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NewsHour correspondent Hari Sreenivasan interviewed Twitter's Adam Sharp on Tuesday about what the so-called "Twitter Political Index" says about the candidates.
Daniel Khalastchi is a first-generation Iraqi Jewish American and was born and raised in Iowa. His book, "Manoleria," won the Tupelo Press/Crazyhorse First Book Prize earlier this year.
Karl 'Chip' Case of the Case-Shiller Housing Index has long been among our most treasured sources.
Economics correspondent Paul Solman explains the newly released Case-Shiller index.
The Case-Shiller housing index came out this morning (August 28), and as expected, the numbers for June are reassuring.
This month's Case-Shiller Home Price Index is out and, rather than paraphrase or plagiarize Phil Izzo's succinct account for The Wall Street Journal's Real Time Economics blog, how about we reproduce it?
This month's Case-Shiller index is out and, rather than paraphrase or plagiarize Phil Izzo's succinct account on the Wall Street Journal blog, Real Time Economics, how about we reproduce it?
The Case-Shiller Home Price Index is out Tuesday and the headline numbers were greeted with headlines like "Housing Double-Dip Worsens as Prices Fall to New Lows."
A new Standard & Poor's Case-Shiller Home Price Index showed U.S. home prices fell for a third straight month in two Florida cities, Miami and Tampa. Jeffrey Brown discusses the housing market's role this election season with The Wall Street Journal's Arian Campo-Flores and Jed Kolko of the real estate website Trulia.
In real terms, Patchwork Nation thinks the power of the 30-stock index may be oversold -- particularly when you look at stock ownership in the United States, which stands at only about 54 percent nationally, and in many of our 12 Patchwork Nation county types it stands at or below 50 percent.