exuberance exuberance  /ɪɡ ˈzu bə rəns/


  1. (n) joyful enthusiasm
  2. (n) overflowing with eager enjoyment or approval


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  1. Twenty people who exemplify courage, selflessness, exuberance, superhuman ability and amazing grace Robinson, Lindbergh, Kennedys, Ali, more.
  2. Art Nouveau, all curves and sinuous decorations, had burned itself out in a brilliant burst of exuberance; the seductive Art Deco style promised to do the same.
  3. But if so, then it would also seem to make sense to ignore the prices prevailing in a market that is out of its mind with exuberance.


  1. Stocks Pop And Credit Markets Drop As Hindenburg Omen Re-Appears

    The cluster of Omens is starting to build - now 3 in the last 7 trading days. This cluster is now the most frequent since the 2007 highs - more 'clustery' than the 2010 signals. Volume today was dismal - among the lowest of the year in both futures and cash. Equity markets were bid out of the gate on the back of Japanese exuberance - and JPY carry - which oddly hadn't helped European risk ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Zero Hedge

  2. Graduates laugh, hug their way through it

    Tue, 11 Jun 2013 13:49:03 GMT By SARAH PALERMO Monitor staff In the last moment of his high school career, Jared Clough of Canterbury got swept up in the enthusiasm of his classmates and – for old times’ sake – gave one last burst of youthful exuberance. Belmont High School officials stood ready to give Clough his ...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Concord Monitor

  3. Richard Koo: "Honeymoon For Abenomics Is Over"

    As we noted just two weeks ago - before the hope-and-change-driven exuberance in Japanese equities came crashing down - " those who believe in Abenomics are suffering from amnesia, " and Nomura's Richard Koo clarifies just who is responsible for the exuberance and why things are about to shift dramatically. Reasons cited for the equity selloff include Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke’s remarks about ...
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Zero Hedge

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