The outdoor bronze sculpture of a bull crashing into a bear. In fact, there is no exact source for the symbolic significance of these two animals in the financial market. A more popular view is derived from both (which occurred in the London Stock Exchange in the 17th century). In different fighting behaviors near the exchange, bulls try to push their opponents up with their horns, while bears usually slap their opponents under their feet with their paws. This kind of upward and downward movement was later cited in financial markets to describe the rise and fall of the market. Another argument is that middlemen selling bearskins will sell short before receiving the spot, hoping that the price of bearskins will decrease in order to make a huge profit. Therefore, the decline in market prices is called a bear market. In the past, there were often bull and bear fighting activities. As the bear's opponent, the bull was naturally regarded as a symbol of the market rise. Although there are different opinions, the market has reached a consensus on the description of the bull market and bear market, and many exchanges have also placed bull and bear statues in front of their doors to symbolize the market's ups and downs.
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