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All tables are based on LSE's Close Of Business prices as of Fridays at 16:30 GMT/BST.
EPICs used are standard LSE definitions. FTSE 100 EPICs are
Share names are commonly used descriptive names.
Sector names used are as per "The Financial Times".
All prices and dividends are quoted in pence.
If yields were originally quoted in dollars, then they are converted using the dollar 'COB' exchange rate.
If either the Pence Dividend Amount or Dividend Cover is red, then it has reduced since last time. If either are blue, then it has increased.
Yields are calculated to 2 decimal places using 'COB' dividends and prices.
If the closing price is red, then it is currently trading at its year low. If the closing price is blue, then it is currently trading at its year high. In either case, the Close v High or Close v Low ratios will also show 0.0%. Close v High or Low is the 'COB' price divided by its year high or low, expressed as a percentage to 1 decimal place. These figures can be used to identify where a share is currently trading relative to its high or low points.
Yield tables are sorted in descending order to 2 decimal places. Where shares do not produce dividends, they appear at the end of the table in alphabetical EPIC order.
P/E tables are sorted in ascending order to 1 decimal place.
FTSE350 tables are a combination of the FTSE100 and FTSE250 tables.
The FTSE350 Market Capitalisation table is sorted in descending order of current MCaps and is calculated from 'COB' prices.
The Highest and Lowest MCap column shows the MCap range achieved based on this and last year's figures.
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