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English definition of “meltup”


noun [S]     /ˈmeltʌp/ STOCK MARKET, FINANCE
a situation in which a large amount of money is invested in shares, etc. within a short period of time: Poor performance of fixed-income investments has triggered a meltup in equities.
(Definition of meltup noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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