English version

bull market

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Stocks & shares
bull marketˈbull ˌmarket noun [countable] technical 🔊 🔊 a stock market in which the price of shares is going up and people are buying thembear market
Examples from the Corpus
bull marketSpicer points out that the sector has thrived in a bull market but the advertising boom may be coming to an end.The effect is similar to a situation in which share prices rapidly increase - a bull market.They hear that there is a bull market to ride, and they do not care which direction the bull is headed.By contrast, 1995 saw a drop-dead bull market.Yet savers will still profit from the bull market as beneficiaries of the pension funds to which they sold their shares.The number of unit holder accounts has also grown, particularly in the bull market years of 1985 to 1987.This bull market will end, as every bull market eventually ends.
From Longman Business Dictionarybull marketˈbull ˌmarket [countable]FINANCE a financial market in which prices are rising, especially over a long period of timeEven badly managed companies do well in a bull market. market
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