Example sentences for: overvaluation

How can you use “overvaluation” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • There's no better sign of this than the occasional fits of anxiety that have begun to grip investors who for four years have dismissed talk of overvaluation as irrelevant.

  • But what's interesting is that even if you set the question of overvaluation aside--and it is a much more complicated question than anyone at the Times ever seems to acknowledge--and accept that some form of market correction is in the offing, it's really not clear that a major correction would have such a dramatic impact on the economy as a whole.

  • He did not say that he would take any action in response to overvaluation: He asked if monetary policy should be any different if there were overvaluation.

  • The business section of Sunday's New York Times had a quiet, but definitive, feel of "Apocalypse Soon," featuring as it did three different columns arguing that the stock market was patently overvalued, that this overvaluation would eventually be corrected--perhaps in the form of a crash--and that that crash would have dramatic ripple effects on the rest of the economy as a whole even if, as seems certain it would, the Federal Reserve were to step up and cut interest rates to keep liquidity in the system.

  • Founder Jeff Bezos has promised investors and employees a retail revolution, but Amazon's stock price and lofty ideals may be deflated by competition, overvaluation, and all the old-economy difficulties of the retail trade.


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