How three companies became the market’s biggest shareholders | Charts that Count

Companies bundling stocks together in ‘index funds’ have now become publicly traded firms’ largest shareholders. The FT explains why the rise of the ‘big three’ firms, Vanguard, Blackrock and State Street, may be cause for concern.

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