & Bonar, Marshalls, Rathbone Brothers, Somerfield, St. Ives, T & F Informa Group, Maiden Gruop, UMECO, White Young Green, William Hill, Accenture, CenturyTel, Cinergy, MCI, Telewest Global]

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