overissue

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o·ver·is·sue

 (ō′vər-ĭsh′o͞o)
n.
The issue, as of notes or securities, in excess of the issuer's capital, credit, or authority.

o′ver·is′sue v.

overissue

(ˈəʊvərˌɪsjuː; -ˌɪʃuː)
vb (tr) , -sues, -suing or -sued
(Banking & Finance) to issue (shares, banknotes, etc) in excess of demand or ability to pay
n
(Banking & Finance) shares, banknotes, etc, thus issued

o•ver•is•sue

(ˈoʊ vərˌɪʃ u; esp. Brit. -ˌɪs yu)

n.
an excessive issue of stocks or bonds, as in excess of needs or authorization.
[1795–1805]

overissue


Past participle: overissued
Gerund: overissuing

Imperative
overissue
overissue
Present
I overissue
you overissue
he/she/it overissues
we overissue
you overissue
they overissue
Preterite
I overissued
you overissued
he/she/it overissued
we overissued
you overissued
they overissued
Present Continuous
I am overissuing
you are overissuing
he/she/it is overissuing
we are overissuing
you are overissuing
they are overissuing
Present Perfect
I have overissued
you have overissued
he/she/it has overissued
we have overissued
you have overissued
they have overissued
Past Continuous
I was overissuing
you were overissuing
he/she/it was overissuing
we were overissuing
you were overissuing
they were overissuing
Past Perfect
I had overissued
you had overissued
he/she/it had overissued
we had overissued
you had overissued
they had overissued
Future
I will overissue
you will overissue
he/she/it will overissue
we will overissue
you will overissue
they will overissue
Future Perfect
I will have overissued
you will have overissued
he/she/it will have overissued
we will have overissued
you will have overissued
they will have overissued
Future Continuous
I will be overissuing
you will be overissuing
he/she/it will be overissuing
we will be overissuing
you will be overissuing
they will be overissuing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been overissuing
you have been overissuing
he/she/it has been overissuing
we have been overissuing
you have been overissuing
they have been overissuing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been overissuing
you will have been overissuing
he/she/it will have been overissuing
we will have been overissuing
you will have been overissuing
they will have been overissuing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been overissuing
you had been overissuing
he/she/it had been overissuing
we had been overissuing
you had been overissuing
they had been overissuing
Conditional
I would overissue
you would overissue
he/she/it would overissue
we would overissue
you would overissue
they would overissue
Past Conditional
I would have overissued
you would have overissued
he/she/it would have overissued
we would have overissued
you would have overissued
they would have overissued
Translations

overissue

[ˈəʊvərɪʃuː] (St Ex)
A. Nemisión f excesiva
B. VTemitir con exceso
References in periodicals archive ?
The answer was no: granting explicit power would undermine confidence in price stability, for already there was "difficulty restrain[ing] over-issue, depreciation, and fraud." Indeed, granting explicit lender-of-last-resort powers to the Bank of England would mean that the "millennium of the paper-mongers would be at hand."
Deutsche Bank economists Gilles Moec and Marco Stringa said in note Lisbon would have to significantly "over-issue" debt in the first four months to avoid a sharp deterioration in its cash position while Portuguese banks would face a peak in their refinancing needs in January and February.
You can't over-issue such a currency, because people start to lose faith in it and want the gold that stands behind it, and eventually there's no more gold.