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  • n. Excessive exuberance


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over- +‎ exuberance


  • While monetary policy is relatively easy to understand, with macroprudential policy no one knows how big these capital surcharges will have to be to restrain "overexuberance".

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  • To the long-running, uncomfortable faux lovers 'quarrels with Simon Cowell and his equally embarrassing interviews with the singers, he has now added an arsenal of odd behaviors, ranging from petulant snits to flighty overexuberance.

    It's time for producers to fix 'American Idol,' and here's how

  • The lesson of the financial crisis is that regulators must be prepared to follow up their warnings with action when they spot signs of overexuberance in individual asset classes.

    Bubble Trouble in France

  • Despite "the occasional whiff of adjectival overexuberance" The Guardian sniffs, in a contemptible piece of writing which makes me want to headbutt the author, The Tiger's Wife is "vivid and limber; a picaresque romp through the fragments of former Yugoslavia."

    The Orange Prize Has Let Us Down

  • In a letter to the industry last month, Mr. Stevens warned against "activities that reflect an overexuberance in the marketplace" and that seek to increase loan revenue by exploiting the agency's underwriting systems.

    Red-Ink Fears Prompt Mortgage Backer to Raise Fees

  • The plot deals with a German shepherd named Diggs (voiced by James Marsden), whose overexuberance costs him his job on the San Francisco police force.

    Marshall Fine: HuffPost Review: Cats and Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore

  • Today the Fed has not only lost that touch but, given the way our political and financial system currently operates, its own policies exacerbate the cycle of overexuberance and incautious lending that will bring on the next major crisis (and presumably another severe recession).

    The Fed, Innovation And The Next Recession

  • Her perceived weakness was a case of post-Iowa overexuberance by the press and flawed polling.

    Rasmussen: Obama Catching Up In Texas And Ohio

  • I really don't expect him to give much weight to the overexuberance of so many of BigO's supporters, compared to how Obama reasons through policy implications.

    In Big Speech, Obama Begins Prepping Voters For Challenges Ahead

  • I think not and in that instance Obama must take ownership of what Congress has done--he can't cop to gridlock and he can't cop to overexuberance.

    Archive 2009-06-01


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