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    #1

    outlook on something vs outlook for something

    I am still puzzled when I should use each of these expressions.
    Are these sentences correct?
    What's the general rule?

    The outlook for communism has changed in the 90s.
    My outlook on the company is simple - it's a bomb.

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    Re: outlook on something vs outlook for something

    The outlook for communism changed in the 90s.
    My outlook for the company is simple – it will be a bomb.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: outlook on something vs outlook for something

    She has a delightfully sunny outlook on life.
    I am not a teacher.

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