Roger B. Myerson is an American economist and was awarded the 2007 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences.
Leonid Vitaliyevich Kantorovich was a Russian mathematician and economist who won the 1975 Nobel Prize in Economics, along with Tjalling Koopmans, for his research on the optimal allocation of resources.
Benchmark crude oil is petroleum that serves as a pricing reference, establishing standards for comparison for varieties of crude oil.
An oversold bounce is a rally in prices that occurs due to the selloff preceding it being perceived as too severe.
Nominal U.S. yields are likely to undermine gold, especially U.S. data comes in strong, although gold should be resilient amid doubts over real yields.
“Squeezing the shorts” refers to a questionable practice of taking advantage of a heavily shorted stock by buying up large blocks of shares.
Oil price momentum remains weak as second quarter earnings from oil companies disappoint Wall Street.
Commercial health insurance is obtained on the commercial market as opposed to a government entity.
A book is a record of all the positions that a trader is holding, which shows the total amount of long and short position that the trader has undertaken.
Filing early for Social Security can make sense. Here’s a list of when it’s appropriate to ignore the conventional wisdom of waiting as long as you can.