“Bear” in the news
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Publications and example sentences
· UVXY: More Downside Remains →
I traded the 2008-2009 bear market and the pattern of spreading economic catastrophe permeated the market.
· Raytheon: Tails You Win, Heads You Don't Lose →
At $64.47, returns can be 80% in total and 18% annualised by 2023 in the bull case, and a total loss of less than 5% in the bear case.
· Franklin 'really upset' by 'devastating' injury, says wife Jesinta →
Franklin said injuries posed mental challenges as well as physical for professional athletes, but said the couple's daughter, who was born earlier this year, would be a help her husband.
The New York Times
· Rep. Sam Johnson of Texas Dies at 89 →
Samuel Robert Johnson was born on Oct. 11, 1930, in San Antonio.
· NetApp, Inc. (NTAP) CEO George Kurian on Q4 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
We’ve added these services to our cloud offerings to deliver a comprehensive, modern workplace foundation for all companies, from born in the cloud startups in small businesses to the largest global enterprises.
· 'Misfit' miler was first to break four-minute barrier on US soil →
James John Bailey was born July 21, 1929 in Arncliffe, Sydney.
· Ex-Liberal Party staffer faces 51 new charges over alleged $13.5m identity theft →
During a search warrant at his Erskineville home earlier this year, police allegedly discovered more than 100 digital document folders, all of which bore the names of individuals and businesses.
· The Descartes Systems Group Inc. (DSGX) CEO Ed Ryan on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
So, please bear with us as we remotely coordinate to provide answers for any of your questions later in the call.
· Sharemarkets definitely aren't the economy in these pandemic times →
The market may not be the economy, but historically its performance has borne some relationship to the performance of the real economy.
· In lean times, fierce dinosaur Allosaurus resorted to cannibalism →
Remarkably, 29 per cent of the bones bore evidence of bite marks, a much-higher percentage than usual, indicative of heavy scavenging in what may have been a stressed ecosystem caused by a seasonal drought or potentially a wildfire.