FTSE 100 Shares - FTSE companies

Ticker Name
AAF Airtel Africa
AAL Anglo American plc
ABDN Abrdn
ABF Associated British Foods
ADM Admiral Group
AHT Ashtead Group
ANTO Antofagasta plc
AUTO Auto Trader Group
AV. Aviva
AZN AstraZeneca
BA. BAE Systems
BARC Barclays
BATS British American Tobacco
BDEV Barratt Developments
BEZ Beazley Group
BKG Berkeley Group Holdings
BME B&M
BNZL Bunzl
BP. BP
BRBY Burberry
BT-A BT Group
CCH Coca-Cola HBC
CNA Centrica
CPG Compass Group
CRDA Croda International
CRH CRH plc
CTEC Convatec
DCC DCC plc
DGE Diageo
EDV Endeavour Mining
ENT Entain
EXPN Experian
FCIT Foreign & Colonial Investment Trust
FLTR Flutter Entertainment
FRAS Frasers Group
FRES Fresnillo plc
GLEN Glencore
GSK GlaxoSmithKline plc
HL. Hargreaves Lansdown
HLMA Halma plc
HLN Haleon
HSBA HSBC
HSX Hiscox
IAG International Airlines Group
IHG IHG Hotels & Resorts
III 3i
IMB Imperial Brands
IMI IMI
INF Informa
ITRK Intertek
JD. JD Sports
JMAT Johnson Matthey
KGF Kingfisher Plc
LAND Land Securities
LGEN Legal & General
LLOY Lloyds Banking Group
LSEG London Stock Exchange Group
MNDI Mondi
MNG M&G
MRO Melrose Industries
NG. National Grid plc
NWG NatWest Group
NXT Next plc
OCDO Ocado Group
PHNX Phoenix Group
PRU Prudential Plc
PSH Pershing Square Holdings
PSN Persimmon plc
PSON Pearson Plc
REL RELX
RIO Rio Tinto
RKT Reckitt
RMV Rightmove
RR. Rolls-Royce Holdings
RS1 RS Group plc
RTO Rentokil Initial
SBRY Sainsbury's
SDR Schroders
SGE Sage Group
SGRO Segro
SHEL Shell Plc
SKG Smurfit Kappa
SMDS DS Smith
SMIN Smiths Group
SMT Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust
SN. Smith & Nephew
SPX Spirax-Sarco Engineering
SSE SSE plc
STAN Standard Chartered
STJ St. James's Place plc
SVT Severn Trent
TSCO Tesco
TW. Taylor Wimpey
ULVR Unilever
UTG Unite Group
UU. United Utilities
VOD Vodafone Group
WEIR Weir Group
WPP WPP plc
WTB Whitbread

The FTSE 100, often referred to as the "Footsie," is the flagship index of the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and a significant benchmark for the UK's stock market performance. Comprising the 100 largest companies listed on the LSE by market capitalization, the FTSE 100 reflects the diverse sectors and industries that drive the British economy.

This index is closely monitored by investors, economists, and policymakers as it provides insights into the overall health of the UK stock market and serves as a reflection of the broader economic landscape. The FTSE 100's composition encompasses sectors ranging from finance, energy, consumer goods, healthcare, technology, and more.

Among the prominent constituents of the FTSE 100 are global giants such as BP, Royal Dutch Shell, and HSBC Holdings. BP and Royal Dutch Shell represent the energy sector, with their operations extending across exploration, production, and distribution of oil and gas. HSBC Holdings, a major player in the finance sector, is an international banking and financial services organization with a vast global network.

Another notable company in the index is Unilever, a leading consumer goods company with a global presence. Unilever's diverse product portfolio includes food, beverages, cleaning agents, and personal care items.

The FTSE 100's performance is influenced by a myriad of factors, including global economic trends, interest rates, political events, and industry-specific developments. Investors often use the index as a gauge of market sentiment and to make informed investment decisions based on its fluctuations.