Investments glossary

Quality Spread Differential Definition

The quality spread differential (QSD) is used to calculate the difference between market interest rates that the two parties potentially entering into an interest rate swap are able to achieve. QSD is a measurement that companies can use to gauge interest rate swap counter-party default risk.

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