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David Merkel

My guess is that the S&P committee is scratching its collective head over representativeness issues. What should the index look like when/if things return to normal?

Once they figure out the composition, it shouldn't take them too long to reselect larger replacement candidates, subject to liquidity issues. Trivia note: Is the largest financial in the US markets too illiquid to be included, i.e., Berkshire Hathaway?

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