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  1. Quantitative analysis (finance)

    mathematical finance, including the buy side. Examples include statistical arbitrage, quantitative investment management, algorithmic trading, and electronic

  2. Quantitative easing

    Evidence on the Effectiveness of 'Quantitative Easing' in Japan", Centre for Banking, Finance and Sustainable Development, School of Management, University

  3. Mathematical finance

    Mathematical finance, also known as quantitative finance and financial mathematics, is a field of applied mathematics, concerned with mathematical modeling

  4. Professional certification in financial services

    for individuals in derivatives, IT, quantitative trading, insurance, model validation or risk management. The program’s focus is on the practical implementation

  5. Outline of finance

    Entropic value at risk Scenario analysis Short (finance) Speculation Day trading Position trader Spread trade Standard of deferred payment Store of value

  6. Financial modeling

    usually relates either to accounting and corporate finance applications or to quantitative finance applications. While there has been some debate in the

  7. Financial engineering

    customer-driven derivatives business which encompasses quantitative modelling and programming, trading and risk managing derivative products in compliance

  8. International political economy

    globalization, international trade, international finance, financial crises, microeconomics, macroeconomics, development economics, (poverty and the role

  9. Algorithmic trading

    synonymously with automated trading system. These encompass trading strategies such as black box trading and Quantitative, or Quant, trading that are heavily reliant

  10. Hudson River Trading

    Hudson River Trading (HRT) is a multi-asset class quantitative trading firm, and more specifically a high-frequency trading (HFT) firm, based in New York