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English term or phrase:stocks on the move
German translation:Bewegende Aktien / Aktien in Bewegung
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12:22 Mar 19, 2001
English to German translations [Non-PRO]
Marketing
English term or phrase: stocks on the move
stocks on the move

Aktien(kurse) in Bewegung?
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Bewegende Aktien / Aktien in Bewegung
Explanation:
Right, stocks/shares that are moving.

See: "Stocks on the Move
Mon, 19 Mar 2001, 5:18pm EST - U.S. Market Movers - The following is a list of tickers of companies whose shares are moving in today's U.S. markets." (http://www.bloomberg.com/pfc/investing/pfcmovers1.html)

"Stocks on the Move" is a typical stock market term. Stocks on the Move (with a capital M) are stocks that are moving up or down the charts. Whhich means at this moment they don't have a stable position because of certain company actions, which can be not selling enough goods, laying off employers, buying another company. Any company action can cause a 'movement' of the stock.

But that's not what you asked, just a little note. So if you like to have it translated into German literally:

'Bewegende Aktien' = 'moving stocks'
'Aktien in Bewegung' = 'stocks that are moving'
'Aktien die bewegen' = 'stocks (that are) on the move'
'Aktien bewegen' = 'stocks move'

Good luck :)
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naBewegende Aktien / Aktien in BewegungxxxYve
na"heiße" Aktien / vielverkaufte AktienUlrike Lieder


  

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1 hr
"heiße" Aktien / vielverkaufte Aktien


Explanation:
You're not that far off; to be on the move means that something is hot, i.e. a good seller. On that basis, in conjunction with your overall context, you should be able to come up with an appropriate translation.


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Ulrike Lieder
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Native speaker of: German
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2 hrs
Bewegende Aktien / Aktien in Bewegung


Explanation:
Right, stocks/shares that are moving.

See: "Stocks on the Move
Mon, 19 Mar 2001, 5:18pm EST - U.S. Market Movers - The following is a list of tickers of companies whose shares are moving in today's U.S. markets." (http://www.bloomberg.com/pfc/investing/pfcmovers1.html)

"Stocks on the Move" is a typical stock market term. Stocks on the Move (with a capital M) are stocks that are moving up or down the charts. Whhich means at this moment they don't have a stable position because of certain company actions, which can be not selling enough goods, laying off employers, buying another company. Any company action can cause a 'movement' of the stock.

But that's not what you asked, just a little note. So if you like to have it translated into German literally:

'Bewegende Aktien' = 'moving stocks'
'Aktien in Bewegung' = 'stocks that are moving'
'Aktien die bewegen' = 'stocks (that are) on the move'
'Aktien bewegen' = 'stocks move'

Good luck :)


    Internet research and www.bloomberg.com/pfc/investing/pfcmovers2.html
xxxYve
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