FTSE MIB

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The FTSE MIB (Milano Italia Borsa) (the S&P/MIB prior to June 2009) is the benchmark stock market index for the Borsa Italiana, the Italian national stock exchange, which superseded the MIB-30 in September 2004. The index consists of the 40 most-traded stock classes on the exchange. The index was administered by Standard & Poor's from its inception until June 2009, when this responsibility was passed to FTSE Group, which is 100% owned by the Borsa Italiana's parent company London Stock Exchange Group.

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Eligibility

FTSE MIB 1992–2012

For companies to be eligible on the index:[1]

Components

The following 40 listings make up the index following the quarterly review effective 19 December 2011, which saw Salvatore Ferragamo replace Fondiaria-Sai.[2]

CompanyICB SectorTicker symbol
A2Aconventional electricityA2A
Ansaldo STStransportation servicesSTS
Assicurazioni Generalifull line insuranceG
Atlantiatransportation servicesATL
Autogrillrestaurants and barsAGL
Azimut Holdingasset managersAZM
Banca Monte dei Paschi di SienabanksBMPS
Banca Popolare dell'Emilia RomagnabanksBPE
Banca Popolare di MilanobanksPMI
Banco PopolarebanksBP
Buzzi Unicembuilding materials and fixturesBZU
Campari Groupdistillers and vintnersCPR
DiaSorinmedical equipmentDIA
Enelconventional electricityENEL
Enel Green Poweralternative electricityEGPW
Eniintegrated oil and gasENI
Exorspecialty financeEXO
FiatautomobilesF
Fiat Industrialcommercial vehicles and trucksFI
FinmeccanicadefenseFNC
Impregiloheavy constructionIPG
Intesa SanpaolobanksISP
LottomaticagamblingLTO
Luxotticaclothing and accessoriesLUX
Mediasetbroadcasting and entertainmentMS
MediobancabanksMB
Mediolanumlife insuranceMED
Parmalatfood productsPLT
PirellitiresPC
Prysmianelectrical components and equipmentPRY
Saipemoil equipment and servicesSPM
Salvatore Ferragamoclothing and accessoriesSFER
Snam Rete Gasgas distributionSRG
STMicroelectronicssemiconductorsSTM
Telecom Italiafixed line telecommunicationsTIT
Tenarisiron and steelTEN
Ternaconventional electricityTRN
Tod'sfootwearTOD
UBI BancabanksUBI
UniCreditbanksUCG

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