blue-chip investment

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blue-chip investment

[ˈbluːˈtʃɪpɪnˈvɛstmənt] ninvestimento sicuro
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Abu Dhabi: Abu Dhabi's blue-chip investment giant Mubadala is open to acquisitions in real estate to broaden its portfolio.
"QNB Financial Services in recent research estimated that this will result in material inflows as part of the MSCI and FTSE rebalancing, which could drive approximately QR7 billion ($2 billion) in passive funds into these QSE-listed names, he elaborated." Eight listed corporates, representing blue-chip investment opportunities in the Qatari market used the opportunity to meet with the world's leading fund managers.
Eleven listed companies, representing blue-chip investment opportunities in the Qatari market, used the opportunity to meet with the world's leading fund managers.
Eleven listed corporates, representing blue-chip investment opportunities in the Qatari market used the opportunity to meet with the world's leading fund managers.
QNB, Doha Bank, Commercial Bank, Masraf Al Rayan, Ooredoo, Industries Qatar, Mesaieed Petrochemical Holding Company, Qatar Islamic Bank, Qatar Electricity and Water, Nakilat and Milaha - representing blue-chip investment opportunities in the Qatari market - used the opportunity to meet with more than 55 fund managers from 40 major global fund houses.
But there are still old-school investors who swear by CEU's stock and, in fact, stubbornly refuse to sell them, even if there are more exciting blue-chip investment options.
In banking jargon, Sunderland to finish in the bottom half is a blue-chip investment ..
"Wereldhave is one of a number of blue-chip investment clients we advise, and we particularly enjoyed working with them on this strategic acquisition, topping off another busy year in the investment property market."
Behind the brand: Asprey is a solid blue-chip investment and instantly recognizable for its distinctive purple gift box.
JOE OGILVIE, who plays up his golf winnings on the stock market, looks a blue-chip investment at Coral's 10-11 in his Players Championship match bet with struggling Scott Verplank.
But there are also temptations for him to stay in the amateur ranks with an unnamed blue-chip investment bank offering to back him to the tune of seven figures if he goes for gold at the Beijing Games in 2008.