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FTSE SET Index Series December semi-annual review

·         No changes to FTSE SET Large Cap

·         Two additions to the FTSE SET Mid-Cap Index

·         Six additions to the FTSE SET Shariah Index

Bangkok, Hong Kong, December 17, 2013 – FTSE Group (“FTSE”), the award-winning global index provider and the Stock Exchange of Thailand (“SET”) announce today that there are no changes to the FTSE SET Large Cap Index following the semi-annual review of the FTSE SET Index Series.

The FTSE SET Index Series is reviewed semi-annually by the independent FTSE SET Advisory Committee. The committee is made up of leading local and international market professionals who approve all index changes and ensure that the index review fully complies with a set of highly transparent and publicly available index rules.

A summary of constituent changes to all FTSE SET indices is below:
Indices                                                       Additions                              Deletions

FTSE SET Large Cap Index                           0                                               0
FTSE SET Mid Cap Index                              2                                              0
FTSE SET Small Cap Index                          12                                              3
FTSE SET All-Share Index                            13                                             2
FTSE SET Fledgling Index                               7                                             5
FTSE SET Shariah Index                                 6                                            14
Full details of additions and deletions can be found at

All constituent changes will take effect before the start of trading on 23 December 2013.  The next review will take place on 6 June 2014.

Further information on the FTSE SET Index Series including ground rules is available at and

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