Did you perchance mean headwind?
- n. Plural form of headwind.
“With the slowdown in demand for Perceptive and some of the, I think you used the term headwinds that that popped up there.”
“There may still be a need for some monetary stimulation to offset what he calls headwinds.”
“And while there are what it calls headwinds holding back the economy, there are also tailwinds pushing it forward - corporate finances that are generally in good shape, for example, and private sector job creation - which the IoD believes should be enough to prevent a double dip recession, provided consumer and business confidence doesn't begin to slide.”
“Despite the near-term headwinds, the Beaverton, Ore., company's earnings per share are likely to grow by double digits this year, to $4.33 a share from $3.86, on around $21 billion in revenue.”
“Nonetheless, "We think Tiffany remains an attractive long-term investment," said Jason Asaeda , equity analyst with S&P Capital IQ, saying that the "near-term headwinds in the U.S. and Europe," are counterbalanced by its leadership in high-end jewelry retailing and growing global brand awareness.”
“HSBC Chief Executive Stuart Gulliver said last week that Asia will remain the bank's "heartland," and Latin America and the Middle East will continue to be growth areas despite short-term headwinds from higher costs in Latin America and political stability in the Middle East.”
“It said Danish banks could face some short-term headwinds due to Amagerbanken's failure, but that its troubles were well-known and should be s een as a bank-specific issue rather than a sector issue.”
“Given short-term headwinds and longer-term structural shifts, investors may have to change both their expectations for returns and how they think about them.”
“While the overall outlook is positive, there could be some near-term headwinds as demand from the mass-transit sector and highway-related projects take a hit due to tighter credit market conditions, said Chen Hongzhou , vice director at Chinalco Luoyang Copper Co, a unit of Aluminum Corp. of China Ltd. or Chinalco.”
“WELLINGTON, New Zealand -- A [/FTR-DROP3] ir New Zealand is facing severe near-term headwinds from skyrocketing jet-fuel prices and a potential downturn in passenger demand.”
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