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FTSE™ All-Share Indexnoun [S]

uk   us   (also FTSE® All-Share)
STOCK MARKET a ​series of ​numberspublished by the Financial Times® ​newspaper which ​shows the ​changingaveragevalue of the ​shareprices of all ​companies on the London Stock Exchange, and which is used as a ​measure of how well the London ​market is ​performing: This ​fund is a Tracking Fund, which ​follows the ​performance of the FTSE All-Share Index as closely as possible.
(Definition of FTSE™ All-Share Index from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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