Definitions

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  • n. Excessive issuance.

Etymologies

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over- +‎ issuance

Examples

  • Because the means used to achieve that result is an overpayment (or "overissuance") of shares to the controlling stockholder, the corporation is harmed and has a claim to compel the restoration of the value of the overpayment.

    Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation Blog

  • W styczniu, Paul Craig Roberts prognozowano "prawdziwych poważnych awarii" w globalnej gospodarce w związku z overissuance dolarów i Fed pompowanie płynności na rynku.

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • China's state media today reports on the real reason behind the Wall Street meltdown and a subject that the mainstream US media dare not mention - the Federal Reserve's overissuance of currency - which the Chinese say is part of a wider agenda to justify increased control over the global economy. today announced a plan to use hundreds of billions of dollars of taxpayer money to buy up up bad mortgages and other debts.

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • "The system is working" to manage what Alan Greenspan is calling a once in a century event. and the rest of this week's meltdown (from oldest to newest) ... video: wamu looking for buyer* obama: help for US finance crisis needed from abroad* wall st journal: one week later, a new world order* industrials: biggest 2 day rally since 1929* china blames wall st meltdown on fed overissuance of currency* dodd: the US may be 'days away from a complete meltdown of our financial system'* failed bank list* we have only days to stop the $700b stick-up (& fascist powergrab) * regulators shut down ameribank in west virginia* in hard times, tent cities rise across the country* growing' tent cities 'blamed on foreclosure crisis*

    media monarchy

  • a subject that the mainstream US media dare not mention. the Feral Reserve's overissuance of currency, which the Chinese say is part of a wider agenda to justify increased control over the global economy.

    House Price Crash News Blog

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