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blue chip

A small flat plastic chit with embossed lettering which contains basic patient demographics, including name, medical record number, date of birth, date of admission, physician of record, type of insurance, room number, etc., which is “swiped” in a credit card-like fashion on orders for lab work, imaging, billing, and other inpatient procedures.
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65 points on Friday, a decline broadly in line with European bluechip equities.
Wall Street gains helped lift afternoon trading as investors digested a string of announcements from bluechip firms led by telecoms giant BT.
Indian shares surged to their highest level in greater than a month on Friday marking the best weekly performance since October as bluechips like Larsen and Toubro gained after the central bank's unexpected rate cut on Thursday.
Indian shares edged higher on Friday, snapping a 5-day losing streak as bluechips such as ICICI Bank rebounded, but indexes still suffered their worst monthly presentation since the rupee slumped to a register low in August.
The report affirmed continuing purchase operations that focused on bluechips and rapid speculations that affected most trades, involving small stocks.
Real estate stocks are the bluechips in these markets and so they have been the best performers," said Arabi.
Key bluechips rose with Samsung Electronics gaining 500 won, Korea Electric Power Corp.
Sri Lankan stocks declined to a 5-week ending low on Friday, led by bluechips as concerns over poor earnings hit investor sentiment, while foreign outflow surged to an over 9-month high with selling mainly in Asian Hotels and Properties PLC, source said to research analyst-PAGE.
Bayan Investment Company said in a report released on Saturday the KSE weighted index posted marginal losses as a result of sell-offs' pressure on bluechips.
Summary: DUBAI - Dubai's bluechips ended two-session gains on Thursday.
Key bluechips all rose, Samsung Electronics and Korea Telecom gaining 4,000 won and 3,400 won, respectively.
Indian shares fell for a 2nd consecutive session on Friday to mark their lowest close in almost a month as sustained fears that a weakening rupee would lead foreign investors to pare positions hit bluechips such as HDFC Bank Ltd.