mid-cap Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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mid-capadjective [before noun]

(also midcap) uk   us   FINANCE, STOCK MARKET
used to describe a ​company whose ​shares have a middle-size ​totalvalue: There has been an astonishing ​growth of ​small and mid-cap ​shares. The FTSE 250 ​index of mid-cap ​stocks is down this week. The best-performing ​funds are those with a high ​proportion of mid-cap ​stocks rather than blue ​chips.

mid-capnoun [C]

(also midcap) uk   us  
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET a ​company whose ​shares have a middle-size ​totalvalue: During the ​period the small- and mid-caps have ​performed reasonably well.
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