FTSE aiming to thrive under new benchmark regulation

China, environment and risk factors among top themes

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Sudir Raju, FTSE

On September 3, the FTSE 100 reached a milestone, touching a 14-year intraday high and capping a remarkable recovery from its post-financial crisis lows. Two weeks earlier, FTSE announced that exchange-traded funds (ETFs) tracking its China indexes had reached $20 billion in assets under management (AUM). Ask any index watcher which news is more significant, and they will probably point to China.

Chinese equities are seemingly the apple of every investor's eye. A China-tracking ETF from iShares

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