- v. present participle of overprice.
“If all the fraud and overpricing is stopped there will not be a need for government in additional health care.”
“However, this law was abolished in 1997 as part of the then-government's reorganization of the electricity sector aimed at canceling all "overpricing" on energy tariffs.”
“Carrying your thoughts over to equities, the idea of the market 'overpricing' deflation is positive for risk.”
“As well, companies may be more easily trusting of them as their IPO service provider due to their ability to pick up the tab in the event of the coincidence of high % being witheld and overpricing.”
“The best thing to do is drive around looking for houses - right now everybody is overpricing their houses, expect the prices to come down sometime in March or May.”
“The crowd who believes that overpricing medical care, medications and shelter and insurance for cars, homes, etc is the way to control the country.”
“And, there was an abundance amount of information regarding fraud and abuse in the administration of the contract, including overpricing, irregular payments, and it goes on and on.”
“The private insurance companies are wealthy executives that have bled the public dry by overpricing medication, insurance coverage, medical expenses & tripling the cost in the last 10 years.”
“We're having too much bust because people are overpricing it.”
“Such borrowers are blocked due to the problems just noted, particularly underwater mortgages and risk aversion by lenders, who've gone from massively underpricing risk to overpricing it.”
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