The term "feeding frenzy" comes from the behavior of sharks when a number of sharks compete aggressively for available prey. In this article it used as a metaphor for the competition to buy shares.
What does feeding frenzy mean?
Last edited by sitifan; 10-May-2014 at 11:13.
I need native speakers' help.
It's a feeding frenzy, as with sharks on a school of fish. In this case, the announced plan to sell initial shares (IPO) at NT$17.44 per share to raise NT$14.4 billion has led to a feeding frenzy (strong interest from various parties) of investors and companies interested in a stake in the company (Asia Pacific Telecom).