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.

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