Overborrowed

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Overborrowed

1. Describing a company with borrowed funds that come due after funds it has lent to others. This means the company carries liabilities with longer terms than its assets. As a result, the company may not have the cash flow to repay its borrowed funds. See also: Unfunded liability.

2. More generally, describing a person or organization that has borrowed more than is sustainable.

3. See: Overmargined.
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Mr Lapping states that "history confirms this" when suggesting that time and again socialist governments have overspent and over-borrowed.
Time and again,socialist governments have over-spent and over-borrowed.
This is because the over-borrowed get fearful and desperate; fearful that they might not be granted new or additional loans by the large, licensed lenders; desperate because the over-borrowed are led to rely on lenders with minimal documentation and fast loan releases.
Many of these firms over-borrowed from multiple banks.
In spite of the fact that the UK is grossly over-borrowed they are calling, or should I say demanding, that the Conservatives move away from their austerity policy which has proved that it is the only way forward, and by the result of the general election it is what the nation wants.
They also have over-borrowed households, an overleveraged real estate sector and bust banks; all a result of a speculative, credit-fuelled property boom.
Cyprus is lifting all capital restrictions on Monday that were imposed on the island two years ago when the economy reached a melting point and international lenders offered a e1/410 bln bailout plan, conditional to rebuilding the over-borrowed banking system and reforming the public sector.
Yet, that is where we are most likely goingas asset bubbles meet their inevitable demise and the over-borrowed go spectacularly bust.
The possibility that the continued reduction of money-printing by the US central bank will cause more stress for over-borrowed emerging markets with external trade deficits
Having over-borrowed, they repaid debt; facing a collapse in housing and stock prices, they increased savings.
Once this bureau goes live there will be consequence for a short period," he said, explaining that banks will stop lending because they will discover that every single customer has over-borrowed.
Krugman continues, "an over-borrowed family owes money to someone else; U.