hot commodity


: someone or something that is highly valued or in much demand
an actor who is a hot commodity in Hollywood right now

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Recent Examples on the Web Early in the Covid-19 pandemic, when bikes were a hot commodity, Kent employed about 150 people and was churning out around 250,000 bikes annually. Tami Luhby, CNN, 24 Feb. 2024 Turner became a hot commodity after Golden Bachelor thanks to his humble beginnings, good looks and widower status, all factors that made the recent series ABC’s strongest 35-day audience average for any unscripted show in the last five years. Borys Kit, The Hollywood Reporter, 30 Jan. 2024 Timothée Chalamet and Harry Styles need no longer source red carpet jewels from the women’s side of the display case, as dedicated men’s jewelry lines have become a hot commodity. Laurie Brookins, The Hollywood Reporter, 16 Feb. 2024 The problem was limiting these hot commodity podcasts to only Spotify’s audience, according to Brian Mulberry, client portfolio manager at Zacks Investment Management. Rachyl Jones, Fortune, 12 Feb. 2024 While the flats are a hot commodity among many shoppers, Amazon Prime members can score an exclusive deal on them right now. Clara McMahon, Peoplemag, 9 Feb. 2024 Salmon is a hot commodity: its aquaculture is the fastest-growing food production system in the world. Dasha Afanasieva, Fortune Europe, 21 Jan. 2024 But, what makes Tula's Brightening Eye Balm Stick such a hot commodity is its dark circle-banishing properties. Emily Belfiore, Travel + Leisure, 24 Nov. 2023 Uranium has been a hot commodity, and its rally could have a long half-life. Jinjoo Lee, WSJ, 9 Jan. 2024 See More

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“Hot commodity.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 2 Mar. 2024.

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