underleveraged love

Definitions

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  • adjective Not adequately leveraged.

Etymologies

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under- +‎ leveraged

Examples

  • Mr. Pandit and his team see Phibro as an "underleveraged" brand, which, while still a profit center, has fallen off the financial world's radar, one executive says.

    Trader Hits Jackpot in Oil,

  • Meredith executives said EatingWell magazine, which is backed by several venture-capital funds, is an underleveraged asset whose circulation Meredith will increase to 500,000 by January.

    Meredith Expands Its Menu

  • Its private sector is strong and underleveraged, potentially shielding it against tighter bank lending from Western Europe.

    Poland Can Weather Euro-Zone Storm

  • Meredith executives said EatingWell magazine, which is backed by several venture-capital funds, is an underleveraged asset whose circulation Meredith will increase to 500,000 by January.

    Meredith Expands Its Menu

  • "It has one of the best defensive profiles of [any] European incumbent, it's very underleveraged and [has] one of the sector's highest dividend yields."

    Belgian Stocks a Faint Light in the Dark

  • We are underleveraged right now, managing director Atul Ruia said.

    Phoenix Builds Ambitious Vision on Acquisitions

  • David Bank, an analyst at RBC Capital, said Playboy was "a underleveraged brand" in possession of a logo that "could go on anything from energy drinks to casinos".

    Hugh Hefner fights with Penthouse to recapture Playboy empire

  • " Veterans are an underleveraged asset for our country, " said Eric Greitens , a former Navy SEAL officer who started Mission Continues after returning from Iraq in 2007.

    Goldman to Donate $20 Million to Nonprofits

  • BofA-Merrill expects Latin American equities are to return 27% in local currency in 2011, thanks in large part to expectations that earnings will grow considerably 26% in U.S. dollar terms, anchored by domestic growth engines positioned to benefit from higher commodity prices, and low perceived macro risk given that countries, companies and households are underleveraged.

    Forget China, Look To Latin America

  • The thesis of the report is that developing and industrialized nations are stunted, underleveraged and suppressed because the economic lives of some of their women are stunted, underleveraged and suppressed.

    Laura Liswood: Risk Management

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