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  1. near-term(Adjective)


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  1. nearterm


  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of near-term in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of near-term in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of near-term in a Sentence

  1. The Fed:

    Financial sector vulnerabilities are likely to be significant, in the near term, the strains on household and business balance sheets from the economic and financial shocks since March will likely create fragilities that last for some time.

  2. Stefan Worrall:

    The U.S. dollar remains doggedly below 110 yen, which will cap any notions of a sustained rebound, we're unlikely to see more conviction behind further yen strength or weakness until after next week's big Fed and Bank of Japan meetings, which means for now the market will remain influenced predominantly by micro- and near-term events, the most obvious being earnings.

  3. Ellis Taylor:

    That makes it hard to see where more sales will come from in the near term.

  4. Lee Hardman:

    The relative attractiveness of the U.S. dollar has been boosted in the near-term by building concerns over the outlook for growth outside of the U.S., the rising probability of President (Donald) Trump winning a second term and further evidence of the ongoing resilience of the U..S economy, however, the Fed's reluctance to tighten policy should help to dampen upside potential for U.S. yields and the U.S. dollar.

  5. Mark Haefele:

    Record highs tend to be supportive of, rather than detrimental to, near-term returns, a sell-in-May strategy lowers long-term returns. We believe it's important to focus on time in the market, rather than timing the market.

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