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who believes a stock
or the overall market
will decline. A bear market is a prolonged period of falling stock prices, usually by 20% or more. Related: bull
An investor who believes a security or some other asset or the security markets in general will follow a broad downward path. An investor can often be a bear on a particular security but not on the general market and vice versa. Compare bull
bear a person who sells a financial security (stock, share, foreign currency, etc.) in expectation that its market price is likely to fall. See SPECULATION. Compare BULL.
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We allowed them to bore down
into the bedrock and put in a permanent fix to replace the temporary pipes that were above ground after the slide and we're glad we did,'' Morgan said.
But after a sleepless night Sunday as the storm bore down
on Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi and a worry-filled 48-hours, that was all Cook needed to know.
Jammed phoned lines made it difficult for New Orleans transplants living in Southern California to reach friends and family back home Sunday, as Hurricane Katrina bore down
on the Big Easy.
Unfazed, Weaver bore down
and struck out Danny Bautista to end the inning.
The workers, apparently thinking the race was over, were repairing divots near the top of the stretch as the seven horses bore down