Berkeley-based economist Enrico Moretti is also bearish on the future of the region.
Those who are bullish on America and bearish on China probably have it about right.
One critic, Nouriel Roubini, the bearish New York University economist known as Dr. Doom, was in attendance Friday morning.
AIPAC, for example, has been bearish on the peace process thus far.
The fact that people are being fired at such a high rate is a serious sign that employers are bearish about the near-term future.
He had evidently recovered his nerve, and seemed to take pleasure in piquing Charlie's bearish suspicions.
I am not naturally unsociable, or bearish, or a surly misogynist.
But of all the ill-tempered, bearish, detestable men I ever met in my life, he is the worst.
If I am bearish, I think the best thing you can do is to get out of my way at once.
That the man was a bear was a matter of course, and bears probably do not themselves know how bearish they are.
Showing a negative and unhopeful attitude; disheartening •Often used with ''on'' or ''about'': He's quite bearish on our chances/ She's not entirely discouraging but rather bearish
[fr the stock-market term bear market, ''market in which price, sales, etc, tend to decrease'']