Flurry

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Flurry

A drastic volume increase in a specific security.

Flurry

A large, and usually temporary, increase in a security's trading volume.
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We had experienced an actual blizzard--in Birmingham, Alabama, and again with only a 20 percent chance of flurries.
Flurries of snow hit Birmingham in June, 1975, in April, 1981, there was four inches of snow and in late March, 1979, there was six inches.
Thomas Kingston, six, and his little brother Alex, five, made the most of the snow-covered hills of Tynedale, Northumberland, yesterday, after overnight flurries blanketed parts of the North East.