antipathy, aversion, distastenoun
a feeling of intense dislike
the act of turning yourself (or your gaze) away
"averting her gaze meant that she was angry"
Opposition or repugnance of mind; fixed dislike.
Due to her aversion to the outdoors she complained throughout the entire camping trip.
An object of dislike or repugnance.
Pushy salespeople are a major aversion of mine.
The act of turning away from an object.
a turning away
opposition or repugnance of mind; fixed dislike; antipathy; disinclination; reluctance
the object of dislike or repugnance
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
a-vėr′-shun, n. dislike: hatred: the object of dislike. [See Avert.]
The numerical value of aversion in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of aversion in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
You can see there is edginess in the market, if you get something strong (in payrolls data) that really makes it look like the Fed are going to hike, with all the Greek uncertainty in the background too, you could really get some risk aversion breaking out.
Recent events surrounding U.S.-China ties threaten to raise new points of conflict beyond just trade differences, risk aversion shall continue being the de facto mode for global investors.
We and the industry are facing unprecedented headwinds, for example from interest rates, which have pressured net interest margins in all of our businesses and from macroeconomic and political uncertainties that have contributed to huge risk aversion among our clients, industry activity levels in investment banking advisory have slowed markedly year on year, and, while equity volumes in the US are buoyant, flat volumes in Europe and sharp declines in Asia do not favor our geographic mix.
We need to be aware of risk aversion if geopolitical risks show signs of spreading, but it won't negatively impact the financial system if such risks are geographically contained.
The market was caught on the wrong foot as everyone expected talks were heading in the right direction and almost close to finishing, this was totally out of the blue and the reaction is that we have more risk aversion today.
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- антипатия, отвращениеBulgarian
- aversióCatalan, Valencian
- averze, odporCzech
- vastenmielisyys, vastahakoisuusFinnish
- aversi, keenggananIndonesian
- отвращение, неприятие, неприязньRussian
- averzija, otporSerbo-Croatian
- aversion, motviljaSwedish
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