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More importantly, though, economic sentiment is much higher as well.
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If it is in tune with market sentiment, the listing could value the company at up to $13bn, well above the $3.3bn that Sir Len paid for it.
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Most echoed Thompson’s sentiment that “we should have constant testing,” but there was hesitation about too many nasal swabs or blood samples.
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In the first quarter, given the more active market sentiment, we increased our marketing spending and the total marketing expense increased 45% to $2.8 million.
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It’s imperative I declare that up front in case the sentiments expressed in the following paragraphs create the false impression I hold an unfavourable view of human resources practices.
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“And that’s what we have tried to capture in the campaign using a nice hummable track to connect with our consumers’ sentiments,” he added.
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That has hardened anti-Chinese sentiment in Canada, which had not historically been as suspicious as, say, the United States.
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This whipsaw in bullish and bearish sentiment has maintained daily volatility near +/-3.5% per day, double last year's level in what is typically a seasonal lowpoint.
The New York Times
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To be an artist, Eakins proposed in 1875, means looking without sentiment at the blunt facts of life and death.
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This schematic shows how investor sentiment has swung away from bricks and mortar towards growth.