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English definition of “heavy trading”

heavy trading

noun [U]
 
 
STOCK MARKET
a period of time during which a lot of shares, bonds, etc. are bought and sold: Its stock price fell 24 cents to $7.61 in heavy trading Thursday.heavy trading in sth Dealers reported further heavy trading in the shares.heavy trading on sth Share prices rose $2.635 in heavy trading on the Nasdaq.
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