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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of underprice.

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Examples

  • New Delhi subsidizes most petroleum products, but grossly underprices kerosene, the poor man's cooking fuel.

    A Rudderless India

  • If Medicare underprices what private insurers can negotiate then people will be forced onto a government plan.

    Obama: Status quo is scarier than health-care overhaul

  • But the danger is that the government, in its desire to support housing, underprices the guarantee, leaving taxpayers again exposed to potential losses.

    Fannie's and Freddie's House of Horror

  • Even if an insurer underprices risk, which usually doesn't happen over a long enough stretch, its shareholders who presumably are holding voluntarily take a hit.

    Insurance versus Charity, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • I am appalled that out government passess oppressive regulations against manufacturers here in the U.S. while at the same time ignoring its constitutional duties to protect this nation against the flood of underprices goods via tariffs.

    Mike Robertson on China

  • Scobleizer — Tech geek blogger » Blog Archive Missed news: Google underprices Amazon by 10x «

    Google To Launch Large Scale Geo-Services

  • The traditional method of pricing IPO shares underprices the shares, so investors are not indifferent to acquiring the IPO shares.

    Media frenzy on Google IPO

  • The market is not efficient and Graham's investment philosophy was centered on taking advantage of these inefficiencies - you buy when the market underprices shares and sell when shares become over priced.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • Note: initially, when an insurer underprices a product dramatically and attracts a lot of business, the sellers of risk chortle, and say, "Sell away to the brain-dead."

    Financial Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha

  • If this is underprices, and the trend is up, then why not settle at late twenties / early thirties?

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