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Overhang
Overhang is a problem caused by fear that the arrival of a large number of shares on the market Will depress the share price.
    
Overhang may refer to:
    * Debt overhang, a fiscal situation of a government
    * Market overhang, a concept in marketing
    * Monetary overhang, a phenomenon where people have money holdings due to the lack of ability to spend them
    
Monetary overhang is a phenomenon where people have money holdings due to the lack of ability to spend them. This is a phenomenon often present with repressed Inflation and was a common occurrence in the Soviet Union. The solution to this is usually a swift burst of Inflation.
    
Inflation is a rise in general level of prices of goods and services over time. Although "Inflation" is sometimes used to refer to a rise in the prices of a specific set of goods or services, a rise in prices of one set (such as food) without a rise in others (such as wages) is not included in the original meaning of the word. Inflation can be thought of as a decrease in the value of the unit of Currency.
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