Three groups have joined the FTSE 100 following the latest review of the blue-chip index.
Heating and plumbing distributor Wolseley, global private equity firm 3i Group and the London Stock Exchange Group have all been added to the list.
They replace coal-fired power plant Drax Group, Costa Coffee owner Whitbread and Amlin, a Lloyds of London insurance and reinsurance group.
All changes will take effect as of the start of trading on 22 June.IFAonline
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