Archives by Tag 'case-shiller index'
As I was compiling the (very thin) June recap I was struck by how the prices of CME Case Shiller home price futures have continued to rise year after year.
Note how the year-end CME prices (as measured by mid-market) … Read More
I’ve posted the June recap report, as well as updating graphs for month-end prices, price changes between May and June, and tables showing volume and open interest over the last five years. All reports, graphs and tables are in the … Read More
CME markets have been mostly quiet this morning as Case Shiller numbers came out generally in line toward CME quotes for the Aug ’15 contract. The two exceptions seem to have been in the BOS and SDG contracts where Nov … Read More
I posted my monthly recap of trading activity in the CME Case Shiller futures in the reports section (or you can link by clicking here).
The key observations are:
- 14 contracts traded across 6 regions, and 4 expirations.
I posted a recap of activity in the CME S&P Case Shiller home price futures for the month of March in the Reports section. In addition there is a set of graphs for 11 contracts, and prices and price changes … Read More
The CME housing futures moved slightly higher, and bid/offered spreads widened after this morning’s Case Shiller numbers were released. Four contracts traded (bringing the MTD total to 12). All trades were on calendar spread orders in the CHI and SDG … Read More
While the CME contracts reference the Case Shiller 10-city index (and its ten components), some traders believe that there “may” be quite a bit to learn from other indices that might be helpful in trading the short expiration CME contracts. … Read More
The two trends of a) tightening bid/ask spreads and b) nearly no trading early in the month, continued to play out in the first half of March. As highlighted in the table to the right, bid/ask spreads have inched in … Read More
I continue to rely on (and participate in) the Pulsenomics quarterly survey on home price expectations (click here) both as a check against CME Case Shiller futures, and to identify economists with outlier calls. (“Come on guys. Back up … Read More
I just got around to posting my recap of activity in the CME Case Shiller futures contracts for February. Anyone living in the Northeast knows that shoveling snow and chipping ice is taking WAY TOO MUCH of my time. The … Read More