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to satisfy to the full or to excess

an amount or quantity beyond what is needed, desired, or appropriate

Synonyms for glut

the quality of being so overabundant that prices fall

supply with an excess of

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As agricultural experts and officials from the four counties grapple with how to deal with the glut to cushion farmers from possible losses and prevent the crop from going to waste, poor post-harvest handling has been cited as the biggest challenge.The stakeholders want the government to impose a total ban on importation of green grams to protect producers, but also support production.
Our observation that GLUT-4 was the most strongly expressed GLUT isoform in OHCs may explain why diabetes can cause deafness.
Experiments in isolated human T cells demonstrated that these GLUT inhibitors blocked the secretion of pro-inflammatory cytokines, such as IL-17 and TNF-alpha, and modulated key intracellular signaling pathways in pathogenic T cells, including STAT1, STAT3 and S6K.
Prices had rallied earlier in the day, as the International Energy Agency forecast a sharp drop in the supply glut, and following a surprise fall in US crude reserves.
Consequently, nobody really knows how large the current glut is and whether it's growing or contracting.
In previous years, the government gave the task of removing the glut from the domestic market to the Pakistan Agriculture Storage and Supplies Corporation and the Trading Corporation of Pakistan.
Prices have tumbled since December 4, when the OPEC oil exporters' group refused to set a production limit despite a supply glut, anaemic demand and a slowing global economy.
There is a global crude oil price war against Iran, Russia and other competitors since June 2014 waged by the Saudi-led GCC bloc in OPEC, plus a global glut in marketable petroleum (oil & gas) caused by a GDP growth slow-down in the US and China-led emerging economies.
More than a decade ago, Ben Bernanke famously argued that a ballooning US trade deficit was the result not of domestic factors but of a"global saving glut": a huge excess of savings over investment in China and other developing nations, driven in part by policy reactions to the Asian crisis of the 1990s, which was flowing to the United States in search of returns.
Dubai: Brent crude fell more than 2 per cent as Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest exporter, raised production in March amid high inventory in the United States, adding to an already existing supply glut.
That year, Time magazine wrote, "The world was floating in a glut of oil."
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 6, 2015-Supply glut fears see US oil prices fall below USD50
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-January 6, 2015-Supply glut fears see US oil prices fall below USD50
ISLAMABAD -- European shares fell on Tuesday, led by energy companies as Brent oil fell to a fresh fiveandahalfyear low on persistent worries about a global supply glut.