Nobel Prize winner Robert Shiller says that despite a strong housing market since 2012, homebuyers do not seem as excited. Low unemployment rates in the U.S. are helping drive the market up.
Yale's Robert Shiller says growing worries about a recession could make one come sooner — even if there isn't a specific event to spark it.
LONDON, Feb 8- Once upon a time... Visitors to any human society will observe people facing each other, sitting around the television, or the campfire, together and vocalising, and more recently tweeting, stories, according to economist Robert Shiller. Or according to the Pixar rules of storytelling, compiled by Emma Coates, the ideal narrative runs: Once upon a time...
The world's business elite agree that economic growth is slowing. But when it comes to a possible recession, that's where the consensus ends.
But the Yale University professor praises Fed chief Jerome Powell as "level-headed," saying he's impressed with central bank efforts to normalize interest rates.
A lot has been written recently about how U.S. stocks usually perform well after the midterm elections. But a deeper dive into the data shows the post-midterms rally hinges on the majority party maintaining control of the House.
The housing market may be slowing down, but Yale economist Robert Shiller says he isn't fearful that a big downturn is ahead.
Mortgage rates moved to the highest level in 8 years, and confidence in housing is now slipping. This as millennials are smack in the middle of their prime home buying years. Rates are expected to move even higher going into next year.
Robert Shiller, Yale professor of economics and co-founder of the Case-Shiller Index, joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss rising rates and the impact on mortgage rates.
The longest bull market could be showing worrying echoes of one of the greatest crashes Wall Street has ever seen, says Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller.
Investors are no longer skeptical enough about corporate earnings and in turn have made the U.S. stock market the most expensive in the world, says Yale economist Robert Shiller.
According to Richard Thaler, "Warren Buffett says a lot of smart things."
Trump’s corporate tax cuts are probably here to stay but it’s likely a different story for his tariffs, says Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller.
CNBC's Steve Liesman and Yale's Robert Shiller discuss President Trump's marks on the economy.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller gives a bitcoin doomsday scenario.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller sees President Donald Trump generating “optimism” in an overpriced stock market.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller believes a strong earnings season may not be enough to keep stocks out of the red.
Bitcoin is coming off one of its best one-day performances of the year, but one noted economist sees the cryptocurrency as more of a psychological experiment than a serious investment.
China said it's rolling out new tariffs on meat, fruit and other products from the United States as retaliation against President Donald Trump's taxes on imported steel and aluminum.
Robert Shiller, Yale University economics professor & Case-Shiller Index co-founder, discusses the Trump administration's policies impacting the market and what he sees for the second quarter.