positive bias

positive bias

[′päz·əd·iv ′bī·əs]
(electronics)
A bias such that the control grid of an electron tube is positive with respect to the cathode.
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Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Aug 27 (ANI): Equity benchmark indices oscillated between gains and losses on Tuesday but closed with a positive bias due to a rally in auto, FMCG and metal stocks.
Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty points to four reasons that she has a positive bias on Apple ahead of its report of June quarter earnings - investor sentiment is unusually negative; she expects Services revenue growth to accelerate for the first time since the March 2018 quarter; iPhone data held up in her checks; and she believes September quarter consensus estimates give the company a low bar and low risk of a guidance miss.
said "share prices will track the positive bias of earnings (which are) seen to sustain the modest 9.6 percent year-on-year gains in the first quarter."
Going ahead in the second half of 2019, the Nifty is expected to trade with a neutral to positive bias in the average range of 11,400 to 12,600 points with an upside bias, John added.
While equities markets around the world were mainly flat with a positive bias last week, the main index ended with its biggest weekly loss going back to June of last year, noted Christopher Mangun, head of research at Eagle Equities Inc.
In totality with expectation of a breather from the US-China meeting which concluded today led the market to close on a positive bias," said Vinod Nair, Head of Research, Geojit Financial Services.
"Broadly, the policy is neutral for bond markets, though retains a positive bias, even as a progressive cut in SLR by 1.5 percent to 18 percent can reduce demand for Government bonds in the near term," said Kumaresh Ramakrishnan, Head - Fixed Income, DHFL Pramerica Mutual fund.
He urged them to have positive bias towards agriculture and rural areas while allocating resources.
The Roche, Beijing Strong, and Mindray assays exhibited both negative and positive bias. The bias at the three concentration levels was quite small, indicating that the calibration bias can almost be ignored and that the accuracy of the methods was sufficient [Figure 1]a, Roche assay].
However, prices of most polymer products remained largely stable with a positive bias during the quarter.
In this study, we investigated the matter further to determine whether mass spectrometric measurement of the IgG subclasses would corroborate the respective BSIN measurements, and whether, in the setting of an increased IgG4, the mass spectrometric SumIgG would equal the total IgG measurement, as opposed to exhibiting a positive bias as observed with the BSIN SumIgG.

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