Articles Tagged with 'prices'

Inflation Growth is a Mixed Bag

August 22, 2013
Will unseasonably high first-quarter loan growth be sustainable? READ MORE

Housing Is Staging a Comeback

January 06, 2013
Home sales are expected to rise 3% and home prices are expected to rise 2% to 3% in 2013. READ MORE

Wholesale Inflation Drops in December

January 18, 2012
Over the past 12 months, core prices have increased 3% percent, the largest increase since June 2009. READ MORE

Home Prices Should Stabilize

August 10, 2011
Despite housing market weaknesses in nearly every U.S. region, home prices should stabilize by the end of 2012, according to the Fiserv Case-Schiller Indexes. READ MORE

Index Predicts 7.1% Home Price Decline

December 22, 2010
Much of the sustained activity in the first half of the year was due to the first-time home-buyer tax credit that expired in June. Since then, home sales activity has plummeted. READ MORE

U.S. Monthly House Price Index Increases from July to August

October 26, 2010
For the 12 months ending in August, U.S. prices fell 2.4%. The U.S. index is 13.6% below its April 2007 peak. READ MORE

Monthly House Price Index Falls 0.5%

October 05, 2010
U.S. house prices fell 0.5% on a seasonally adjusted basis from June to July, according to the Federal Housing Finance Agency's monthly House Price Index. READ MORE

House Prices Rise in Second Quarter

September 01, 2010
U.S. house prices rose in the second quarter of 2010 according to the Federal Housing Finance Agency's seasonally adjusted purchase-only house price index. READ MORE

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