The business cycle describes the rise and fall in production output of goods and services in an economy. Business cycles are generally measured using rise and fall in real – inflation-adjusted – gross domestic product (GDP), which includes output from the household and nonprofit sector and the government sector, as well as business output.
Bolstered by solid economic performance, stocks will look to continue their resilience this week despite numerous sources of uncertainty.
The S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indexes are a group of indexes that track changes in home prices throughout the United States.
A punter is a trader or gambler who hopes to make quick profits in the financial or betting markets.
Understand why all financial advisors are required to be licensed, and identify the specific licenses that must be obtained to sell investment products.
Understand the difference between managerial accounting and financial accounting. Learn common scenarios in which managerial accounting is appropriate.
Learn how exchange-traded funds (ETFs) can generate taxable capital gains for shareholders due to occasional and substantial rebalancing of portfolios.
SEC Form ATS-R is a required quarterly update filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission by alternative trading systems.
SEC Form 485A24F is a registration statement for separate accounts offered by management investment companies.
Edmund Phelps is an American professor of political economy at Columbia University and winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize in Economics.