Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Blue Chip

Refers to a company on the London Stock Exchange that is stable, has been long standing and in general is considered to be a safe investment. There are no hard and steady formal rules but if they are in the FTSE 100 index then they would be considered a blue chip company. Investments in these companies are considered to be safe.

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