bearishness


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bear·ish

 (bâr′ĭsh)
adj.
1. Resembling or similar to a bear in appearance or manner.
2. Causing, expecting, or characterized by falling prices or declining economic conditions.

bear′ish·ly adv.
bear′ish·ness n.
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However, underscoring the bearishness in the E&P space, DRIP still gained 8.48% last week.
The depression drugs market, valued at over US$ 6.5 billion in 2017, is likely to witness bearishness in the near future, with a new report by Fact.MR estimating revenues to decline at a -2% CAGR.
Summary: The depression drugs market, valued at over US$ 6.5 billion in 2017, is likely to witness bearishness in the near future, with a new report by Fact.MR estimating revenues to decline at a -2% CAGR.
They took the decision after examining some markets' factors like economic bearishness was now increasingly prevalent, with major challenges and mounting uncertainties related to ongoing trade negotiations, monetary policy developments and geopolitical issues.
The ample supplies of light sweet crude which comes mainly from US shale also contributed to this bearishness as Asian refiners can't absorb as much of this type of oil as the sour medium to heavy grades from the Arabian Gulf.
"For the time being, the fear premium from the rash of onshore and offshore attacks is being kept check by bearishness over the global economy and oil demand growth, which seems to have a firm grip over the oil market."
Based on monitoring by the DOE, the international market, especially for gasoline, 'remained in the doldrums, as bearishness prevailed-supply overhang, rising stock levels and lackluster demand globally.'
Morgan Stanley analyst Melissa Franchi noted that the average security stock has significantly underperformed the broader software space over the past 3 years, which she attributes to bearishness on security vendors' ability to navigate the increased competitive threat from public cloud vendors and disruption as enterprises turn to decentralized and cloud-heavy architectures.
The bearishness of the Index remains in effect and traders should be on alert, especially if the Index breaches the 9,700 level.
"The market remains in oversupply and with impending Iranian crude possibly entering the market in November, this is really putting a lot of bearishness in the market."
So the small net long indicates an unusually high level of bearishness among hedge funds.
Global cues drive GCC markets; growth scare unsettles investors; extreme bearishness on oil may be overdone