Overperform

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Overperform

To appreciate at a rate faster than appreciation of the overall market.

Overperform

To perform better than the market as a whole for a stated period of time. To overperform does not necessarily mean to perform well. For example, if the market is expected to go down significantly, a stock may be said to overperform even if it dips slightly, provided it does not dip as far as the market as a whole.
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They overperformed and have toiled to match the standards but other teams, including ourselves, KR and FH, have invested and grown stronger.
But that's only because they overperformed at the start.
In the First Half of FY 201415, we overperformed on the fiscal targets agreed with IMF, he remarked.
Dar said the government also overperformed on the fiscal targets agreed with the IMF as it brought down the fiscal deficit to 2.
The Portuguese are a better side than they have shown so far while Monaco, who are 13th in the French top flight after nine rounds of fixtures, may have overperformed.
Australian HNWIs overperformed compared to the global average during the review period.
Ms Dalton said: "We have recently overperformed and well exceeded the year-onyear targets, I am confident that with the added sales and marketing support we will continue to firmly place the hotel on the map as one of the best in this vibrant city.
5%), which however overperformed the sharply declining market (source Nielsen: -15.
Woodward and Penney might not have their best races of the season, but Pappas, Conlon and Leblanc all overperformed to help bring the 20th national championship in UO history back to Eugene.
But the Irishman is reserving judgement on whether they have overperformed since he took over, or merely reached their true level.
Offered a chair at the high rollers' table, Kassay could have made only one compelling move--a wager with the potential to break the bank, Of note: His Paris dealer, Art: Concept, has already offered public assurances that the artist is not about to meet the market's demand for more of the same, In fact, had Kassay overperformed (or overproduced) this summer, he might have presented a distance from these overdetermining forces or even productively embraced them.