Definitions for misallocation
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An improper or unwise allocation, especially of money
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A low interest rate leads to a misallocation of resources with all the risks and side-effects that you see when bubbles are forming.
We have an interest rate environment that is causing huge problems for us in Germany, a low interest rate leads to a misallocation of resources with all the risks and side-effects that you see when bubbles are forming.
Hundreds of billions of dollars were spent in new oil, natural gas, iron ore, coal and many other commodities in the expectation that China would continue to grow insatiably forever, that's changed, so many of the investments made by governments and companies now look really bad, and that's hitting economies and company stocks hard ... It's been a huge bubble, a massive misallocation of capital which now has to be wound down.
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- mauvaise allocationFrench
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