PVH is the S&P 500's' newest component. The company's stock replaces that of Big Lots on the bellwether index. Formerly, PVH was a component of the same organization's MidCap 400 index; its place will be taken by Big Lots.

PVH, a clothing manufacturer headquartered in New York, will also occupy a spot on the S&P 500's apparel, accessories, and luxury goods sub-industry index.

S&P did not specify when these changes would take place. In the past year, the company's stock has outperformed the index, advancing 55% against the S&P 500's 12%.

The article PVH Joins the S&P 500 originally appeared on Fool.com.

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