midcap (not comparable)
- (finance) Having medium market capitalization, often defined as between 2 and 10 billion US dollars
2007 April 8, Tim Gray, “Yes, It’s a 7-Year Streak, but No, They’re Not Bragging”, in New York Times:
- “You could’ve gone down to midcap stocks,” said Bruce T. Herring, group chief investment officer overseeing Fidelity Blue Chip Growth, the largest fund on the list.
midcap (plural midcaps)
- (finance) A stock with medium market capitalization.