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depressed

Of or relating to a security, product, or market in which demand is weak and price continues to decline.
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GoldenTree has extensive experience in distressed investments with over USD 26 billion of distressed investments made since the inception of the firm in 2000.
For example, investors may not fully understand how to predict failure risk and, as such, may not discount the prices of distressed stocks enough to offset their failure probability.
Using distress type and industry concentration, we find that rivals to economically distressed filing firms in concentrated industries experience 2.62% (significant at the 1% level) abnormal equity returns around the 10 days of filing.
The descriptive statistics are provided in Table 1 and the mean differences between distressed and healthy firms are shown in Table 2.
CoreLogic is projecting that national prices will rise by 4.5 percent from June 2015 to June 2016 when including distressed sales.
But including distressed sales, home prices in Manchester-Nashua decreased by 0.3 percent in November 2014 compared to October 2014.
At the state level, including distressed sales, Louisiana, Nebraska and Texas surpassed their previous home price peaks in January 2014.
According to Dawna Davies, owner and broker of Davies Company Real Estate, investors and homebuyers have continued to buy up the available inventory of distressed properties.
Reliance on distressed sales as comparables in non-distressed property appraisals, without appropriate analysis, promotes low appraisals.
Recent data suggest that the answer to that question depends upon where the home is and whether it--or nearby homes--are being sold in a "distressed" sale (foreclosure, REO, or short sale).
The Global Distressed Fund has been consistently ranked among the world's top ten performing funds within its category.
WORLDWIDE demand for distressed property increased dramatically in the second quarter of 2011, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) latest global distressed property monitor.