Housing indexes due from S&P

New Angles

Standard & Poor's (S&P) plans to offer housing indexes, which will provide the basis for the Chicago Mercantile Exchange's (CME) new breed of property derivatives.

Working with New Jersey-based securities firm MacroMarkets and Wisconsin-based technology firm Fiserv, S&P will produce the Case-Shiller home price indexes, with Yale professor and co-creator Robert Shiller joining the index committee. "Like a lot of the people looking at the housing market, we looked at it and thought it's

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