Champagne Stock

Champagne Stock

Slang; stock that has very quickly risen in price. It especially refers to stocks with prices that have recently doubled or tripled.
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The downdraft in technology names has driven valuations to "opportunistic levels for certain stocks," Piper Jaffray analyst Michael Olson tells investors in a research note partially titled "Champagne Stock on a Beer Budget." In particular, Amazon "presents an opportunity for material appreciation in the coming 12-24 months," says the analyst.
- had bet Alakh and was dancing up and down in joy, threatening to buy up the entire champagne stock of the course.
CHEERS DEAR; The cameras cut to Jackie sitting in a chair, grasping a champagne bottle; THE SNOOZE; The sleepy Scot shows her best side as the GMTV hosts look on amazed; BOTTLE BLONDE; Brambles gets a good, firm grip on what's left of the champagne stock; OOPS DEARS; Still clutching the bottle, Jackie gives her impression of a drunk party girl; GM TEE HEE; The former DJ can't stop giggling as she gets Holly Valance's name wrong; BLOW OUT; Unfazed by the studio crew, Jackie saves enough puff to blow out a birthday candle; SOBER: The TV beauty
The deal will see the Pommery brand, its site in Reims, its cellars, its Champagne stock and its supply contract pass on to Vranken.
A SUPER MARKET chain was forced to dispatch an emergency convoy of 25 lorries to France yesterday after a Christmas run on bubbly left its Champagne stocks low.
After such a day most folk would have retired to the bar and done some serious research into the course's champagne stocks. Not Brough, a mental and physical fidget of the first water.
The eight-berth barge features a champagne stocked bar, three luxury ensuite bedrooms and pushbikes for all the family.