# q/q s.a. (-1.5% y/y)

## Spanish translation: ver

 20:45 Jan 13, 2004
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
 English term or phrase: q/q s.a. (-1.5% y/y) Following a brief recession in 2003-H1, 03Q3 GDP posted a relatively disappointing +0.4% q/q s.a. (-1.5% y/y) expansion, hence expectations of a stronger rebound in 03Q4 and 04Q1 are running high.
 Local time: 17:09
 Spanish translation:ver Explanation:q/q s.a = trimestre a trimestre, con corrección estacional y/y = anual /para los últimos 12 meses)
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Pablo Grosschmid
Spain
Local time: 00:09
 Thanks a lot Pablo! FJHR4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

5 +2ver
 Pablo Grosschmid
5q/q sa > "quarter on quarter/ quarterly seasonal adjustment" // y/y > "year on year "
 dawn39 (X)

6 mins   confidence: peer agreement (net): +2
ver

Explanation:
q/q s.a = trimestre a trimestre, con corrección estacional
y/y = anual /para los últimos 12 meses)

 Pablo GrosschmidSpainLocal time: 00:09Native speaker of: SpanishPRO pts in pair: 5526
 Thanks a lot Pablo! FJHR

agree  Leonardo Parachú: that´s it "q" from "quarter" = "trimestre"
 1 min
-> gracias

agree  Marian Greenfield: creo que sí, es eso. La duda es si quarter over quarter; year over year se traduce "sobre"....
 1 hr
-> gracias, tal vez respecto al trimestre anterior

3 hrs   confidence:
q/q sa > "quarter on quarter/ quarterly seasonal adjustment" // y/y > "year on year "

Explanation:
Hola,Hammersley.

q/q sa = corrección estacional trimestral
y/y (=annual/per year)= anual /por año.

Creo que es "q/q sa" no "q/q s.a.".

Using **quarterly seasonal adjustment** factors suggests a Q3 trade deficit of \$2,610m
sa ... actually shows a rise in Q3 export values of +1.2% **q/q sa** ".
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"Global Insight // Perspective.
Real GDP in the United Kingdom grew by 0.7% **quarter on quarter (q/q)** and 2.0% **year on year (y/y)**
in the third quarter, according to the Office for National ...".
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También:

q/q sa (no "s.a.") > quarter over quarter
y/y > year over year
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"variables ficticias periódicas" (lote de instrucciones: genr dummy). Esta instrucción normalmente se utiliza para crear variables ficticias periódicas hasta la frecuencia de datos en los estudios de series temporales (por ejemplo un conjunto de **variables ficticias trimestrales para ser utilizado en corrección estacional**)".

www.bl.ehu.es/~etpdihei/manual-html/x860.html
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"1: Sources of the Growth In US Production Period Total Growth **per year ( ∆Y/Y)**
Yearly Growth Due to More Capital α(∆K/K) Yearly Growth Due to More Labor ...".

faculty.tcu.edu/jlovett/US_econ_hist/ review/01-solow.pdf
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Saludos cordiales.
:)

www.globalinsight.com/Perspective/ PerspectiveDetail683.htm
 dawn39 (X)Native speaker of: SpanishPRO pts in pair: 1846

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