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    Freundlich (Aktienmärkte)

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    Freundlich (Aktienmärkte)

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    Die Aktienmärkte präsentierten sich im ersten Quartal freundlich
    Comment
    Ich bin mir sicher, dass das schon mal gefragt wurde, vielleicht sogar von mir :-), aber die Suche im Archiv hat mir den Faden aus welchem Grund auch immer nicht ausgeworfen. Danke für Vorschläge!
    Authoropalo04 Mar 05, 09:26
    Suggestionbullish (as opposed to bearish)
    #1AuthorLara US04 Mar 05, 09:28
    Suggestionin a favourable mood/trend
    Sources
    Oxford Duden
    Comment
    "bullish" erscheint mir für "freundlich" etwas zu stark, denn es steht eigentlich für "optimistisch" oder "Haussestimmung".
    #2AuthorByrdy04 Mar 05, 09:36
    Comment
    support Lara
    If fail to see how stock markets can be in favorable mood
    Bullish means a rise in stock prices - same as "freundlich"
    #3AuthorJellysbina (de)04 Mar 05, 09:57
    Comment
    support Lara
    I fail to see how stock markets can be in favorable mood.
    Bullish means a rise in stock prices - same as "freundlich"
    #4AuthorJellybina (de)04 Mar 05, 09:57
    Suggestionbuoyant
    Context/ examples
    Graduates turn back on buoyant jobs market
    EducationGuardian.co.uk, UK - 9 Feb 2005

    This research shows that there is a really buoyant market out there and they should take advantage of it because it may not last forever.".
    Comment
    So habe ich es bisher immer übersetzt....
    #5AuthorMorningStar04 Mar 05, 11:22
    Comment
    See the following related discussion:   related discussion:Börsensituation, die vom Bären dominiert wird -- bear market [finan.]
    To me it seems that "freundlich" is a statement on how the market moved on a single day. In contrast, when the market is "bullish" that seems to be more long-term. Just my two cents.
    #6Authororeg04 Mar 05, 11:47
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    Thanks to all of you! In my text "freundlich" refers to half a year and as it occurs more than once I used both buyant and bullish.

    My Zahn Bank und Börsenwesen dictionary which I normally like a lot suggested cheerful tone / cheerful sentiment but I don't think these two are common in the UK or U.S. Or am I mistaken?'
    #7Authoropalo04 Mar 05, 11:55
    Comment
    A stock market cannot - ever - have a cheerful tone or cheerful sentiment.
    #8AuthorExasperated in Eurocity04 Mar 05, 12:06
    Comment
    Jellybina: you may fail to understand but it doesn't change the fact that US radio announcers (who are not illiterate) do use words like favorable and friendly to describe both the stock market itself, the Dow Jones, and the mood of both. They tend to use such words to describe a single day's trading rather than a whole six months so I support oreg's comment. I think the stock market is anthropomorphized in many ways.
    #9AuthorRoger 04 Mar 05, 12:12
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    I stand corrected - I would not have a problem with favorable or friendly stock markets, but can stock markets be in a favorable mood?
    #10AuthorJellybina (de)04 Mar 05, 12:21
     
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