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opportunistically

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  • adv. In an opportunistic manner.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "opportunistically" - when they are selling at prices to low for the company to resist.

    SiliconBeat

  • He said the company would look at "opportunistically" tapping credit markets, including funding sources in the U.S., sell "noncore" assets, or reprioritize its capital spending.

    GM May Look to Raise Additional Cash

  • A team of analysts looks for cheap munis to buy "opportunistically," he says.

    Dialing Down Risk

  • Tuesday at the National Economic Development and Labour Council and because the TAC knew it would come before Cabinet soon, the organisation was trying "opportunistically" to place itself at the centre of attention.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The REIT received proceeds of nearly $400 million that it plans to "opportunistically" invest in the beaten-down hotel sector, which suffered a - 16. 7% decline in revenue per available room in 2009, one of the worst years for the industry.

    GuruFocus Updates -

  • Simply put, the theory said, the Fed should not deliberately induce recessions to reduce inflation, but rather "opportunistically" welcome recessions when they inevitably happen, bringing cyclical disinflationary dividends.

    Center for American Progress Action Fund

  • "opportunistically" included a R1500 minimum wage demand to try and win public sympathy, adding this demand was of no relevance to members of the Public Service Association, the PSL and other staff associations whose members earned way above this.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "opportunistically," and no specific purposes have yet been identified, according to one of the people familiar with the matter.

    WSJ.com: What's News US

  • The Creoles, seeking occasion against the capitulators of Spain, and seeking to declare their independence, opportunistically seized on the arrogant Spanish shop-keeper by asking him for something they knew he would refuse: a flower vase.

    20 Julio de 1810 « Unknowing

  • The parallel fund will be deployed opportunistically, he added.

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