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expecting prices to fall

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That leaves China, the uptick in US rigs and increased bearishness among hedge funds and commodity banks as new information to explain the sudden plunge in prices.
Falling prices and rising open interest: If prices fall and open interest rises ( more than its average), it shows bearishness.
Falling prices and falling open interest: If price falls along with the above-average fall in open interest, it shows a very short-term bearishness.
Bearishness continues to shadow the yen due to continued weakness in the Japanese economy, dealers in New York said.
In the short term, bearishness could drive LME aluminum prices down another $200 per ton, he predicted, but in the long-term, rampant pessimism and short-selling could be met with a "whipsaw" effect if some positive economic news shows that the market over-reacted to bad news.
The bearishness on the stock market was further magnified by a comment by U.
Some market observers saw in Wednesday's trading activity a clear rejection of that bearishness, which appeared to be gaining speed after four straight declines.
debt and budget deficits from the Paulson TARP plan certainly may warrant long-term dollar bearishness.
Clients in Singapore and Malaysia remain negative on growth, although their level of bearishness has moderated versus 2016,' Standard Chartered said.
If the index drops below the 10,150, this could spark a weakness into the market; the breach could confirm the bearishness of that candle.
Inheriting bearishness from overnight trading in New York, the dollar fell to the lower 95 yen level in Tokyo morning deals as market participants became less confident about the U.
Also, the US dollar, in which crude oil trading is conducted, has strengthened against the euro, which has contributed to bearishness on the global oil markets.
Foreign-brand small cars sold well in Japan last year, but this was more than offset by slow sales of others stemming from bearishness in the wake of the Sept.
NASDAQ: BEBE) has been the target of increasing bearishness by analysts.
Bearishness in energy prices is spilling over and may hurt risk sentiment.