Definition of overvaluation in English:


Pronunciation /ˈōvərəˌvalyo͞oˈāSHən/


See overvalue

‘Countries followed imprudent policies that favored monopolistic crony capitalists, inflation that magnified poverty and currency overvaluation.’
  • ‘The house price-earnings ratio is at least 30% above its long-run average, too big an overvaluation to be worked off gradually.’
  • ‘There can be overvaluation of specific shares.’
  • ‘Some years ago, it spoke of a 30% overvaluation - and prices have soared since.’
  • ‘The U.S. overvaluation actually extends beyond the New Economy stocks of technology, media and telecoms.’