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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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65% on late bargain-hunting in selected bluechips, brokers said.
2 /PRNewswire/ -- Asian share markets closed broadly higher today as falling crude oil prices sparked a buying frenzy for selected bluechips.
51% higher at the end of trade, pushed up by bargain hunting in selected bluechips following China's strong third-quarter economic growth figures, dealers said.
57% due to buying foreign support in selected bluechips as fears faded over oil prices, analysts said.
19 per cent in slow trade with investors taking profits in selected bluechips.
47 percent amid bargain hunting in selected bluechips, including Philippine Long Distance Telephone, brokers said.
3% due to bargain-hunting in selected financial and electronics bluechips, brokers said.
93%, dragged by falls in bluechips, including Samsung Electronics, brokers said.
Selling pressure was on low-value shares while bluechips were subjected to selective purchasing.
Mumbai: Equity benchmarks Sensex and Nifty hit new life-time highs on Friday but retreated on profit-booking in bluechips, including ICICI Bank, Wipro and Tata Motors, to log their first drop in nine sessions.
Buying momentum however has continued with focus shifting from bluechips like Emr Properties to small-cap stocks - a signal retail investors have started dominating trade.
Summary: DUBAI -- Arabtec rebounded on Wednesday after the builder changed some of the terms of a proposed capital hike that had sent its shares tumbling, while Egypt's index ended a five-session rally as bluechips slid.
The real estate bluechips, due for a merger, ended mixed.
18 /PRNewswire/ -- Asian share markets closed broadly higher today as the modest gains on Wall Street last night triggered buying interest in selected bluechips.
Managing director Pawan Kenth said: 'Small cornershops through to bluechips want an image now, everyone wants to be seen as professional.