Albemarle takeover target Liontown Resources has replaced retailer Harvey Norman Holdings in the ASX 100.
Raleigh Finlayson's Genesis Minerals will be added to the ASX 200 and ASX 300 after its market capitalisation grew to A$1.65 billion after a big raising associated with the acquisition of St Barbara's Leonora assets.
Shares in Genesis have rallied from $1.18 to $1.635 in the past two months since taking ownership and becoming a gold producer.
Ramelius Resources is the other addition to the ASX 200 with its shares rising by more than 48% so far this year.
The gold miner was in the ASX 200 previously but was removed in the March rebalance.
Graphite miner Syrah Resources, which took Ramelius' place in the ASX 200 in March, will be removed.
The company's share price has fallen from over A$2 at the start of the year to 57.5c on Friday.
Lithium developer Lake Resources will also lose its ASX 200 spot. The stock has lost nearly 80% of its value since January after the company delayed first production by six years.
Joining the ASX 300 is lithium market darling Patriot Battery Metals, gold producer Emerald Resources, high-purity alumina play Alpha HPA and coal miner Stanmore Resources.
Dropping out is St Barbara, copper miner 29Metals, cobalt producer Jervois Global and boron developer 5E Advanced Materials.
The changes will take effect prior to the open of the market on September 18.