The FTSE index's last quarterly reshuffle of this year has rolled round, and it could conclude with a bang, as reports suggest embattled high street supermarket Morrison will be given the shove.
So which companies went where this year?
In March, medical giant Hikma Pharmaceuticals made its way into the FTSE 100, while Tullow Oil dropped out of the blue-chip index.
AA, Imagination Technologies Group and Virgin Money entered the FTSE 250. Their rise came at the expense of embattled oil producer Afren, video game retailer Game Digital and high-tech manufacturer Oxford Instruments.
Satellite maker Inmarsat will replace the company, which in recent months has been hit by the strength of the pound.
The FTSE 250 entrances were biopharmaceutical company Circassia, P2P Global Investments and cyber security giant Sophos. Meanwhile, marine engineers Fisher (James) & Sons, platinum producer Lonmin and electronics company Premier Farnell dropped out.