Translation of blue-chip in Spanish:


de primer orden, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌbluˈtʃɪp/ /ˈbluːtʃɪp/


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    (stock/company) de primer orden
    (stock/company) de primera
    (investment) de mínimo riesgo
    • Many investors look for reliable blue-chip companies with predictable, regular revenues - safe havens, if you like.
    • Shares in big, blue-chip companies are easy to buy and sell because there are billions of shares in circulation, plus a lively market of buyers and sellers.
    • Four traditional blue-chip companies update their investors next week.
    • Wong said that indicated liquidity is still abundant, but investors did not have confidence in high-tech stocks and blue-chip shares following their previous rallies.
    • Before long, marketers even at blue-chip companies were using the book as a manual for their ‘buzz marketing’ efforts.
    • Rather than identifying individual blue-chip companies, Aunt Agatha is probably better off investing in the ultimate blue chip - the market itself!
    • By investing in an index tracker, you can beat the pants off the vast majority of managed funds, simply by investing in the UK's biggest blue-chip companies.
    • Our contract niche is very much along the lines of blue-chip companies who want to produce nice magazines and newsletters.
    • To be sure, no hedge fund attacks on blue-chip companies have come to light, and some say there's little to fear from shareholders seeking to exercise their rights.
    • One of the things about American industry that's pretty cool is that almost all the blue-chip companies have cleaned up their balance sheets.
    • Two-thirds of directors of blue-chip companies are in final-salary schemes, where pensions are based on years of service and annual salary at retirement.
    • Also, if you're looking for blue-chip companies with attractive dividends and decent growth prospects, here are six cheap shares for 2004.
    • It blamed the closure on the downturn in the technology sector and the postponement of several projects with large blue-chip companies.
    • It is understood to have sealed a significant deal with a blue-chip company and has customers in Europe, Asia and the US.
    • Discussions are taking place with a number of large blue-chip companies, although Hanna would not be drawn on names.
    • There are two types: investment-grade bonds are issued by blue-chip companies and are therefore considered relatively secure.
    • But the bulk of her investment income still derives from the relative safety of blue-chip companies.
    • The couple travel as guests of blue-chip companies and make public appearances on their behalf.
    • The golden rule is to stick to blue-chip businesses with solid reputations, because trust and integrity are everything in a deal that requires payment far in advance of receipt.
    • It goes without saying that investing in ‘fledgling’ firms is far riskier than buying into blue-chip businesses.