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  • verb Present participle of underprice.

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Examples

  • Over long periods, the economic power of an exceptional business will correct any short-term underpricing mistakes that the stock market makes.

    The Tao of Warren Buffett

  • Over long periods, the economic power of an exceptional business will correct any short-term underpricing mistakes that the stock market makes.

    The Tao of Warren Buffett

  • Over long periods, the economic power of an exceptional business will correct any short-term underpricing mistakes that the stock market makes.

    The Tao of Warren Buffett

  • While you’re absolutely correct that underpricing is causing the shortage, you’re making the same mistake the GOP usually makes, which is to attempt to solve complex public policy problems by applying reductive Econ 101 “wisdom” to topics where it doesn’t really belong.

    Matthew Yglesias » Parking Shortages Still Bad for Business

  • Tax consultancies Grant Thornton and Econ Poyry said that Mopani uses its relationship with its parent company, Glencore, to carry out practices such as inflating operational costs, the underpricing of copper, irregular hedging and "transfer pricing" with Glencore's unit in the U.K.

    Zambia Demands More Taxes From Glencore

  • Tax consultancies Grant Thornton and Econ Poyry said that Mopani uses its relationship with its parent company, Glencore, to carry out practices such as inflating operational costs, the underpricing of copper, irregular hedging and "transfer pricing" with Glencore's unit in the U.K.

    Zambia Demands More Taxes From Glencore

  • The financial system, by underpricing risk, was ripping itself off.

    Who is the financial sector ripping off?

  • There is huge overpricing of China, huge underpricing of geopolitical risk, just wait until China rattles the cage using its proxy, North Korea, or asserts itself over Taiwan.

    GDP projections from PwC: how China, India and Brazil will overtake the West by 2050

  • By keeping the value of the renminbi artificially low against the dollar, China makes its goods cheaper on world markets, encouraging consumers to buy and underpricing competitors from other countries.

    House slaps China on currency policy, deepening trade dispute

  • By keeping the value of the renminbi artificially low against the dollar, China makes its goods cheaper on world markets, encouraging consumers to buy and underpricing competitors from other countries.

    House slaps China on currency policy, deepening trade dispute

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