blue-chip stock

  1. a common stock of a nationally known company whose value and dividends are reliable; typically have high price and low yield
    blue chips are usually safe investments
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  • Blue-chip stocks fell sharply yesterday, as nervy investors caught sight of more gloomy economic data on the US horizon.
  • In contrast to solid blue-chip stocks, growth companies are moderately risky.
  • In London, a host of blue-chip stocks fell back with tech, telecom and banking shares among the main fallers in the City.
  • In most balanced funds, blue-chip stocks and high-quality bonds are the staples.
  • The product is linked to a basket of 24 blue-chip stocks across a broad spectrum of companies and industry sectors.
  • There was heavy buying in major blue-chip stocks, including pharmaceuticals and banking issues.
  • Analysts said stop-loss selling that had aggravated the recent sell-off in blue-chip stocks was continuing, while profit-taking put a brake on recent gainers such as Sharp Corp.
  • Only five blue-chip stocks ended in the red, four of them miners. Times, Sunday Times
  • In real terms this means the vinous equivalent of blue-chip stocks - classed-growth clarets, a very small number of burgundies and Rhone reds, some Italian reds and a handful of rare New World ‘boutique’ wines.
  • You can find great opportunities in stodgy old-fashioned blue-chip stocks. How should you invest in a bad economy? Stocks? Bonds?
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