How to use Underperformed in a sentence
The FTSE 100 has seriously underperformed other major indices since Labor came to power.
Germany, France, Spain, Italy and the rest all underperformed.
Over the same period, shares with the highest forecast earnings growth underperformed the market by an average of 5% a year.
Financial Times ' Lombard column commented that Mellor had not been popular among investors and the shares had badly underperformed the sector for months.
Predictably, I think, he has underperformed for that reason.Advertisement
Equity markets have underperformed for several years and general insurance players continue to report limited growth prospects against a backdrop of minimal investment returns.
The group, whose shares have underperformed badly, also issued a profits warning.
Critics, tho, were underwhelmed and it underperformed at the box office.