Global Banking News-August 22, 2014--Citi economist predicts another round of quantitative easing
What does QE stand for?
QE stands for Quantitative Easing (Japan)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 4 other meanings of QE in our Acronym Attic
- Quadrature Elevation
- Qualification Examiner
- Qualified Entity
- Qualifying Examination
- Quality & Efficiency Foundation, Inc (Naples, FL)
- Quality Engineer
- Quality Engineering
- Quality Enhancement
- Quality Evaluation
- Quality Expert
Samples in periodicals archive:
The uncertainty about the effectiveness of "Abenomics" reviving Japanese inflation to a sustainable 2 percent within two years suggests that the yen may soon become another potential force driving the currency war that was started by quantitative easing in the developed world in 2010.
Federal Reserve's policy setting panel began a two-day meeting Tuesday to discuss issues such as whether to scale back the current quantitative easing by an asset purchasing program.
The minutes of the latest Bank of England meeting suggest that the central bank could soon end its quantitative easing measures.
While there is a raging debate as to whether quantitative easing will produce jobs and economic growth, there should be no debate as to the wealth effect associated with quantitative easing so far.
But what exactly is Quantitative Easing (QE) and why should we care?
| KUWAIT, Aug 26 (KUNA) -- Gold prices are poised for further gains this week amid reports that US Federal Reserve will carry out a new quantitative easing process to help revive the US economy, a precious metals' expert forecasted.
12) to mention pensions and quantitative easing in the same letter is either audacious or political posturing.