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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 results in Panel A are not implying that suppliers voluntarily offer to extend longer terms of trade credit to financially distressed clients.
MSAs with greater increases in the share of distressed sales also experienced larger drops in nondistressed sale prices.
The supply of distressed assets was readily absorbed by the marketplace as demand was simply extraordinary.
In terms of activity in the third quarter, there was a slight decrease in countries showing an increase in distressed properties coming onto the market - from 13 in the second quarter to 12 in the current quarter.
Traditionally, distressed funds come into force when a market has bottomed out.
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.
The management of a distressed bank typically has an incentive to conceal the extent of distress.
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.