Quality Spread

Business / Finance / Quality Spread: Difference between Treasury securities and non-Treasury securities that are identical in all respects except for quality rating. For instance, the difference between yields on Treasuries and those on single A-rated industrial bonds. Also called credit spread.

Other Words for Quality

Quality Verb Synonyms: property, attribute, characteristic, mark, distinction, je ne sais quoi, trait
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Other Words for Spread

Spread Noun Synonyms: grow, develop, increase, broaden, expand, extend, widen, enlarge, mushroom, proliferate, sprawl, branch out, metastasize
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Quality Start

Entertainment / Baseball / Quality Start: A start in which the starting pitcher provides at least six innings pitched and surrenders three or fewer earned runs. MORE

Quality Training

Health / Fitness / Quality Training: Training just before bodybuilding competition where intervals between sets are drastically reduced to enhance muscle mass and density, and low calorie diet is followed to reduce body fat. MORE

Quality Spread

Business / Finance / Quality Spread: Difference between Treasury securities and non-Treasury securities that are identical in all respects except for quality rating. For instance, the difference between yields on Treasuries and those on MORE

Quality Shot

Entertainment / Bowling / Quality Shot: A shot in which everything, the approach, release etc all come together in perfect timing and balance. It has nothing to do with score or results. Quality shots, not pinfall, is your practice goal. MORE

Quality Score

Business / Internet Marketing / Quality Score: A score assigned by search engines that is calculated by measuring an ad's clickthrough rate, analyzing the relevance of the landing page, and considering other factors used to determine the quality o MORE

Quality-Price Ratio (QPR)

Life Style / Wine / Quality-Price Ratio (QPR): A designation for rating wine based on the ratio of its quality and its price. The higher quality and less expensive price a wine has, the better the ratio. MORE

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