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Entries starting with Q18 results

QDII
China's qualified domestic institutional investor (QDII) programme was announced in 2006 and officially launched in 2007. Under the scheme, ...
QE2
Quantitative easing (QE) is the practice of expanding a central bank’s balance sheet by buying long-term assets in an attempt to drive down ...
QE3
The Fed announced in 2012 that it would begin a new programme of unlimited purchases of mortgage-backed securities – nicknamed QE3 ...
QFII
The qualified foreign institutional investor (QFII) programme started in 2002 and allowed licensed foreign institutional investors a quota ...
QII (qualified institutional investor)
In certain countries where financial markets are not fully liberalised, an institutional investor authorised by the local financial ...
qualified opinion
An auditor's opinion that highlights certain limitations in the audit of a company's financial statement, such as the lack of information on ...
quality-adjusted house prices
The prices of homes are influenced by their internal and external features and location, which altogether are termed their 'quality'. Within ...
quant fund
Quant funds are funds that use quantitative analysis using computer-based models to inform their decisions on whether to buy or sell ...
quantative easing
Correct spelling is quantitative easing.