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Synonyms for blue chip

a common stock of a nationally known company whose value and dividends are reliable

a blue poker chip with the highest value

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TUESDAY: Three days of gains on the London market came to an end yesterday as bluechip shares fell back.
83 percent at a 3-month low, driven by falls in most bluechips.
Among other bluechips, media shares were enjoying another good session, led by ITV broadcaster Granada which picked up where it left off on Tuesday, again topping the Footsie risers board with a nine per cent rise to 81.
Among key bluechips, SK Telecom rose 72,000 won while Samsung Electronics gained 6,000 won.
MICEX represents Russia's biggest exchange trading foreign currencies, equities, derivatives markets and Russian Government securities, bluechips and a wide range of Russian products.
CHINA STOCKS ENLARGE GAINS AS SMALL CAPS TECH OUTSHINE BLUECHIPS
However, the recently set up index, the KSX 15, which reflects trading in bluechips, went slightly up gaining 0.
Summary: DUBAI -- Dubai's bluechips on Wednesday helped lift the emirate's index to a four-week high, while small-caps fell as investors took position ahead of earnings.
Key bluechips fell heavily, with Samsung Electronics and Pohang Iron and Steel losing 15,500 won and 8,000 won, respectively.
A block of 2,535 seats was sold for 22,688 to BlueChips USA, an Indiana-based developer of a Junior League baseball facility.
The Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) on Friday staged a spectacular rally supported by institutional buying in bluechips.
The KSX 15 index, which reflects trading in bluechips, lost 4.
Summary: DUBAI - Abu Dhabi's bluechips lifted the emirate's main index to a four-month high as they played catch-up to early-year gains on other Gulf markets, but Dubai's rally stalled as investors booked profits in large-cap stocks.
Key bluechips fell with Samsung Electronics losing 13,000 won and SK Telecom 51,000 won.
Sri Lankan shares gained on Friday, helped by foreign buying in bluechips and retail buying in mid caps on earning hopes after bellwether John Keells Holdings posted strong December-quarter earnings, source said to research analyst-PAGE.