- adj. economics Subject to excessive leverage
“Oh, and also look up overleveraging which is what brought down Lehman [IE they didnt have the capital reserves to stay afloat they were 'overleveraged']”
“We became familiar with terms such as overleveraged, mortgage backed securities, recession and liquidity crisis.”
“That the "overleveraged" U.S. can maintain its economic leadership.”
“America and Britain had the same kind of overleveraged investment banks repackaging the same sort of no-money-down and interest-only mortgages that the Continent largely shunned.”
“overleveraged" portfolio companies have or will default at rates that are several times higher than those of similar businesses.”
“overleveraged", having taken on too much debt and "quantitative easing", the introduction of new money in to the money supply by the central bank, among those included.”
“overleveraged," having taken on too much debt and "quantitative easing," the introduction of new money in to the money supply by the central bank, among those included.”
“Credit crisis-inspired words include "overleveraged" (taking on etoo much debt), "quantitative easing" (when the central bank introduces new money into the money supply), "toxic debt" (a debt with a high risk of default), 'staycation ", a holiday spent in your own country, and”
“P) suggesting that "overleveraged" portfolio companies held default rates several times higher than their peers.”
“Sale and leaseback deals are considered prudent steps for airlines in a market where most other sources of funding are fast drying up and additional loans would mean more burden on their overleveraged balance sheets.”
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