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Definition of Misprice
1. to price incorrectly [v -PRICED, -PRICING, -PRICES]
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Literary usage of Misprice
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1. Emerging Electronic Methods for Making Retail Payments by Judith S. Ruud, Philip Webre (1996)
"Systems that seem quite logical and efficient may misprice their product and thus knock themselves out of the race. And more than one system may be able to ..."
2. Speaking of Liberty by Llewellyn H. Rockwell (2003)
"It is helpful to think of the interest rate as a price signal, so that Fed attempts to drive down rates simply misprice credit. ..."
3. Derivatives Disclosure and Accounting: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on by U. S. Government Staff, United States, Senate, Congress, Subcommittee on Securities (1998)
"I am not aware of any evidence that the markets systematically misprice securities because of inadequate information on companies' derivatives practices. ..."