negative catalyst

neg·a·tive cat·a·lyst

a catalyst that retards a reaction.
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Now, the prospect of more regulation may sound like a potential negative catalyst at first.
The first place to look for a negative catalyst is geopolitical risk, simply because an 18 times market clearly puts the odds of a shock at close to zero.
Too many investors see the Fed as a likely negative catalyst.
While we see no obvious negative catalyst near term, expectations are rising and.
We believe that there is an absence of near term positive catalysts and the increased probability of a negative catalyst for CIBC shares.
We note that the company could miss its profit guidance, providedlast month and thus the publication of financials could be negative catalyst for the stock in the short term.
The big negative catalyst, of course, was the highly publicized recall last spring of several brands of wet dog and cat food that contained wheat gluten sourced in China that was contaminated with melamine.
A potential tariff of 10%-15%, which is the most commonly cited negative catalyst that could disrupt the company's growth, won't impact Sunrun's 15% growth guidance, as it was already built into the plan, Shah tells investors in a research note.
We note that the company could miss its profit guidance, provided last month and thus the publication of financials could be negative catalyst for the stock in the short term.
However, heightened global competition, given that Cooper expands its international exposure, can act as a negative catalyst for the company.
They don't see a negative catalyst on the horizon until then, so continue to buy dips and pauses for now.
The crisis between Russia and Ukraine and the sluggish Chinese data which confirm a slowdown in growth are the two big negative catalysts for markets," said Lionel Jardin, head of institutional sales at Assya Capital in Paris.