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Based on The Big Mac index, the euro is 20 percent undervalued against the US dollar.
The U.S.-based Goldman Sachs said that following its valuation of the sovereign credits of 55 emerging market nations, it believes Lebanon's Eurobonds that have a maturity of five years are "undervalued."
sectors, 39% view financials as undervalued, followed by 32% for both energy and health care.
The renminbi remained undervalued. The PBOC did give the market slightly more say in the renminbi's value by increasing the bands within which the renminbi could fluctuate, but this had no effect on the exchange rate's overall path.
Songbird Estates, the majority owner of London's Canary Wharf, said that the takeover bid earlier this month by Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) and Brookfield Property Partners undervalued to the tune of $4.42bn, it was reported by news agency Reuters .
equities are undervalued, the smallest percentage recorded since the second half of 2008, according to a new survey from Northern Trust.
Apple's stock was believed to be "criminally undervalued" compared to Google shares, according to observers and some analysts.
According to Marshall & Swift/ Boeckh, 30% of commercial buildings are undervalued by 50%, and 50% of contents are undervalued by 50%.
Summary: Beijing: China denied US accusations that the yuan was "significantly undervalued", after the Treasury said ...
Summary: Significant money could be made from undervalued or mispriced energy companies this year.
SHANGHAI, December 29, 2011 (Balochistan Times): China on Wednesday pledged to make its exchange rate more flexible, a day after the United States said the yuan was undervalued. China will continue to increase the flexibility of the renminbi (yuan) exchange rate, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei told a regular news briefing in Beijing.
While the yuan has appreciated by 6 percent over the last 12 months, it remains ''substantially undervalued,'' the report said, adding the U.S.