bear market

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bear market

A market in which prices are falling.
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Noun1.bear market - a market characterized by falling prices for securitiesbear market - a market characterized by falling prices for securities
securities industry, market - the securities markets in the aggregate; "the market always frustrates the small investor"
Translations
dumbungsmarkaðursvartsýnismarkaður
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Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) was one of the shining stars in a bearish market as it posted an increase of 5 percent due to positive earnings expectations.
PETRONAS anticipates continued challenges due to the bearish market sentiments, and will continue to focus on internal measures of control to steer the company through the downturn.
From a technical perspective, this is still a bearish market and this could be a situation where sellers took profit at the milestone lows around $37.
A retest of Brent crude's 2015 low around $45 per barrel looks inevitable given current ample market supply and intensifying bearish market sentiment towards prices," the firm said in a note to clients.
The company has been struggling for the past five years, due to the general bearish market for commodities.
The generally bearish market sentiment towards gold seen in 2014 is likely to continue into next year.
5 times higher at QR55 in an otherwise bearish market, which now has a total of 43 listed companies.
Bearish market sentiment in the wake of mid-year speculation that the Federal Reserve might begin to taper its bond buying program may have dampened issuance somewhat.
It said that the CPPI method maximizes exposure to equities in a bullish market to benefit from the gain, while in a bearish market it allocates a larger portion of the funds in money market instruments thus protecting the principal investment.
A "more anaemic economic outlook" also kept prices in a narrow trading range last month as a bearish market sentiment prevailed, and Brent last trading at USD 102.
Still bearish market continues to prevail over the "bullish" sentiment, the matter which is a very important detail, namely the negative closure of most sites in the foreign markets.
The bearish market sentiment has raised a fresh set of doubts on the future prospects of new capacity developments.