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undervaluations

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  • n. Plural form of undervaluation.

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Examples

  • And be warned - the taxman's manuals aren't very helpful on property 'undervaluations'.

    The Facts: News

  • Using different methodologies, says Cornell University economist Eswar Prasad, who formerly headed the IMF's China desk, the IMF had calculated a range of possible undervaluations: 5%, 15% or 27%.

    IMF Report Urges China to Consume More

  • An actualized free market, on the other hand, will lead to vast undervaluations and overvaluations as the various irrational forces of human activity act upon it.

    Do Progressives Believe This?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Behind the scenes, Weiland was essentially running the office, getting major undervaluations on property tax assessments on behalf of property owners who were paying him big bucks.

    Heimlich Quitting Lt. Gov. Race

  • For starters, when you talked about the undervaluations.

    CNN Transcript Feb 14, 2002

  • He told the Committee that undervaluations of exports were "not in the least uncommon," and that audit trails of rough and polished diamond exports had to be intensified through the "heavier deployment" of the GDV.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The stocks are reevaluated more positively, and they outperform the market significantly, largely because of the original undervaluations.

    Contrarian Investment Strategies: The Next Generation

  • Because of the frequency of earnings surprises demonstrated in the last chapter, we know it is a powerful force acting to reverse previous over- or undervaluations of stocks.

    Contrarian Investment Strategies: The Next Generation

  • That I have carefully abstained from personal reflections, scoffs, undervaluations, applications of stories and old sayings, to the provocation of the spirit of them with whom I have to do, I think not at all praiseworthy, because, upon a review of some passages in the treatise (now irrecoverable), I fear I have scarce been so careful as I am sure it was my duty to have been.

    The Doctrine of the Saints��� Perseverance Explained and Confirmed

  • The numerous frauds which continue to be practiced upon the revenue by false invoices and undervaluations constitute an unanswerable reason for adopting specific instead of ad valorem duties in all cases where the nature of the commodity does not forbid it.

    State of the Union Address (1790-2001)

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