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bear

noun [C] (FINANCE)
金融
 
 
/beər/ US  /ber/ specialized
a person who sells shares when prices are expected to fall, in order to make a profit by buying them back again at a lower price
(股市中)做空頭者,預期股市行情看跌的人
→  Compare bull Financial investments and the stock market
Translations of “bear”
in Arabic دُبّ…
in Korean 곰…
in Malaysian beruang…
in French ours…
in Turkish ayı…
in Italian orso…
in Russian медведь…
in Polish niedźwiedź…
in Vietnamese con gấu…
in Spanish oso…
in Portuguese urso…
in Thai หมี…
in German der Bär…
in Catalan ós…
in Japanese クマ…
in Indonesian beruang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 金融, 空头,预期股市看跌的人…
(Definition of bear noun (FINANCE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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