overvaluation


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Synonyms for overvaluation

an appraisal that is too high

too high a value or price assigned to something

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However, the overvaluation of many traditional asset classes, combined with the incredible growth opportunities offered by technology, certainly make this an interesting space and one where the returns are worth waiting for.
Agents would not hesitate to tell the truth in overvaluation and principals would accept the agents' claims in undervaluation because it would not affect the wage payment.
While parental overvaluation Is associated with higher levels of child narcissism over time, it is not associated with more self-esteem.
The minimum exchange rate was introduced during a period of exceptional overvaluation ofthe Swiss franc and an extremely high level of uncertainty on the financial markets.
Fitch sees overvaluation in the Canadian housing market as a problem, mainly in Vancouver and Greater Toronto Area.
According to the Lloyds Bank Private Banking Investor Sentiment Index investors are less confident in US stocks, possibly due to a combination of weather-related slowdown and concerns over possible overvaluation while sentiment in UK property has slowed down following large leaps.
They conclude that their "results are consistent with the view that the large loss deal firms were overvalued and that this overvaluation was corrected over time," (p.
15) It is this fear of overvaluation that grounds, for example, the exclusion of hearsay (16) and much of the bar on the use of character evidence.
In due course, the real effective exchange rate (REER) has probably come close to 120 in March, which is the CBT's overvaluation threshold.
Thirty-seven individual contributions relating to the overvaluation of new approaches in food testing and hazard identification from commission members and leading experts are pretested in full with full color reproductions of presentation materials.
The recent failure to attract a reputable buyer reflected the overvaluation of Zalkar bank, the unconventional auction process, and weak intra-government coordination, according to the IMF.
against which under- or overvaluation of prices can be measured.
The circuits are currently split over whether these penalties apply when the underlying deduction or credit is disallowed on grounds unrelated to overvaluation.
Zafar Mahmood said that three agreements of custom cooperation were signed with India to address non-tariff barriers (NTB) including solving issue of overvaluation by custom and delay in custom clearance.