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Mary. born 1934, British fashion designer, whose Chelsea Look of miniskirts and geometrically patterned fabrics dominated London fashion in the 1960s

quant

(QUANTitative analyst) A financial analyst who uses the computer and complex algorithms to develop derivatives and other intricate financial instruments. See quantitative.
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Having designed and created the L2Q program as a rudimentary introduction for discretionary managers, Estimize found that about 20% of people signing up for the course were the quants that the discretionary guys had hired.
The initial offering of the RBC Quant Global Real Estate Leaders ETF has now closed, and the ETF will begin trading today on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
In Europe, the Aptima HCV Quant Dx assay is CE-IVD marked for diagnostic and viral load monitoring, as is the Aptima HIV-1 Quant Dx assay.
Early quant managers had an advantage, but that advantage eroded as others mimicked their approach.
Reportedly, Central grid company Quant will handle data collection and validation of data from over 70,000 automatic electricity meters that Troms Kraft Nett will install for all its customers by 1 January 2019.
Mary Quant skirt after her " She began experimenting with shorter hemlines in the late 1950s, culminating in the creation of the mini skirt in 1964 and one of the defining fashions of the decade.
She added: "Young people who " couldn't afford Mary Quant were rolling over the bands of their skirts to "make them shorter.
Quant a la capitalisation boursiere, elle s'est elevee a environ 442,86 milliards de dirhams.
Le theme principal serait donc de sensibiliser les enfants quant aux catastrophes naturelles pouvant frapper la Terre et comment pourrait-on les confronter, en plus d'une sensibilisation quant a la rarete des ressources naturelles et des changements climatiques, les gaz a effet de serre, les problemes du sol et son erosion, ainsi que les energies renouvelables.
Sassoon's widow Ronnie Holbrook was joined by a host of famous names, including Sir Michael Caine, designers Zandra Rhodes and Mary Quant and hairdressers John Frieda and Nicky Clarke, at St Paul's Cathedral.
Summary: Quant funds use complex software to make buy/sell decisions.
Naturally, finance functionaries seem to have this quant bias; insurers are notorious for it.