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blue chip

1. n. stock shares of a large company that has a high value. (Securities markets.) The blue chips took another nose dive in today’s trading.
2. mod. having to do with the stock of large, valuable companies. (Securities markets.) The blue chip rally ran for a third day.
See also: blue, chip
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This is a testament to the high quality, client-focused staff at Blue Chip, who are experienced with helping customers of a particular size achieve their goals by providing solutions that really work for them.
The remaining third of Blue Chip is held by English private investors.
Figure 1 is a scatter diagram with triangles showing the relation between the consensus GDP growth forecasts made by the FOMC between 1983 and 1994 and those made by the Blue Chip economists during the same period.
Casual observation suggests that the Green Book forecast represents FOMC central tendency as well as the Blue Chip consensus does.
The existing management team are entirely focused on growing Blue Chip Holidays into the leading, premium provider of self-catering holidays in the U.
Turning to IT partner Blue Chip to provide advocacy on the best solution, Blue Chip suggested utilising their Private Cloud platform.
They filed a counter lawsuit in the matter, claming the Blue Chip suit is the latest in a series of moves to bilk the Hadars out of more money from the 1 E.
DENVER -- In preparation for its reorganization into Westcore Blue Chip Fund, the Directors of Blue Chip Value Fund, Inc.
com)-- Blue Chip, the South's leading IT Services and Solutions organisation, has predicted that the trend in Managed IT Services will continue to grow in the next financial year.
Another blue chip company has also leased space at 300 Atrium Drive.
A group of investors is trying to turn Blue Chip Stamps into something a lot more valuable than a toaster or a blender - shares of billionaire Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc.
Also on February 8, 2011, the Blue Chip Value Fund's Board of Directors terminated the Dividend Reinvestment and Cash Purchase Plan (the "Plan").
com)-- Leading IT Services provider Blue Chip continues to go from strength to strength, with major client wins and investment in further developing its portfolio of managed IT services.
Portfolio managers, already dizzy from stocks' high valuations, have to put that money to work, so they invest conservatively in high-profile, blue chip names, Wachtel said.