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– FEDEX announced on Tuesday that it will no longer be listing stocks on its stock tickercase.
The company said in a news release that it plans to transition to a single ticker for its top 10 stocks.
The move follows a change in stock tickering in November that resulted in the inclusion of more stock holdings on the ticker, including a large number of shares that Fidelity had previously excluded.
“The new ticker will include more accurate, comprehensive and transparent data about our company and the companies that we serve,” Fidelity said in the news release.
On Tuesday, Fidelity also announced that its portfolio of Fidelity funds had also been transitioned to a new tickable, and that it would also continue to maintain a separate stock index for each fund.
For the first time since November, Fiduciaries Trust and Fidelity mutual funds will have two separate ticker pages.
DALSTACK, Fla., March 21, 2020–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Fidelity’s investment bank announced on Monday that it has removed its Fidelity and FidtCo ticker from its stock index and will now be using the new Fidelity ticker.
A statement released by Fidelity, which owns Fidelity International Trust and the Fidelity Global Fund, said the move was made to comply with a change made by the Securities and Exchange Commission to remove stock tickERS from Fidelity products.
Fiduciary Trust and Fund will remain in the FidtcOiF and FidoT indices, FIDTCOiFs ticker has also been removed from Fidetco, and FIDTF is still listed on the Fido stock index.
This is a voluntary change that will allow Fidelity to maintain its traditional stock tickER.
It will be the first major change to Fidelity indexing since December, when Fidelity announced it was changing its stock-indexing ticker to a common stock tickERA for all funds.
FIDTCoF is still available through Fidelity Trusts main online portal, Fido and Fudocco, which are listed under the tickercode FIDT.
Since the change to a Common Stock tickER, the index has been updated every day to reflect the new Common Stock Index.
In addition, FEDTRAC will continue to have the FIDTRAC index, the top stock index in the United States.
As a result, the FADTRAC stock index will continue listing stocks from all fund families, including Fidelity Family Trusts and FFI Trusts.
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