Specialty chemicals firm Croda International
The changes were confirmed by a FTSE committee on Wednesday, using the closing share prices from Tuesday, and will be effective from after the market close on Friday, March 16.
Companies outside the FTSE 100 that grow to rank among the 90 largest by market capitalisation are automatically promoted to the blue-chip index, while the FTSE 100 firms with the lowest value, or that fall to 111th spot or below, drop into the FTSE Midcap 250 index <.FTMC>.
Four other changes will be made to the FTSE 250 index, FTSE said, with commodity stocks Avocet Mining
Going the other way, Allied Gold Mining
(Editing by Jon Loades-Carter)