overcapitalise


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overcapitalise


Past participle: overcapitalised
Gerund: overcapitalising

Imperative
overcapitalise
overcapitalise
Present
I overcapitalise
you overcapitalise
he/she/it overcapitalises
we overcapitalise
you overcapitalise
they overcapitalise
Preterite
I overcapitalised
you overcapitalised
he/she/it overcapitalised
we overcapitalised
you overcapitalised
they overcapitalised
Present Continuous
I am overcapitalising
you are overcapitalising
he/she/it is overcapitalising
we are overcapitalising
you are overcapitalising
they are overcapitalising
Present Perfect
I have overcapitalised
you have overcapitalised
he/she/it has overcapitalised
we have overcapitalised
you have overcapitalised
they have overcapitalised
Past Continuous
I was overcapitalising
you were overcapitalising
he/she/it was overcapitalising
we were overcapitalising
you were overcapitalising
they were overcapitalising
Past Perfect
I had overcapitalised
you had overcapitalised
he/she/it had overcapitalised
we had overcapitalised
you had overcapitalised
they had overcapitalised
Future
I will overcapitalise
you will overcapitalise
he/she/it will overcapitalise
we will overcapitalise
you will overcapitalise
they will overcapitalise
Future Perfect
I will have overcapitalised
you will have overcapitalised
he/she/it will have overcapitalised
we will have overcapitalised
you will have overcapitalised
they will have overcapitalised
Future Continuous
I will be overcapitalising
you will be overcapitalising
he/she/it will be overcapitalising
we will be overcapitalising
you will be overcapitalising
they will be overcapitalising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been overcapitalising
you have been overcapitalising
he/she/it has been overcapitalising
we have been overcapitalising
you have been overcapitalising
they have been overcapitalising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been overcapitalising
you will have been overcapitalising
he/she/it will have been overcapitalising
we will have been overcapitalising
you will have been overcapitalising
they will have been overcapitalising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been overcapitalising
you had been overcapitalising
he/she/it had been overcapitalising
we had been overcapitalising
you had been overcapitalising
they had been overcapitalising
Conditional
I would overcapitalise
you would overcapitalise
he/she/it would overcapitalise
we would overcapitalise
you would overcapitalise
they would overcapitalise
Past Conditional
I would have overcapitalised
you would have overcapitalised
he/she/it would have overcapitalised
we would have overcapitalised
you would have overcapitalised
they would have overcapitalised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.overcapitalise - estimate the capital value of (a company) at an unreasonably or unlawfully high level
capitalise, capitalize - compute the present value of a business or an income
2.overcapitalise - overestimate the market value of; "overcapitalize a property"
overestimate, overrate - make too high an estimate of; "He overestimated his own powers"
3.overcapitalise - capitalize beyond what the business or the profit-making prospects warrant
capitalise, capitalize - convert (a company's reserve funds) into capital
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The banking sector targets have also been met, with Ireland merging failed lender Anglo Irish Bank with Irish Nationwide in order to wind the new bank down over the next decade, and has just injected a further 24 billion to overcapitalise its remaining banks as agreed under the bailout, ensuring that they pass an EU-wide stress test due to be published on 15 July.
Ireland's central bank wants lenders to 'overcapitalise' as a result of the 85 billion-euro emergency loan package agreed with the IMF and EU late last year, raising its target for their core Tier 1 capital adequacy ratio to 12 per cent from 8 per cent.
Therefore, the firm has little incentive to reduce its costs and has an incentive to overcapitalise, creating productive inefficiencies (Averch and Johnson, 1962).