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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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ORGANISERS of a big science fiction convention in Birmingham are hot under the collar ...
Still, she had another bash and heaved again at the unmoving door - and the task was getting her hot under the collar. Eventually, David Beckham's other half twigged that she might have to try another approach.
RENAULT'S new DeZir concept car was getting visitors at last week's Paris Motor Show more than a little hot under the collar.
But before all you men get hot under the collar, it's not a saucy shoot for Loaded - it's for animal rights charity PETA.
And David revealed that multi-millionaire Sir Elton finds traditional tailoring too hot under the collar.
OFFICE workers get hot under the collar in disputes over temperatures, according to research out today.
But as well as making England captains hot under the collar it also has a reputation for making bowlers sweat.
FIND yourself getting all hot under the collar as you wait for that cashier to call next, and the person in front of you to finally find their money-off coupons?
Pictures of the semi-naked sizzlers certainly got the Inside Sport team a little hot under the collar. We reckon, though, the brainstorm could do more harm than good.
It was only the water officials who got hot under the collar, as they worked to fix the burst main.
But when many people appear to have become desensitised from exposure to such films, it ill-behoves film makers and those who finance them, to get hot under the collar regarding Mel Gibson's apparently accurate depiction of the suffering of Jesus in The Passion of The Christ.