November 30, 2007 / 8:01 AM / 11 years ago

LSE to replace Invesco in FTSE 100

LONDON (Reuters) - Anglo-U.S. fund management firm Invesco IVZ.L is to exit the FTSE 100 .FTSE to be replaced by London Stock Exchange (LSE) (LSE.L), the world's fourth-largest equity exchange, index compiler FTSE said late on Thursday.

In September, Invesco proposed moving its primary listing to the New York Stock Exchange and this change will come into effect from December 4.

FTSE’s next quarterly index rejig is unaffected and is due to go ahead on December 12.

Reporting by Michael Taylor; Editing by David Holmes

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