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  • noun Plural form of industrial.

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Examples

  • Mr. Ishida decided to stay the course with his current asset allocation, heavy in Japanese industrials and consumer-discretionary stocks.

    Battered, Japan Fund Managers Stay the Course

  • The recent close in the industrials above the January 2000 all-time high is not significant under the Dow theory, but the move into record territory for the industrials is a positive development, as another failed attempt at new highs could have unnerved investors.

    Dow Theory Split Decision

  • Right now the industrials are the "major cord" of the market.

    Cramer's Stop Trading! This Is a Powerful Bull Market (1/26/11) - Seeking Alpha

  • I think the industrials are the biggest value trap in the market. stock is down to a dollar, is it a good buy right now or do we foresee a total collapse coming?

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  • Three sectors, namely industrials, information technology and consumer discretionary, all stood out with high representation on the screen relative to their index weightings.

    Financial Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha

  • As third-quarter earnings are clearly demonstrating, not only is much of tech back -- and in a very big way -- but so are other end markets such as industrials, aerospace and transportation.

    Smartphones, Tablets Put A Bid Under Intel, T.I., Linear Tech, Analog Devices

  • The weaker-than-expected housing data highlighted the continued poor health of the U.S. housing market, sending housing stocks lower -- the PHLX Housing Sector Index was down 3.8% in midday trading -- and leading to selling in other economically sensitive sectors such as industrials and energy stocks.

    Bleak home-sales report depresses U.S. stocks

  • Leading the move lower were economically sensitive sectors such as industrials and materials.

    Myers Industries Falls 11%; Papa John's Gains 7.4%

  • The data caused stocks of housing companies to fall and led to selling in other economically sensitive sectors such as industrials, with Boeing, off 1.53, or 4.3%, to 33.91, turning in the weakest performance among Dow components.

    J.P. Morgan Rallies, but Boeing Hits Dow

  • In 1956 he set up his own film-production business to make 'industrials' for oil companies and gradually branched out, releasing increasingly ambitious films through the mid-60s (including Forough Farrokhzad's The House is Black, for me the greatest of all Iranian films, and the only one from the first wave available on DVD).

    GreenCine Daily: SFIFF, fests, events.

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