Please find below the constituent changes to the GPR/APREA Indices, which will become effective as of 23 September 2019 (start of trading):
Companies indicated with an asterisk have a REIT or similar status, and will therefore also be included/excluded in/from the GPR/APREA Composite REIT Index.
Reminder: Below are the basic criteria for determining a constituent's entrance or exit from the indices.
- $50Mn minimum free float market capitalization for two consecutive months
- 15% minimum free float factor
- 60% of operational turnover deriving from investment activities and/or development activities
- The Investable 100 and Investable REIT 100 Indices include the 100 stocks with highest trading volume which meet the inclusion criteria
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