Suez enters the Stoxx 50 European index
The Stoxx Committee (Dow Jones) has announced today that Suez will enter the European benchmark index Stoxx 50.
PARIS, Sept. 4, 2001 — The Stoxx Committee (Dow Jones) has announced today that Suez will enter the European benchmark index Stoxx 50. This decision will become effective as of September 24, 2001.
Suez is already included in the main international indexes: EAFE (MSCI), Eurostoxx (Dow Jones), FTSE 100 (FTSE) and CAC 40. The entry in the Stoxx 50 confirms Suez's ranking among the top European market capitalizations.
Because of the significant size of its publicly traded market capitalization, Suez is the only French share of its sector to be represented in the main international indexes.
The fact that the Suez share is included in the Stoxx 50 index increases Suez's visibility and the liquidity of its share.
Suez is a global services Group, active in promoting sustainable development, providing global solutions in energy, water and waste services for businesses, individuals, and municipalities. Suez has 190,000 employees and is present in more than 130 countries. In 2000, the Group generated revenues of EUR 34.6 billion, 49 % of which outside its domestic markets of France and Belgium.
For more information, visit http://www.suez.fr.