FTSE 100

What companies are in the FTSE 100?

FTSE 100 constituents listed by sector. The FTSE 100 Index is made up of the largest 100 UK listed companies by market capitalisation.

The FTSE 100 is a market capitalisation weighted index of UK-listed blue chip companies and contains some of the biggest companies in the world.

Market capitalisation, often referred to as market cap, is the total value of all outstanding shares in a company. To calculate the market cap of a company, you multiply the number of outstanding shares by their price. 

Index provider FTSE Russell reviews all indexes on a quarterly basis, in March, June, September and December to see if any members should be demoted or promoted.

FTSE 100 March 2022 Reshuffle

  • FTSE 100 New Entrants
  • Endeavour Mining (EDV) – Promoted from FTSE 250
  • Howden Joinery Group (HWDN) – Promoted from FTSE 250
  • FTSE 100 Exits
  • Evraz (EVR) – Demoted to FTSE 250
  • Polymental (POLY) – Demoted to FTSE 250

Below is a list of the current FTSE 100 constituents by sector.

Aerospace & Defence

  • BAE Systems (BA)
  • Meggitt (MGGT)
  • Rolls-Royce Holdings (RR)

Asset Managers

  • M&G (MNG)

Automobiles & Parts

  • Melrose Industries (MRO)

Banks

Beverages

  • Coca-Cola HBC (CCH)
  • Diageo (DGE)

Chemicals

  • Croda International (CRDA)

Construction & Materials

  • CRH (CRH)

Electricity

  • SSE (SSE)

Electronic & Electrical Equipment

  • Halma (HLMA)

Equity Investment Instruments

  • Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust (SMT)

Financial Services

  • 3i (III)
  • Abrdn (ABDN)
  • Hargreaves Lansdown (HL)
  • London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG)
  • Pershing Square Holdings (PSH)
  • Schroders (SDR)
  • St. James’s Place (STJ)

Food & Drug Retailers

  • Ocado Group (OCDO)
  • Sainsbury’s (SBRY)
  • Tesco (TSCO)

Food Producers

  • Associated British Foods (ABF)

Forestry & Paper

  • Mondi (MNDI)

Gas, Water & Utilities

  • National Grid (NG)
  • Severn Trent (SVT)
  • United Utilities (UU)

General Industrials

  • DS Smith (SMDS)
  • Smiths Group (SMIN)
  • Smurfit Kappa (SKG)

General Retailers

  • JD Sports (JD)
  • Next (NXT)

Health Care / Health Care Equipment & Services

  • Dechra Pharmaceuticals (DHP)
  • Smith & Nephew (SN)

Household Goods & Home Construction

  • Barratt Developments (BDEV)
  • Berkeley Group Holdings (BGK)
  • Persimmon (PSN)
  • Reckitt (RKT)
  • Taylor Wimpey (TW)
  • Howden Joinery Group (HWDN)

Industrial Engineering

  • Spirax-Sarco Engineering (SPX)

Industrial Transportation

  • Royal Mail (RMG)

Industrials

  • Electrocomponents (ECM)

Investment Services

  • Intermediate Capital Group (ICP)

Life Insurance

Media

  • Auto Trader Group (AUTO)
  • Informa (INF)
  • ITV (ITV)
  • Pearson (PSON)
  • RELX (REL)
  • Rightmove (RMV)
  • WPP (WPP)

Mining

Mobile Telecommunications

  • Vodafone Group (VOD)

Nonlife Insurance

  • Admiral Group (ADM)

Oil & Gas Producers

Personal Goods

Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology

  • AstraZeneca (AZN)
  • GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)
  • Hikma Pharmaceuticals (HIK)

Real Estate Investment Trusts

  • British Land (BLND)
  • Land Securities (LAND)
  • Segro (SRGO)

Retail hospitality

  • Whitbread (WTD)

Retailers

  • B&M (BME)
  • Kingfisher (KGF)

Software & Computer Services

  • Avast (AVST)
  • Aveva (AVV)
  • Sage Group (SGE)

Support Services

  • Ashtead Group (AHT)
  • Bunzl (BNZL)
  • Compass Group (CPG)
  • DCC (DCC)
  • Experian (EXPN)
  • Ferguson (FERG)
  • Intertek (ITRK)
  • Rentokil Initial (RTO)

Telecommunications

  • BT Group (BT-A)
  • Airtel Africa (AAF)

Tobacco

  • British American Tobacco (BATS)
  • Imperial Brands (IMB)

Travel & Leisure

  • Entain (ENT)
  • Flutter Entertainment (FLTR)
  • IHG Hotels & Resorts (IHG)
  • International Airlines Group (IAG)

As of March 2022, the largest company on the FTSE 100 by market cap is Shell plc.

The FTSE 100 is traded each trading day on the London Stock Exchange between 08:00 am and 16:30 pm GMT.

List last updated March 11 2022.


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