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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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Getting hot under the collar is Declan Mellett, director of i-Net Distribution, as Jo Markham shows him one of the garments available from www.
Talk about being hot under the collar - and every place else.
WHY did people get so hot under the collar when I dared to venture my opinion, on Match of the Day, that England should take Andy Carroll to the World Cup?
YOUR report on Alex Curran escaping a parking ticket has left David Thomas (ECHO letters, October 19) hot under the collar for exposing double standards.
SHOCK figures just released reveal that a rise in people holidaying at home, taking day trips and driving to tourist hotspots has got British motorists hot under the collar.
I would wait until he's a little more settled in his job before you try to get him all hot under the collar in the office.
Singer Keisha revealed that she gets hot under the collar when she sees a man wearing clean white socks and shiny footwear.
COLCHESTER midfielder Kern Izzet got a little hot under the collar when Villa's Lee Hendrie, currently on loan at Stoke, tried one of his trademark wind-ups at half-time during Colchester's 3-0 win last weekend.
R&B singer Steve Steinhaus got hot under the collar in a Birmingham strip club last week.
But it was the six who wore only corsets, frilly hot pants and stockings to the Bank Holiday Monday charity event who made Sussex Police officers hot under the collar.
HOUSEMATES were getting hot under the collar yesterday as Caprice showed off her curves while working out.
But it was classics such as the timeless Brown Paper Bag that got punters hot under the collar.