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Blog | Hanging in the rebalance: What to expect for FTSE GEIS in March

At the open of March 18, 2019, FTSE Russell’s semiannual rebalance of its flagship global equity indexes, the FTSE Global Equity Index Series (FTSE GEIS) and derived indexes, including the well- known FTSE All-World Index, will take effect.

During this rules-based process, the entire index series—which includes over 16,000 large, mid, small, and micro cap securities from 49 developed and emerging countries—will be refreshed to reflect changes that have occurred to the global equity landscape since the last rebalance.

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