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Synonyms for oversupply

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

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Synonyms for oversupply

the quality of being so overabundant that prices fall

supply with an excess of

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Despite the short-term momentum, Opec's (Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) monthly report released last week pointed in the direction of oversupply in 2020, with non-Opec supply expected to reach 2.44 million bpd compared to the global demand of 1.14 million bpd.
FORECASTER: Jonathan Lints, divisional director at Clarksons Platou, says there is an oversupply of vessels due to shortage of work
"It is this oversupply of spaces that is continuing to encourage people to drive into the city centre, in spite of the fact we are bringing in policies to shift them away from the car, with all the health implications, to public transport, cycling and walking.
'The patterns of oversupply and falling prices are evident in both commercial and residential markets across the GCC region.
'With low prices of coconut oil in the world market and an oversupply of copra locally, farmers have complained of very little income from their coconuts.
Uptake of Grade A office space continued in the second half of 2018, although prime rents stagnated at $1.3 (Sh130 per square foot per month owing to the current oversupply.
This has created a "too many hens in the hen house" scenario that's led to the state's oversupply. Exporting dried cannabis would, presumably, help abate some of that oversupply and possibly improve per-gram pricing.
Dual VA and non-VA prescription use may also lead patients to receive more medication than is required (i.e., medication oversupply), if prescribers who are unaware of one another issue duplicate prescriptions (Farley et al.
Argus analyst Jacob Kilstein raised his price target on AvalonBay (AVB) to $205 and kept his Buy rating, citing the company's better than expected Q3 earnings along with his diminishing concerns about housing oversupply in New York over the near term.
National police chief Director General Oscar Albayalde disputed on Monday the claim of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) that there is already an oversupply of illegal drugs in the country that led to the significant reduction of the price of shabu.
DA to introduce other crops to Calabarzon amid tomato oversupply' !-- -- Rosette Adel (philstar.com) - October 9, 2018 - 9:53pm MANILA, PhilippinesThe Department of Agriculture on Tuesday said it is targeting to help ease the "oversupply" of tomatoes in Region IV-A (CALABARZON) by sharing new crops with farmers.
The Ministry of Energy of Kazakhstan declared about oversupply of RON 92 petrol at the domestic market, Deputy Energy Minister Bolat Akchulakov said.
The company's food safety lab is set to develop new pitaya products to add value to the fruit, and to tackle the oversupply problem.
Accordingly, there was a variety of forecasts on when this oversupply in the market is expected to end," Sentyurin told Gulf Times in an interview.
The oversupply in office spaces in Malaysia's capital and satellite cities is expected to worsen this year amid weak demand for commercial properties, according to international property consultancy Knight Frank.