These 3 companies join S&P 500
Live Nation Entertainment, Zebra Technologies and Steris join the S&P 500
The S&P 500 has three new members beginning Monday.
The live-concert producer and online-ticket seller Live Nation Entertainment, designer and manufacturer of enterprise-mobile computers Zebra Technologies and medical products and services provider Steris will become the newest members of the S&P 500 on Monday. All three companies have a market capitalization of more than $12 billion.
|ZBRA||ZEBRA TECHNOLOGIES CORP.||278.01||+11.81||+4.44%|
|STE||STERIS PLC (IRELAND)||205.57||+3.13||+1.55%|
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The three companies will replace the global asset management company Affiliated Managers Group, travel search engine TripAdvisor and real estate investment trust Macerich Co, which will enter the S&P MidCap 400.
|AMG||AFFILIATED MANAGERS GROUP INC.||146.26||+4.77||+3.37%|
The S&P MidCap 400 will also see the addition of Grand Canyon Education and Lear Corp. They will replace Oasis Petroleum and Southwestern Energy Co., which will enter the S&P SmallCap 600.
|LOPE||GRAND CANYON EDUCATION||106.77||+2.05||+1.96%|
|SWN||SOUTHWESTERN ENERGY CO.||4.96||+0.23||+4.86%|
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Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals will also join the S&P MidCap 400, trading places with Granite Construction.
|ARWR||ARROWHEAD PHARMACEUTICALS INC.||36.05||+1.38||+3.98%|
|GVA||GRANITE CONSTRUCTION INC.||38.38||+1.91||+5.24%|