medium term

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Related to Intermediate-term: Intermediate-term bond
Translations
moyen terme

medium term

adja medio termine
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He believes the stock's valuation will continue to re-rate, and says the ability to "comp the comp" and no apparent intermediate-term threat of a major earnings reset will also improve valuation.
Because stable value funds invest in intermediate-term bonds, and money market funds favor short-term bonds, the recent rise in short-term interest rates has been creating some challenges for stable value.
The strategy invests the majority of its assets in intermediate-term municipal securities, producing income that is exempt from federal income taxation.
Oakbrook-based Inland Mortgage Capital, a private lender specializing in intermediate-term mortgages for value-add commercial real estate, announced that it reached $200 million in closed loans under its small-balance, non-recourse bridge program.
It invests 60% equity securities and 40% fixed income in companies within the high yielding global equity universe and in intermediate-term debt securities across 14 fixed income sectors, respectively.
The intermediate-term bond fund category garnered the most flows for the fifth month in a row, taking in nearly USD15.0 billion in July.
The intermediate-term fiscal outlook shows increasing downside risk in view of the ongoing period of low oil prices.
It is best to distinguish between short-term (the next 15 years), intermediate-term (the next 100 years) and long-term risks.
An analyst with the Swiss bank has downgraded the American bank because he thinks the valuation of the shares 'appears to be ahead of the company's near- to intermediate-term performance.'
The Federal Reserve publishes consumer credit data each month in its G.19 statistical report, which covers most short- and intermediate-term loans to households, except for those secured by real estate.
However, the author says fatalism is not the answer, and offers non-federal government near-and intermediate-term strategies and programs to help the disadvantaged become productive members of society and to revive the country's inner cities.

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