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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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PIMCO manages approximately USD24bn in alternative investment strategies, including distressed credit.
While the transaction base in many parts of the country is dominated by distressed sales, the vast majority of properties are not distressed.
In January the sales of distressed properties in San Luis Obispo County totaled 36.
The coefficient on the dummy variable for firms in financial distress is positive and significant, implying that financially distressed firms use, on average, 5.
Nationally, the fraction of existing home sales that were distressed over the past year is around 35 percent.
At the beginning of 2010, it was as if a light switch was turned on and banks began to step up their initiatives to sell distressed assets in an effort to clean up their balance sheets.
The survey asked respondents whether the level of interest from specialist funds in distressed properties was increasing.
And we are seeing a number of distressed funds preparing to enter the market," explained Heather Wipperman, chief executive officer of Investment Boutique.
On the territorial side of the equation, the two main players in distressed assets are the mortgage-holding banks and a small group of secretive realtors specializing in such property.
First, the rational behavior of distressed banks is to lend more money to distressed companies, in order to avoid taking provisions against loans that have a high risk of default.
The company has been publishing property foreclosure information for about 10 years to help investors locate distressed homeowners who have run out of both options and time.
At baseline, about 12% of participants were pregnant and there were no differences between distressed and non-distressed adolescents in this regard.