Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States reviews financial transactions where a foreign entity would control a U.S. business.
Non-recourse expense is an accounting term that can refer to the cost of absorbing losses on defaulted non-recourse debt.
James J. Heckman, an American economist, won the 2000 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics for the Heckman correction.
Holocaust Restitution Payments is money paid by Germany and Austria to partly compensate victims persecuted by Nazi Germany or its allies.
The nova/ursa ratio is based on the Nova and Ursa funds from the Rydex Fund Group that can be used as a proxy for the direction of market sentiment.
Tjalling C. Koopmans was a Dutch-American economist who won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics in 1975.
Immediate Credit is the Federal Reserve practice of “clearing” checks deposited by member banks on the same day they’re deposited.
The Mail, Internet or Telephone Order Merchandise Rule is a regulation that controls businesses that sell products over the mail, telephone or over the internet.
The Big Five Banks is a term to describe the five largest banks in Canada.
Financial therapy merges finance with emotional support to help people cope with financial stress.