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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Flurry predicts that the trend of one-billion-download weeks will become the norm in 2013, with the industry expected to surpass the two-billion downloads in a week in the fourth quarter.
Up the coast in Southport, a 10-minute flurry failed to settle.
The white Liverbird covered in snow, after a brief afternoon flurry in the city Picture: COLIN LANE/clpdsk190109snow-1
3 : a brief outburst <There was a flurry of overhauling and painting .
Wales could see a white Christmas this year - but only on the higher ground of North and Mid Wales with "a flurry or two" further south, says Positive Weather Solutions of Abergavenny.
Lutter (12-4) managed to pass Silva and as the round neared an end, began to throw a flurry of punches down on Silva, who didn't panic and, despite his dire position, was able to free himself.
3 billion counter punch lobbed by the Blackstone Group set the stage for one of the most fiercely contested take-over bids yet amid the flurry of M&A transactions that have gripped the REIT industry.
The custom mixing industry has seen a flurry of activity within the past year.
18, despite a flurry of activity prior to its break over the holidays.
Among the most familiar are Homer, Emily Dickinson, Walt Whitman, Langston Hughes, and Alan Seeger, who at age 28 wrote "I Have a Rendezvous With Death," moments before he fell in a fatal flurry of machine-gun fire.
headquarters, a flurry of e-marls to gay rights groups and numerous blogs accused ABC of advancing an antigay conservative agenda.