Kangaroos

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DEFINITION of 'Kangaroos'

Slang term for Australian stocks, it refers mostly to the stocks on the All-Ordinaries Index, which is composed of around 300 of the most active Australian companies.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Kangaroos'

Kangaroos are one of the most recognizable symbols of Australia, outside of Mel Gibson and Nicole Kidman of course.

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