“Sentiment” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· Videos, threats, but few signs protests have been stoked by 'outsider' extremist groups →
There is also a strong police abolitionist sentiment throughout these protests that comes predominantly from the black radical tradition but also to some extent, from the anarchist tradition.
The New York Times
· Corporate Voices Get Behind ‘Black Lives Matter’ Cause →
To many people, the supportive corporate sentiments fell short without offering funding or other substantive resources.
· The Retiree's Dividend Portfolio - Jane's April Update: Looking More Like A Return To Normalcy →
The market ended on a positive note at the end of April but sentiment has faded as tensions with China rise and bleak retail sales figures are announced.
· Brave Isn't Moving BAT Token Prices The Way Many Hoped →
· Continued Pricing Pressure Tips Daqo's Risk Reward Prospect Slightly Bearish →
If general market sentiment is negative during potential downward earnings revisions, DQ may experienced downward pricing pressure.
· ‘Panic Is Not a Christian Virtue’ →
Trump’s sentiments align with those of a growing number of conservative pastors who believe governments are unfairly targeting churches and other houses of worship for closure.
· George Floyd protesters condemn 'opportunistic' looting and violence →
On Sunday, mayors of cities affected by the violence voiced similar sentiments.
· Stocks I Bought On The Dip: Align Technology →
As part of the analysis, I calculate what I consider to be the two main drivers of future total returns: Market Sentiment returns and Business returns.
· ABC stands by 'Life' website as commercial rivals crumble →
Weak consumer sentiment and economic slowdown driven by the coronavirus pandemic has caused a significant reduction in advertising spending which has caused the temporary suspension of titles like OK!, NW, Harper’s Bazaar, Belle and Elle, among others.
· Crisis a wake up call for advanced manufacturing in Australia →
The sentiments were echoed by UTS, Sydney professor Roy Green, another long-term advocate for the development of a local hi-tech manufacturing sector.