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Friday 28 July, 2000

FTSE

Queensborough Holdings

FTSE
28 July 2000


Queensborough Holdings PLC: Offer by Cloudburst Holdings Limited Wholly
                            Unconditional
                       Changes in FTSE Indexes


Following the offer for Queensborough Holdings PLC by Cloudburst
Holdings Limited being declared wholly unconditional, FTSE announces
the following changes:


INDEX                     CHANGE                        EFFECTIVE FROM
                                                        START OF TRADING
                                                        ON:
                                                        
FTSE All-Small            Queensborough Holdings        31 July 2000
                          (0716761) will be deleted.

FTSE Fledgling            Queensborough Holdings will   31 July 2000
                          be deleted.



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