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Mixed bag

Used in the context of general equities. Group of stocks which consists of some which are up, down, and neutral.

Mixed Bag

An informal term for a group of securities, some of which are trading above their opening prices, some of which are trading below them, and some that are trading roughly at their opening prices.
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The Winter League match saw some good mixed bags landed.
Ken Hill won a Tynemouth match with a mixed bag of whiting and flounders for 6lb 5oz from Blyth.
A Longbenton and Seaton Burn Ronnie Houston Memorial Match on Tynemouth pier produced a good weigh-in with all 17 anglers taking mixed bags of cod, whiting, coalfish, dabs, and flounders.
There are plenty of mixed bags from the Blyth area.
On Tynemouth pier, Mick Bell took a mixed bag of 14 fish for 8lb 5oz in Tynemouth's match, Dave Hayley taking the heaviest a sole of 1lb 7oz.
Cresswell beach also gave mixed bags, Peter Smith taking seven cod and a bass for 13lb 9oz in Blyth's match, his best a cod of 2-9-0.
Lower Tyne gave mixed bags of codling, dabs, whiting and coalfish, Tony Taylor taking a bag of 20 for 12-8-8 in Tynemouth's retired members' match.
Nigel Howitt had a mixed bag of cod, flounders, and whiting for 13-4-8 in Blyth's match, including the heaviest at 2-13-0.
Geoff King fished Cambois to win their next match with a mixed bag for 6lb 5oz.