Translation of bearish in Spanish:

bearish

de tendencia bajista, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈbɛːrɪʃ//ˈbɛrɪʃ/

adjective

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    (market) de tendencia bajista
    (attitude/forecast) pesimista
    • The Dow closed up 206 points on a day with mixed economic news, much of it bearish, none of it all that bullish.
    • The patterns are the easiest to define: they are simply bullish and bearish patterns that alternate every five or so days.
    • "Rising inflationary expectations are bearish to stocks and bonds because they lead to expectations of higher short-term interest rates.
    • We based this forecast on our research showing that sentiment usually peaks or bottoms well before the actual price top or low, giving way to a bearish or bullish divergence similar to momentum measures of the market.
    • ‘Fundamentals right now are bearish,’ he said.
    • ‘That was the last time I'll go in a light aircraft,’ he repeats, sitting in a London cafe, his face a bearish bristle of hair, topping a navy blazer and jeans.
    • Oil production had been falling since 1985 so the outlook for the industry was somewhat bearish.
    • For instance, the last two weeks could have shown the market to be bullish while the last two years may have displayed a bearish tendency.
    • As Arnoldo, tenor Chris Merritt is a lumbering, bearish presence.
    • Herbst is a bearish Afrikaner with unruly graying hair and a love of a good joke.
    • Also, we can say that a key reason behind the bearish trend in 2002 was the net selling of stocks by investors from overseas.
    • Another important fact is that rising volume together with declining prices is also bearish.
    • Paul was looking almost bearish with the face fuzz that he seems to grow every so often.
    • Both of these are bearish signals for property share prices.
    • His father was round, creased and bearish, his face puffy from heavy drinking and chain-smoking.
    • The types we got at B&Q were young couples, old crusty workmen blokes, middle-aged couples, pensioners (usually on a Wednesday) and the odd beefy bearish labourer.
    • Will increased volatility on the VIX be bullish or bearish for the Dow?
    • As the stock market remained bearish, the government again was forced to relax the rules, and in October last year it abolished the 10% levy on profits repatriated after one year.
    • At the time, a huge bearish divergence between Gold prices and Gold Stocks had developed with Gold prices making new highs, while Gold Stocks were unable to advance.
    • But bearish effects of the US inventory data may be hurt as still scarce petrol supplies and a relatively optimistic global economic outlook encourage buying.
    • Upon meeting his first jazz instructor there, a bearish Israeli whose last name is Katsenelenbogen, Matt cried out, ‘Six syllables!’
    • When open interest is high at a market top and the price falls off dramatically, this scenario should be considered bearish.
    • But the same report warned that the world economy is bearish and that considerable fluctuation may still be experienced by individual commodities, away from the main trend.
    • The corresponding bearish divergence occurs when prices hit a new high, but the HPI reaches a lower top.
    • Running the public affairs show is a bearish soldier who looks like the kind of guy who enjoys breaking things on his face.
    • When TRIN is overbought and NH-NL returns a bearish signal, the stock market top has likely been reached.
    • We met at work, and I was entranced by this big nerdy bearish intelligent fella.
    • From a boyhood spent hunting and climbing in southern Idaho, Petzoldt grew into a bearish man with enormous flat feet and eyebrows of legendary bushiness.
    • The week opened on a decidedly bearish note with the Dow Jones Industrial Average suffering its biggest one day loss since early February.
    • That's why shares trade at a bearish $21, down from $28 on June 2.