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Glossary of financial terms - Letter Q

  • QE

    Tags:  concept monetary policy

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  • QEO

    Tags:  market transactions stock markets

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  • QI

    Tags:  status supervision and regulation

    Country:   United States of America

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  • QIA

    Tags:  agreements supervision and regulation

    Country:   United States of America

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  • QIB

    Tags:  market participants status

    Country:   United States of America

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  • qualified equity offering (QEO)

    Tags:  market transactions stock markets

    A qualified equity offering is the issuance of tier one qualifying perpetual or common stock, or a combination of both, for cash.

     


  • qualified institutional buyer (QIB)

    Tags:  market participants status

    In the United States, a qualified institutional buyer is a purchaser of securities that is deemed financially sophisticated and is considered by securities market regulators to require less protection from securities issuers than common public investors.

     


  • qualified intermediary (QI)

    Tags:  status supervision and regulation

    Country:   United States of America

    Qualified intermediary is a status attributed by US tax authorities to foreign financial institutions such as a banks, brokers or asset managers, which pay US source income to their customers and which have signed a Qualified Intermediary Agreement with the IRS.

     


  • qualified intermediary agreement (QIA)

    Tags:  agreements supervision and regulation

    Country:   United States of America

    Agreement signed by a foreign financial intermediary (e.g. a bank, broker or asset manager) with the US tax authorities (IRS) in order to obtain the status of

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  • quanto equity swap

    Tags:  financial instruments interest rate derivatives

    A two-way equity swap where the FX risk has been eliminated. All of the payments and receipts in the swap are made in one currency.

     


  • quanto swap

    Tags:  financial instruments interest rate derivatives

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  • quick ratio

    Tags:  corporate finance valuation and pricing

    The quick ratio is a liquidity ratio which measures a company’s ability to meet its short-term financial obligations. It is calculated by dividing cash and near-cash equivalents, such as marketable securities, by the firm’s current liabilities.

     


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