With Greece set to default tomorrow, here is an FAQ on top issues—from how to abandon the euro to what a Grexit means to the global markets.
The IMF, or International Monetary Fund, is an intergovernmental agency that works to keep exchange rates and the international system of payments stable.
So what is an American ship? The simple answer is a ship flying the U.S. flag. But it can get a little more complicated given economics and law.
The dollar-euro parity signifies an ongoing trend in changing money supplies and disparate global central bank policies.
American tourists could be among the biggest beneficiaries of the weak euro.
The Swiss National Bank's move to break the franc away from its set value against the euro stunned financial markets.
Americans often check their receipts to make sure they've bought everything they need, and probably to see if what they paid this time is any different from the last trip. The government does the same with the Consumer Price Index. Here are the details.
The producer price index is a key economic measurement especially when it comes to inflation.
A stock correction may seem like something is getting 'fixed' on Wall Street, but usually it's a trigger for financial losses. So what is a correction? CNBC explains.
A look at how medicines in development to treat Alzheimer’s disease from Biogen and Eli Lilly work.
After the NYSE's two-hour halt, CNBC takes a look back at some of the recent glitches that have halted the markets.
Investors poured $4.3 billion in Chinese ETFs and mutual funds last week, seeing this as a buying opportunity.