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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There were, however, noteworthy disparities, with some categories, including consumer electronics, appliances, jewelry, home furnishings and home improvement, overperforming.
In other words, underperforming units work with different field consultants than those that are meeting targets or overperforming.
The key to overperforming with such limited resources is utilizing a variety of digital platforms to deliver valued content and a consistent brand identity.
This unusual combination - underperforming but still probably winning Republican states, possibly overperforming in purple states - suggests a true black swan endgame: Not Trump 44, Hillary 43, but Hillary 45, Trump 43 .
We appeal to the Energy Community Secretariat and the European Commission to initiate an investigation, to stop this anti-European, anti-Ukrainian, anti-Slovak, anti-Polish, to prevent Russia overperforming us, and to ensure creating a truly transparent and competitive European gas market", stressed Arseniy Yatsenyuk.
Brad Haddin has relished his contests with England over the years, overperforming against his career stats more often than not.
Dennis Cisterna, managing director with FirstKey Holdings, New York, which also recently announced a multiborrower deal, said the first SFR single-buyer securities now have an 18-month track record, "and they've been overperforming their underwriting," he said.
In a series of interlinked short pieces, the father maintains a facade of forced jollity as he introduces his malformed boy to life's "finer things," overperforming rituals of male bonding in deep denial.
In Ashley's philosophy improvements will have to come from within, from staff overperforming and getting the very best out of the resources made available.
0 Proud Alloa boss Paul Hartley admits his team are overperforming after they moved up to fourth with victory over Kenny Shiels' new club.
The figures are buried in the Statistical Yearbook of the British Film Industry in a series of tables showing the top five overperforming films in different regions of Britain in 2012.
It seems more likely to be the case that pre-season predictions of doom were off the mark (and we had them pegged for the top ten in our ante-post preview) rather than the Baggies hugely overperforming during the first part of the campaign and it's interesting to see how the markets have reacted to their assault on the European places.