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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-intransitive: To engage in trading to a degree that is in excess of one's finances or the demands of the market.
- verb-transitive: To trade (stock, for example) in this manner.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
- • We will continue to show the greatest commitment to Fairtrade in the UK, remaining second to none in terms of availability and overtrade, and will now aim that if a primary commodity from the developing world can be Fairtrade, it will be Fairtrade by 2013
- The cheaper and easier credit is, the greater the incentive to overtrade to cash in.
- Over the local institutions the Bank of the United States always exercised a salutary control, checking any disposition to overtrade by restraining their issues and holding them to a proper specie reserve; and this by no other interference except its countenance or ill favor, as such banks severally observed or disregarded the ordinary rules of financial prudence.
- No; never a whit, as long as the South continued to overtrade to the North.
- While handing over trading authority may sound dangerous, because portfolio managers don't work on commission, they aren't tempted to overtrade to line their own pockets.