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LONDON, Dec 11- The bar is still open, but last orders may be near. "The clock is ticking for risk assets," wrote Barclays global head of research Larry Kantor this week, seeing profit margins peaking and equity valuations versus bonds shrinking.
BERLIN, Dec 1- An American who won this year's Nobel Prize for economics believes sharp rises in equity and property prices could lead to a dangerous financial bubble and may end badly, he told a German magazine. He had also looked at "drastically" higher house prices in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo in Brazil in the last five years.
*Home prices rising uncomfortably fast in several markets. LONDON/ LOS ANGELES, Nov 1- From China to Canada and London, fast-rising property markets are haunting the global economy again, five years after the U.S. subprime mortgage bubble burst and triggered the worst financial crisis since the 1930 s.
The award this year went to Eugene Fama, Robert Shiller and Lars Hansen, leading to much hand wringing over the apparent conflicts between the work of Fama and Shiller. That said, there is much of use in both men's work, and employing a strategy often used by Nassim Nicholas Taleb, perhaps we can boil it down to the following rules of thumb:.
One of three American economists who won the 2013 economics Nobel Prize on Monday expressed alarm at the rapid rise in global housing prices.
Robert Shiller shares how he found out he had won the Nobel Prize. He also explains the difference between his "irrational" market theory and fellow Nobel laureate Eugene Fama's "efficient market" theory.
WASHINGTON/ STOCKHOLM, Oct 14- One of three American economists who won the 2013 economics Nobel prize on Monday for research into market prices and asset bubbles expressed alarm at the rapid rise in global housing prices. Robert Shiller, who shared the 8 million Swedish crown prize with fellow laureates Eugene Fama and Lars Peter Hansen, said the U.S.
STOCKHOLM/ WASHINGTON, Oct 14- Three American scientists won the 2013 economics Nobel prize on Monday for research that has improved the forecasting of long term asset prices, a hot topic since the collapse of the U.S. housing market bubble prompted a global financial meltdown.
STOCKHOLM, Oct 14- Three American scientists won the 2013 economics Nobel prize on Monday for research that has improved the forecasting of asset prices in the long term and helped the emergence of index funds in stock markets, the award-giving body said.
*S&P/Case Shiller home price index up 0.6 pct y/y in July. NEW YORK, Sept 24- U.S. home prices slowed their rate of gains in July and a dip in consumer confidence this month underscored the potential for higher borrowing costs and a sluggish economy to dent a housing market recovery.
Robert Shiller, S&P Case/Shiller Index, provides his take on the state of the housing recovery and where he is finding home prices jumping the most.
Mortgage rates rising from their record low levels probably will affect the housing recovery, but how? It depends on whom you ask.
Robert Shiller of the Case-Shiller Index joins guest host Ken Langone, co-founder of Home Depot, to discuss what's motivating buyers. "Home-buying increases are a result of a holdover from Fed stimulus," Shiller said.
Robert Shiller says the stock market is clearly displaying bubbly characteristics of a bubble. The thing is determining when it will burst.
Robert Shiller, Case-Shiller Index co-founder, weighs in on the "strong" housing numbers.
Housing data released Tuesday was mixed, prompting economist Robert Shiller to call the housing recovery positive in the short-term, but not without many headwinds.
Limited or no mortgage interest deductions in the U.S. tax code could prompt a sea change from buying to renting, influential economist Robert Shiller told CNBC’s “Futures Now” on Tuesday.
Robert Shiller, a renowned economist at Yale, explains why he remains uncertain of a housing recovery in the near-term.
Housing-related stocks still have room to run, regardless of whether home prices have officially bottomed, CNBC’s “Fast Money” market experts said Wednesday.
It would take at least a year of price increases to call a recovery in the housing market, Yale University economist and housing expert Robert Shiller said Tuesday on CNBC.