Euronext announces annual review results of the Bel® Family Indices

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Brussels 10 March 2021 Euronext today announced the annual review of the BEL 20®, BEL Mid® and BEL Small® indices. The changes due to the review will be effective from Monday 22 March 2021.

Results of the March 2021 review:

BEL 20®

Inclusion of:

Exclusion of:

Elia

Barco

Melexis

ING Groep NV

BEL Mid®

Inclusion of:

Exclusion of:

Barco

Elia

 

Melexis

BEL Small®

Inclusion of:

Exclusion of:

Hyloris

none

Nyrstar

 

In the event of a take-over or other exceptional circumstances, the Independent Supervisor of the indices has the right to revise the selection during the period before the effective date of the review.

Review of the BEL Family

The BEL Family is reviewed quarterly in June, September and December. The full annual review is in March. The June, September and December reviews of the BEL 20® serve to include new entrants in case the index consists of less than the standard number of constituents and to facilitate inclusion of highly ranked non-constituents, for example recently listed companies.

Next Index Steering Committee review: 9 June 2021.

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