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New post 15 Mar 2019, 10:36
" to have confidence in someone" is also a correct idiom which means:-
to trust someone; to know that someone will be true.

Example : (1) I have confidence in you, and I know you will do well. (2) Randy tends not to have confidence in anyone.

Hence, all the tree sentences are grammatically correct !
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New post 28 Mar 2019, 20:35
If it is written like "market is confident that...", i guess then it would sound correct.
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