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English definition of “bearish note”

bearish note

noun [C]
 
 
( also bear note) FINANCE, STOCK MARKET
a statement in a report by a financial organization saying that it expects the price of a particular company's shares to go down: issue/publish a bearish note on sth The heavyweight stockbroker issued a bearish note on the company, sending shares in the chemicals giant £4 lower to £211.5. →  Compare bullish note
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