- v. To price incorrectly or unsuitably.
- mis- + price (Wiktionary)
“Citing higher-than-anticipated 'medical costs' that led the company to 'misprice' its health plans.”
“But with copyright, the public will pay for creative works in rough proportion to their overall value (of course, the copyright holder might misprice his works and force a sub-optimal level of consumption; since he would likely suffer as much or more than the public from that, we may expect the market overall to minimize such problems).”
“What does a country do when that trading partner continues to misprice its currency and subsidize its industries without regard for the impact on its trading partner and disregards repeated requests to stop?”
“Lucky for him that the short-term focus of the stock market often neglects the long-term economics of a business, which means the stock market will often misprice a great business.”
“Warren likes to wait until the securities have traded for a while and the shortsightedness of the stock market has had a chance to misprice the securities downward.”
“As the costs of their liabilities decline to unrealistic levels - banks misprice their assets as well.”
“This gives the book sweep, as he explores why we misprice nature (by polluting it), tolerate illegal immigrants (cheap farmhands and cleaners), and believe that the price of life is incalculable (even though government agencies do the math).”
“The bottom line for policy is that June is still live and markets continue to misprice the probability of a tightening at that meeting," said Adam Carr, a senior economist at ICAP Australia Ltd. in Sydney.”
“If bankers are incentivised to misprice credit, then that is what they will do.”
“Since it is impossible in principle for all market actors to win the competition to shed risk while maximizing profits, some portion of market actors will always misprice risk and be rendered insolvent.”
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