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It added that Lebanon's long-term Eurobonds were the only undervalued bonds among 20 B-rated sovereigns with these maturities.
4 percent against the US dollar since September, is sharply undervalued.
Obama said the undervalued yuan is not the main reason for the huge trade imbalance with China, but ''it's a contributing factor to our trade imbalance.
He said that from 1995 to 2002 the Los Angeles market was undervalued coming out of the recession and was bound to improve because fundamentals, like interest rates and demand, were favorable.
Consequently, undervalued companies remained chronically undervalued.
dollar, and have tended to maintain undervalued currencies (especially of late).
If small companies are undervalued systematically, they may suffer in terms of their ability to raise new capital.
Ralph Villiger, mathematician and co-author, adds that it is only possible to spot undervalued shares once you know how to quantify news on clinical successes, license agreements and M&A activity.
The bank said that the local currency had been undervalued as it had underperformed its peers since prime minister Najib Razak's budget was presented almost a month ago.
This time investors were asked to rate markets and property types as investment opportunities, with a 1 rating being the most undervalued and 5 being the most overvalued.
stocks for 2007, with many believing the market to be undervalued and the technology sector primed for growth, according to the latest Investment Manager Outlook, Russell Investment Group's quarterly survey of investment managers.
SANTA CLARITA - Valencia Bank & Trust has authorized an increase in its stock repurchase program, an investment in itself based on the belief that the stock is undervalued.