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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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Well with the diffusion rates for these three items close to 100 percent, the question arises: What does today's Japanese consumer hotly desire?
Credit-based insurance scoring--insurers' use of credit information to help set premiums and select risks--has been a hotly contested issue on the personal lines front for several years.
One hotly contested piece of legislation looks to address this concern with the creation of Association Health Plans (AHPs).
One of its most hotly debated sections turned out to be Title VII where some legislators found language indicating to them that racially-based hiring quotas would result.
If the spring flood doesn't occur, the building of silt in the gravel bed will diminish the spawning of fish." Forest fires--so hotly debated now by the Forest Service and various environmentalists--also have a role in the normal life of a forest.
A hotly contested debate has been burning about whether to continue to include records center compartmentation in the upcoming revision of NFPA 232.
Hotly debated was whether a shareholder in an insolvent S corporation could nevertheless increase his stock basis by the amount of the excluded COD income.
Although a Cuban diocesan synod in February voted unanimously to seek re-admission to the Episcopal Church of the United States (ECUSA) as a constituent diocese, the decision was hotly debated.
Contrast this with the bitter hotly contested, and highly publicized tug-of-war between Willamette and Weyerhaeuser.
At press time, Congress was hotly debating whether or not to allow human cloning at all.
They worry that a free market for capital threatens to destabilize the world's weaker economies--a hotly controversial issue since the Asian tigers collapsed in 1997, beginning with a rush to dump Thai bahts.
(One theory hotly pursued by National MS Society--funded researchers is that MS may be several different but closely related diseases.) But while scientists pursue a better overall understanding, they can assure us now of this: disability as profound as Stewart Rood's is rare in MS.