dovish : Definition, Usages, News and More
- His position on this can be described neither as hawkish nor dovish: he saw the creation of an independent homeland for the homeless Jewish people as, first and foremost, a crucial .
- It's worth noting, of course, that even had the more dovish Livni been in charge, peace with the Palestinians would not be achieved anytime soon.
- One of George McGovern's insistent, and so far less than persuasive campaign themes, has been his distinguishing between his dovish stand on Viet Nam and his relatively hawkish .
- David Powell in Reuters
Not only did they surprise the market but they also included a statement whose tone was somewhat dovish,said David Powell, currency analyst at IDEAglobal in New York. "In other words, they left the door open for further cuts in the first...
- JP Morgan in Reuters South Africa
Weak result of jobless claims and/or dovish Fed commentary should heighten the speculation on a 50 bps cut, resulting in further USD decline,JP Morgan said in a research note.