Wilburn

Nov 30, 2022 07:56

What is the prime rate?

The prime rate is the interest rate that banks charge their best credit to corporate customers. The federal funds rate is the starting point for determining the prime rate, and the prime rate is the starting point for determining other interest...

Keller

Nov 30, 2022 03:11

What is the market price per share?

The market price per share of stock, also known as the "share price," is the most recent price at which a stock traded. It occurs as a result of market forces when the price a buyer is willing to pay for a stock meets the price a seller is willing to...

Torres

Nov 30, 2022 02:51

What the London interbank offered rate(LIBOR)?

The London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is a benchmark interest rate used by major global banks in the international interbank market to lend to one another for short-term loans.

Womak

Nov 29, 2022 11:05

What are energy stocks?

Purchasing energy stocks entails investing in a company that manufactures or sells energy sources.

Keller

Nov 29, 2022 03:25

Prime rate vs. discount rate

The Federal Reserve's discount rate is the interest rate charged to member banks when they borrow money from the Fed's discount window. The prime rate is the interest rate charged by banks to their most valuable customers. The prime rate is also used...

Torres

Nov 29, 2022 03:04

What are FAAMG stocks?

FAAMG is an abbreviation for Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, and Google (Alphabet). FAAMG is a hybrid of the FANG and FAANG tech stock classifications.

RonaldGarcia

Nov 28, 2022 11:17

What is a difference between stock and share?

Shares and stocks can both help individuals and organisations invest in businesses while also receiving a portion of the profits. These two financial instruments are also very important sources of capital for companies, both in the short and long...

Sterling

Nov 28, 2022 10:51

What is good-til-cancelled order?

A good-til-canceled (GTC) order is a buy or sell order that is valid until the order is completed or cancelled. Brokerage firms typically have time limits on how long an investor can leave a GTC order open. This time frame may differ from one broker...

Howton

Nov 28, 2022 10:24

What is the G8?

The G8 is an international forum that brings together eight world leaders to discuss international issues and address the most pressing global challenges.

Keller

Nov 28, 2022 03:11

Why does Alphabet have two types of shares?

While an IPO has many advantages for the company, it can be risky for founders and insiders because they may lose control of the company over time. One method for founders to retain voting power in the company is to divide their shares into different...