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A 2010 study found that people with positive emotions were about 20% less likely than their gloomier peers to have a heart attack or develop heart disease.
The Danish company, which last month lowered its profit forecast for 2015 citing a gloomier outlook for the global shipping market, will shed 4,000 jobs in its Maersk Line unit as part of a program to 'simplify the organization'.
The IMF is gloomier about that than we are, their gloomiest scenario is gloomier than ours, but we have come to an agreement about the approach," he said.
The volume of new export orders rose slightly, but the outlook for the next quarter is gloomier.
The Bank of England's chief economist has given the clearest indication yet that interest rates are unlikely to rise until the middle of next year as economic prospects have become gloomier.
THE future of the Arrows' players seems to be getting gloomier after some of the clubs expressed their reservations in recruiting them.
The urban areas are facing power outage by 12 hours daily while this sad phenomenon of undeclared load has gone gloomier in the rural areas as this specter has committed rural population to 18 hours long load shedding.
Dr Jan-Emmanuel De Neve from University College London and Professor Andrew Oswald from the University of Warwick, found that happy individuals' greater wealth is due partly to them being more likely to get a degree, a job and get promoted faster than their gloomier counterparts.
The bank's decision to do more was backed up by its gloomier view of the economy.
Summary: Asian stocks rose Tuesday as optimism China might take new steps to stimulate its slowing economy offset weak US data and the IMF's gloomier outlook for world growth.
Voters in the UK were gloomier than people elsewhere in the G20, where an average 58 per cent think their countries' economies are heading in the wrong direction.
The Australian indie rockers claimed their self-titled second album, due out on Monday, was a lyrically gloomier affair than their gold-selling 2009 offering, Conditions.