Shiller: Housing Bubbles In Taiwan, HK, Brazil, Israel; Not USA

Published on Jan 22, 2014 Nobel laureate economist Robert Shiller says he sees sustained growth in the U.S. housing market but no bubble yet. That contrasts with the rest of the world where he sees bubbles in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Brazil and Tel Aviv.

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1 Comment on "Shiller: Housing Bubbles In Taiwan, HK, Brazil, Israel; Not USA"

  1. The only reason why the house prices are still up, is, because newspapers and TV channels advertise the prices. The house owners like to hear that and believe it, the poor people are not interested in and a few others borrow money from the bank for it.
    Governments and banks are manipulating the market, newspapers and TV channels their instruments. Shiller index is an criminal index.

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