bull market

bull market
A period of rising market prices. Chicago Board of Trade glossary
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When prices are rising, the market is said to be a "bull market"; individuals who anticipate higher prices are considered "bulls." Situations arising which are expected to bring higher prices are called "bullish." The CENTER ONLINE Futures Glossary
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Any market in which prices are in an upward trend. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary
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A market in which prices are rising. Chicago Mercantile Exchange Glossary
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A prolonged period of generally rising prices. Exchange Handbook Glossary
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Widespread rise in security prices. A 'bull' investor believes that share prices will rise. They buy securities in the hope that they will be able to sell them at a profit later once the price has risen

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   A market in which prices have been rising for a prolonged period, fuelled by the prevalent view that share prices will continue to rise and that higher prices are justified. The opposite of bear market.
   ► See also Bear Market.

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bull market UK US noun [C] (also bull, also bull run) FINANCE, STOCK MARKET
a period when the price of shares and other investments are higher than usual, and many people invest because they expect to earn large profits: »

When the market is down, you lay off the traders hired during the bull market.

bull market in sth »

A long bull market in stocks was coming to an end.

Compare BEAR MARKET(Cf. ↑bear market)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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