/'bυlɪʃ/ adjective
optimistic, feeling that prices of shares will rise
‘…another factor behind the currency market’s bullish mood may be the growing realisation that Japan stands to benefit from the current combination of high domestic interest rates and a steadily rising exchange rate’ [Far Eastern Economic Review]
‘…currency traders chose to ignore better unemployment statistics from France, preferring to focus on the bullish outlook for the dollar’ [Times]

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  • Bullish — Bull ish, a. Partaking of the nature of a bull, or a blunder. [1913 Webster] Let me inform you, a toothless satire is as improper as a toothed sleek stone, and as bullish. Milton. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bullish — 1560s, from BULL (Cf. bull) (1) + ISH (Cf. ish); stock market sense is from 1882 …   Etymology dictionary

  • bullish — ► ADJECTIVE 1) aggressively confident and self assertive. 2) Stock Exchange characterized or influenced by rising share prices. DERIVATIVES bullishly adverb bullishness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • bullish — [bool′ish] adj. 1. of or like a bull 2. a) rising, or causing, expecting, etc. a rise, as in prices on the stock exchange b) optimistic bullishly adv. bullishness n …   English World dictionary

  • bullish — A tendency for prices to move up. The CENTER ONLINE Futures Glossary Word used to describe an investor s attitude. Bullish refers to an optimistic outlook, while bearish means a pessimistic outlook. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * bullish… …   Financial and business terms

  • bullish — adjective Date: 1566 1. suggestive of a bull (as in brawniness) 2. a. marked by, tending to cause, or hopeful of rising prices (as in a stock market) < a bullish market > < bullish policies > < bullish investors > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • bullish — [[t]b ʊlɪʃ[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED On the stock market, if there is a bullish mood, prices are expected to rise. Compare bearish. The market opened in a bullish mood. 2) ADJ GRADED: oft ADJ about/on n If someone is bullish about something, they are… …   English dictionary

  • bullish — UK [ˈbʊlɪʃ] / US adjective 1) expecting a successful future The team was in a bullish mood before the start of the game. 2) business a bullish market is one in which the prices of shares are rising See: bearish 3) a) business expecting the prices …   English dictionary

  • Bullish — Das Börsensentiment (franz. Sentiment für: Empfindung, Gefühl) ist das deutsche Kunstwort für die Stimmungen (bullish, bearish, euphorisch, panisch) an den Investitions und Spekulationsmärkten der Börse. Stimmungsindikatoren sind der Maßstab für… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • bullish — bul|lish [ˈbulıʃ] adj 1.) [not before noun] feeling confident about the future ▪ He s very bullish about the company s prospects. 2.) technical in a business market that is bullish, the prices of ↑shares are rising or seem likely to rise… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bullish — adjective 1 (not before noun) feeling confident about the future: very bullish about the company s prospects 2 technical in a business market that is bullish the prices of shares (share2 (6)) tend or seem likely to rise bullishly adverb… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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