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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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The KISS Tribute Show: Hotter than Hell, will appear at the Rhyl Naval Sports and Social Club, 98 Wellington Road, Rhyl, LL18 1LH, on Saturday, August 30, and doors open at 8pm.
Hotter, which sells mainly to older customers, designs all its shoes itself so it can stay on top of market trends.
Hotter curries such as Phals and Vindaloos have been served in UK curry houses for many years and the launch of the Hot & Spicy range is part of Patak's ongoing objective to allow consumers to re-create the Indian restaurant experience at home.
He said predictions and estimates based on sound scientific principles on how climate change will affect North-East and Borders farmers, show that there will be an increasingly different climate between the East and West and that winters will be much wetter and warmer, with summers being much drier and hotter ( even more so in the East.
Although Hotter made his operatic debut as the Speaker in Mozart's Die Zauberflote in Czechoslovakia in 1930, he reached the zenith of his career in the two decades following the World War II--particularly at the Bayreuth Festival, where he sang for 12 seasons starting in 1952.
This heat-setting resin is said to withstand 5[degrees] to 10[degrees] F hotter filling than previous grades.
Just as the sun's corona, or outer atmosphere, is hotter than the surface of the sun, the black hole's corona would be hotter than the closer-in accretion disk.
The hellish forecast for Los Angeles: a summer hotter than last year's record smoker.
Among those performances' protagonists, Hans Hotter reigned supreme.
The sun is hotter than anything you can probably imagine, but that may not be the most striking thing about our closest star.
Under higher pressure, the center gets even hotter.