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took place after market close on March 18 with the changes going
into effect after market close on March 29. Additions to the index
as a result of the reconstitution include AbbVie, NextEra, BlackRock, ServiceNow, AutoZone, Synchrony Financial, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Twilio, SS&C Technologies. Deletions from the index as a result of the reconstitution include American Airlines, ABIOMED, Comcast, JP Morgan, Markel, Nasdaq, ResMed, Take Two Interactive and United Continental Holdings.
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