TORONTO, May 2- It's looking like an unsettling spring in Canadian housing, a market that has proven far more even-keeled and less scary for investors in recent years than in the United States.
LONDON, March 27- Fundamental changes in supply and demand account for less than a third of short-term movements in commodity futures prices, according to an authoritative new study by researchers at UNCTAD and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.
NEW YORK, March 26- By one measure, the U.S. housing market turned a significant corner early this year: Prices are on the rise everywhere. Definitely we're seeing more evidence of a rebirth of the housing market, "index co-creater and Yale economics professor Robert Shiller told Reuters Insider."
LONDON, March 25- A thoughtful new paper from researchers at the University of Illinois marks a significant step forward in research on how commodity futures prices are formed.