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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of oversupply.

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Examples

  • Physical funds also don't suffer the negative returns that result from rolling futures positions in oversupplied commodities markets.

    Weak Metals Market Poised for a Physical

  • VIENNA (AP) - OPEC has decided to leave its crude output targets unchanged because global crude markets are "oversupplied" and there are lingering worries about economic recovery.

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  • In view of the drop in oil prices by almost 30 \% since mid-July, OPEC has cut its production quotas by 520,000 barrels per day as it considers the international oil market to be "oversupplied".

    FXstreet.com

  • Gas producers need this in order to boost demand for their fuel in an oversupplied market.

    Obama Burns Gas Drillers On Ozone

  • However, analysts predicted the shift means the industry will be oversupplied next year.

    Sony, Toshiba, Hitachi To Merge LCD Panel Businesses

  • PARIS—PSA Peugeot Citroën is interested in forging a deeper alliance with another auto maker under certain conditions as it struggles to increase sales and turn a profit in Europe's oversupplied car market, but there are no talks currently under way, France's largest car maker said Thursday.

    Peugeot Considers Forging Broader Alliances

  • The result has been an oversupplied market, and prices have dropped 34% in the last six months.

    Natural-Gas Futures Slide

  • Bloomberg News Meanwhile, European refiners producing too much gasoline for their diesel-powered continent export the excess to the U.S. American refiners have been raising exports of gasoline themselves, but the market remains oversupplied.

    Oil Refiners After the Pipe Dream

  • OPEC's latest analysis of the market as oversupplied has been read by some as the first signs of this.

    Oil prices continue a relentless march

  • BERLIN—European natural-gas markets will remain oversupplied in the foreseeable future, despite supply disruptions due to the political upheaval in key North African producer countries such as Libya, said GDF Suez SA's co-CEO Jean-Francois Cirelli Thursday.

    GDF Suez Sees Europe Gas Market Oversupplied

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