overvalue
verb

to give a higher value to something or someone than is right

Usage
these shares are overvalued at £1.25
the shares are worth less than the £1.25 for which they are selling

"...the fact that sterling has been overvalued for the past three years shows that currencies can remain above their fair value for very long periods" [Investors Chronicle]

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