Article ID: 530911
Florida's Housing Market Suffers SetbackUniversity of Florida
Florida's housing market, thought to be stabilizing earlier this year, deteriorated in the latest quarterly survey conducted by the University of Florida, a situation likely brought on by uneasiness about lending practices, insurance rates and the state's property tax structure.
Released:18-Jun-2007 1:35 PM EDT
Article ID: 527966
Florida's Single-family Housing Market Hits Bottom; Market StabilizesUniversity of Florida
Hopeful homebuyers in Florida should act now: The price is right as the state's single-family residential housing market bottoms out, according to a University of Florida study released today.
Released:8-Mar-2007 3:00 PM EST
Article ID: 527739
Expert: Stock Market Drop Underscores Increasing Influence Of China In Global EconomyUniversity of New Hampshire
Chinese foreign economic policy expert Chris Reardon, associate professor of political science at the University of New Hampshire, is available to discuss China's recent stock market drop and the larger implications of the increasing influence of China's impact on the global economy.
Released:1-Mar-2007 10:40 AM EST
Article ID: 31478
Consumers Clueless about How Credit-Card Payments Are CalculatedUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
A movement to force credit-card companies to inform consumers of the high costs of using plastic is growing, according to a law professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Released:4-Sep-2002 12:00 AM EDT