B&M set to enter FTSE 100 as pandemic sales climb

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B&M will bump ITV out of the FTSE 100 in a quarterly reshuffle as the discount retailer’s market value rose by nearly a quarter during the year.

The value retailer is set to formally enter the FTSE 100 on September 21 after its market close value on Tuesday of £4.75bn put it comfortably above the threshold required to enter the ranking.

Index manager FTSE Russell has confirmed that B&M will be the only company to be promoted in the quarterly reshuffle, while ITV will be the only relegation between the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 indexes respectively.

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