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Synonyms for dovish

opposed to war

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Tillerson has been one of the representative dovish figures in the administration, and has often clashed with Trump over North Korea issues.
A dovish ECB stance is likely to benefit emerging market assets, particularly fixed income.
The dovish tone of the press conference encouraged buying of stocks.
Economists have said such move has been translated by markets as a dovish bias and that economic managers are tolerating a weaker peso amid rising inflation.
BSP's dovish bias through a cut in RRR would likely weaken the peso," Cuyegkeng said, adding that the reduction "supports the view of greater tolerance towards a weaker currency.
The dovish rate hike signal from the Bank of England now means that cable's upper limit is 1.
The takeaway from the closed-door meeting was simple: even if interest rates are not lowered in the October 4 monetary policy - as the outcome would now depend on the decision of the newly constituted six-member Monetary Policy Committee (of which Patel is a member) - the central bank is likely to maintain a dovish and accommodative stance on interest rates and liquidity.
The question at this point is to what extent the Fed's dual mandate is still valid as this renewed dovish stance comes against the backdrop of an unemployment rate at a multi-year low of 4.
It's dovish but not extremely dovish," said Bucky Hellwig, senior vice president at BB&T Wealth Management, in Birmingham, Alabama.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's dovish remarks on the pace of rate hikes sent exporters lower and compounded a dour market mood.
The Fed has given markets "a dovish surprise" on March 16 when it revised down its projections for the policy rate in 2016 from four hikes to two hikes of 25 basis points each, QNB has said.
Global Banking News-March 16, 2016--Barclays official says Fed cannot afford to be too dovish
Markets judged theFed's statement to be dovish, supportive of risk assets including equities.
The pan-European Stoxx 600 index was trading up about 1 percent, buoyed by dovish statements from the European Central Bank President Mario Draghi.
1387 as dovish Fed minutes further delayed rate hike expectations.