Mixed bag

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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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A very mixed bunch of cast and crew descend on the coffee shop where they work to make the movie in record time and at hardly any cost.
Lance Armstrong, Will Ferrell and Julius Caesar, a real mixed bunch of guests
Credit to ITV, they have got a good mixed bunch covering most important checklists (mainly their shows) - GMTV host.
The vocal soloists proved rather a mixed bunch, the outer elements of the quartet (soprano Ute Selbig, bass-baritone Gotthold Schwarz) projecting the most personality.
The show tells the story of a mixed bunch of passengers on the SS America from New York to England who include a gangster, night-club singer, a businessman and his stowaway assistant and a debutante and her mother.
Warkworth and District Flower Club,demonstration, A mixed bunch, by M Hinchley, Warkworth Memorial Hall, 7.
Best of an extremely mixed bunch is the first story, by David Brucker, which focuses on a strange young woman who reveals a taste for blood when she goes to a party with three VOYEURistic frat boys in a motel.
There seems to be a right mixed bunch running, which I suppose you need in these things.
My fellow flight passengers were a mixed bunch, young and old, veterans and Cheltenham virgins.