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    idiotmike is offline Member
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    Dear all,


    How do you explain what the following sentence means? Thank you

    "the majority saw the risks to growth as weighted to the downside. "

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    They felt that the risks to growth outweighed the positive

    (It's an opaque and ugly sentence to me, but I think he basically means people had a bad feeling about growth)

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