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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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Using the dividend-value approach, it tells the reader when to buy undervalued blue chip stocks and when to sell.
blue chip stocks fell to a one-month low as crude oil futures neared record highs at $49 per barrel.
The Footsie index of blue chip stocks fell 111.7 points to 5,204.3, its lowest close since October, 1998.
While Freeserve shares jumped with the rest of the technology sector yesterday - up 6 to 166p - the stock is expected to tumble as big pension funds which are only required to hold blue chip stocks dump the shares.
Treasury Action: yields held below highs as blue chip stocks limp slightly lower after the open (ex-tech which is marginally firmer).
Satyendra Pathak Doha Qatari stocks began trading in March on a positive note on the back of impressive gains in blue chip stocks. Rise in blue chip stocks, which represents 36 percent of the relative weight in the main index, was instrumental in lifting the main index of Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) higher.
Overall, there was the usual rush to buy blue chip stocks, in particular those of the major banks, as a lot of the investors hedged their bets while waiting for the final financial statements for the year 2012 for many firms listed on the exchange board, said the report by Bayan Investment Co.
Next led the blue chip stocks for the second consecutive day as the fervour surrounding recent takeover speculation continued to push the share price higher.
Blue chip stocks rose as a drop in crude oil prices to below $40 per barrel eased investor anxiety about inflation, while technology shares fell as investors awaited Intel Corp.'s mid-quarter earnings forecast due out Thursday.
Among the blue chip stocks making some progress was aerospace and defence giant BAE Systems which cheered investors with solid interim figures.
LONDON'S leading index of blue chip stocks nosedived yesterday, closing down 82.5 to 6203.2 after Vodafone took a four per cent tumble to 252p.
blue chip stocks snapped back in the green though the NASDAQ comp is now mostly flat after lagging the upswing.