ニュースの中での Tend

コロケーションの例

people tend 人々は傾向がある
tend not しない傾向がある
tend to focus 集中する傾向がある
tend to form 形成する傾向がある
tend to use 使用する傾向がある

出版物および例文

Seeking Alpha
· Update On REMX- The Rare Earth Metals ETF  
These long and short positions tend to change on an intraday basis.
Seeking Alpha
· Trinseo Divisions Show Recovery Across The Board While Their Bonds Have Recovered And The Stock To Follow  
It is well-known that bond markets are not only much larger but tend to be much more efficient and better reflect fundamentals of the underlying securities.
Seeking Alpha
· Bubble? Any Bears Left? Asking For A Friend  
These types of returns are ripe for a massive pullback, and as one domino falls, the other tends to follow.
Seeking Alpha
· Newmont Is Hovering Slightly Above A Great Buying Point  
This box tends to remove commodity companies from my portfolio, and I am okay with that.
Seeking Alpha
· Lockdown Ending - Stocks To Buy  
Stock market valuations at the beginning of new economic cycles tend to be stretched because of the extended period of exciting growth visibility on offer.
Seeking Alpha
· Anaplan: Time To Course-Correct  
These peers tend to trade at high single-digit or low double-digit valuation multiples:
Vox
· Trump’s purge of inspectors general, explained  
Unlike other presidential appointees who come and go with different administrations, inspectors general tend to stick around.
The Guardian
· NHS to increase Covid-19 patients receiving antibody therapy  
The principle behind the therapy is that people who fight off severe infections tend to develop high levels of antibodies in their blood, which protect them in the future.
The Independent
· Missing your barista coffee fix? Here's everything you need to make it at home  
We loved the fact you can load up two types of beans, that every step of the coffee is editable and the machine intuitively remembers what you tend to prefer – right down to which beans for which type of coffee.
Seeking Alpha
· Bulls Vs. Bears: We Share Our Views  
That number tends to hit its low point near tops, and peaks near bottoms.