TORONTO, Aug. 9 /CNW/ - Standard & Poor's Canadian Index Operations
announces the following index changes:
- On July 31, 2007, shareholders of Energy Metals Corporation (TSX:EMC)
approved the acquisition of the company by sxr Uranium One Inc.
(TSX:SXR). The relative weight of sxr Uranium One will increase in
the S&P/TSX Composite and Capped Composite, the S&P/TSX Equity and
Capped Equity, the S&P/TSX Completion and Equity Completion and the
S&P/TSX Global Mining indices to reflect the issuance of shares as
part of the transaction. The transaction will be effective after the
close on Monday, August 13, 2007.
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