equity weighting

equity weighting

n
(Economics) the practice of assigning different values to currencies according to factors such as geographical location and climate
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We might look to perhaps increase our equity weighting into the year end," she said.
Emaar, which has the heaviest equity weighting on DubaiEoe1/4aos index, rose to 4 dirhams.
Embedded in this is the one per cent Africa-Mideast equity weighting against seven per cent global GDP.
Steve Lee, CEO, HSBC Jintrust, said, 'This Fund fills a gap in high equity weighting in actively managed funds investing in large-cap stocks in the market.
For foreign equities, the percentage will rise from 3 to 8 for a total equity weighting of 20 percent versus the current 8 percent.
The Cazalet survey showed the society had a high equity weighting of 69 per cent compared with an industry average of 33 per cent.
4 per cent equity weighting (including shares and property) of its with-profits funds has been maintained well above the insurance industry average.
And the pounds 3 billion pension fund operated by supermarket chain J Sainsbury has cut its equity weighting to 70 per cent from 80 per cent with a corresponding rise in its bond holding.