How does quantitative easing differ from normal federal reserve open market operations?
Investors have a lot of tools and strategies to use when it comes to playing the market.One of them is called quantitative trading. CNBC explains.
For many sophisticated investors, trading options is a routine practice that can be hugely profitable, but retail investors can also transact options contracts on the open market.
The general rule in economics is that the value of money today will not be equal to the same amount of money in the future. Also known as the time value of money.
The U.S. economy has suffered through many recessions in its history. But just what is a recession and how do they come about? Here are the details in this CNBC explains.
The term is short for Other Real Estate Owned (OREO), but that may be too confusing with the cookie.
If a company that's privately owned wants to go public and offer investors the chance to buy securities in the firm, one of the first things they do is something called a 'Roadshow.' CNBC Explains.
Little-used SEC Rule 48 is suddenly a buzz word as the stock market correction has led to wild trading—and the need to control it.
CNBC breaks down what Russia’s scandal means for its reputation and the world of track and field sports.
Despite record employment under Abenomics, Japan's poverty rate is the second highest among the Group of Seven nations at 15.7%, and above the OECD average. CNBC's Timothyna Duncan explores the factors behind the country's prolonged economic malaise.
ByteDance is known as China's most famous consumer app factory. The company is behind social media apps like international sensation TikTok, Douyin, and AI-powered news aggregator Toutiao. CNBC's Nessa Anwar explores the meteoric rise of the Chinese tech giant.
As governments worldwide harness technology to trace and curb the spread of the coronavirus, there are growing concerns about privacy violations and data protection. CNBC's Nessa Anwar discusses the trade-offs in a global health crisis.