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Hot

Used in the context of general equities. Active, usually with positive price implications.

Hot

Informal; describing an active security. That is, a hot security is one that is traded frequently.
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Reasons To Buy -- The report provides you with important figures for the Hot Tea market in East Europe with individual country analysis.
The new multilingual translation module works with any Hot Banana implementation.
Also makes manifold systems, hot drops for multi-cavity molds, and hot sprue bushings for single-cavity molds.
They can also phone the computers at any time to check on heating and hot water system operations and problems.
Can HOT lanes actually be financially self-sufficient and therefore attractive to the private sector?
Ingersoll Rand has been able to localize the new 'Welcome to Ingersoll Rand' Web site into seven languages within an exceptionally short time frame, using the Automated Web Translation Workflow that Connexion integrated into Hot Banana.
This article details the preparation and analyses of hot distortion in PUCB systems and how this dilemma may be relieved from metalcasting facilities.
Cold city residents also suffered a 25% increase in COPD death rates on hot days, while cold days caused no change.
The fish at Hot Creek Ranch are spookier than the fish at the public sections of the creek, where they are used to hordes of anglers walking by.
The largest hot melt segments, projected at 1997 volume levels, are in corrugated folding boxes, 348 million pounds; cups, 269 million pounds; pressure-sensitive adhesives, 209 million pounds; and tapes, 108 million pounds.
They recruited 15 postmenopausal women, aged 43 to 63; six had never experienced a hot flash, nine others reported a mean of 10 a day.
The level of the services we will offer at the Performance Center will go beyond what we currently offer at either the Hot Stix store or through our mobile units," said Chris Dragon, CEO of Hot Stix Golf.