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All of this bullishness will continue to stand in stark contrast to warnings by many world leaders.
WALES TEAM' Jamie Jackson, wrote: Gareth Bale has continued his bullishness towards England stating none of Roy Hodgson's players are good enough to be in the Wales team.
Yet that's exactly what Jaguar has done and a closer look at the XE reveals the reasons behind their bullishness. The chassis is a 75 per cent aluminium monocoque, light but immensely strong.
Will this bullishness mean a major hit when the Fed finally hikes interest rates, as it must this summer?
Harrington's bullishness for March 10 is shared by McCoy, who told At The Races: "Cheltenham is totally different.
''We're just continuing the bullishness that we've had,'' said Rex Macey, Chief Investment Officer of Wilmington Trust Investment Advisors, a unit of Wilmington Trust Bank.
According to the report, Tottenham's bullishness about their prospects of keeping Bale from the clutches of Europe's top clubs this summer, chiefly Real Madrid, takes in the player's happiness at White Hart Lane; the fact that he has youth on his side; the likely presence of interested bidders for years to come; and also their abiliity to price predators out of the market.
The dollar extended its gains against the yen, carrying over its bullishness a day after the BOJ surprised market players with what its new head Haruhiko Kuroda termed an unprecedented scale of monetary easing.
Britain's top shares edged lower on Monday, with the benchmark FTSE 100 index struggling to break through fresh five-year highs as investors temper long-term bullishness with short-term caution.
Investors' bullishness reflects a growing confidence in economic recovery.
So, given my blossoming bullishness through the latter stages of this year I hope you will indulge me in being seasonably festive and cheery.
The EUR has continued to move higher and recent rise gathered momentum last week, adding credence to our view that early decline from 1.4940 has indeed ended at 1.2042 and indicated targets at 1.2885 (38.2% Fibo retracement of 1.4248-1.2042) and 1.2930-35 (61.8% Fibo retracement of 1.3486-1.2042) had been met, Bullishness remains for a stronger retracement of medium term downtrend to 1.3200, then previous resistance at 1.3284, but, the near term overbought condition should prevent sharp move beyond there and the resistance at 1.3385 should cap the upside action and bring on a retreat.