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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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Missed costs In addition to the potential consequences of under and overvaluation, other factors to consider include debris removal and site clearance, disconnecting and reconnecting services, and the cost of materials, in the event where full or part rebuilds are required.
"The under-performance of madcaps from the end of 2017 was brought about by its overvaluation vis-a-vis large caps," said Radhakrishnan.
This led to persistent overvaluations of rupee contributing to a massive increase in trade and current account deficits; which was the central to the macroeconomic instability faced by the country today.
Output changes associated with exchange rate adjustments (i.e., the exchange rate overvaluation and the reserve-to-import ratio) are shown as "exchange rate" in Fig.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Sep 17 (ANI): Congress Member of Parliament Jairam Ramesh on Monday demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led central government should appoint a special counsel against the Adani group following the findings of the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) which has alleged overvaluation of coal imports.
Estimated overvaluation is likely to have reduced to 3.7% in August from 9.9% in the corresponding month last year, she said.
'First, with an effective exchange rate devaluation of approximately 20%, the overvaluation problem of the rupee has now been mostly resolved so there is little economic justification for further devaluation.'
Besides CPEC-related machinery imports, they said overvaluation of Pakistan rupee with an average of 17 per cent over 2013-18 was one of the key reasons for a significant increase in trade deficit over 2016-2018.
The second explanation refers to overvaluation as a target's stand-alone market value could exceed a fair bid constituting a negative offer premium.
Erik de Vrijer, IMF mission chief to Ireland, said: "We don't have very clear signs of overvaluation but it's going that way.
Comm'r of Revenue<br />&nbsp;<br />&nbsp;<br />Property Taxation<br />Appeals<br />The commissioner moved for partial dismissal of appellant's 2016 utility property tax appeal on the ground that the Tax Court lacked subject matter jurisdiction over the cooperative's overvaluation claim.
Export performance remained subdued due to low agricultural commodity prices, birr overvaluation, delays in some infrastructure projects and persistent structural impediments, including high logistic costs and lack of skilled labour.
Moreover, if inflation expectations are anchored and the government's liquidity risks do not rise sharply, currency flexibility will also enhance the country's price competitiveness given the current overvaluation of the rupee, it added.
Moreover, if inflation expectations are anchored and the government's liquidity risks do not rise sharply, currency flexibility would also enhance Pakistan's price competitiveness, given the current overvaluation of the PKR.'