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Home starts up in July with jump in multi-family construction
With a 2.1-percent month-to-month increase, U.S. home starts rose in July on the strength of multi-family construction gains. Home starts rose ...
Construction spending down 0.6% in June
With declines in both residential and nonresidential spending, total U.S. construction spending fell for a third consecutive month in June. Spending ...
Construction spending falls 1.8% in April
Monthly declines in both residential and nonresidential construction led to a 1.8-percent decrease in U.S. construction spending during April. Spending is ...
Construction spending up in March with jump in apartment starts
Mainly due to gains in multi-family residential building, U.S. construction spending rose 0.3 percent in March to a seasonally adjusted ...
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Home starts fall 9% in March as builder confidence holds steady
With sizable drops on the start of construction of both single-family and multifamily homes in March, total U.S. home starts fell ...
Construction spending jumps 10% to 8-year high in 2015
Gains in homebuilding edged out losses in nonresidential spending, propelling total U.S. construction spending to an eight-year high in December. Total spending ...
December dip in home starts doesn’t derail market’s momentum, but concerns remain
Despite ending the year on an unexpected sour note, the U.S. housing market had its best year since 2007 in ...
Why an error in the Commerce Department’s construction spending calculation is actually good news
The Commerce Department has announced a revision to 10 years worth of construction spending estimates, correcting a calculation error that will ...
U.S. construction spending continues climb; up 0.8% in May
Nonresidential projects again led to a sizable gain in U.S. construction spending during May, according to preliminary estimates from the Commerce Department. Spending ...
Construction spending up 2.2% in April to $1 trillion, 6-year high
Big gains in nonresidential boosted total construction spending in April 2.2 percent, according to preliminary estimates from the Commerce Department. Spending rose to a seasonally adjusted ...
U.S. construction spending flat in February
Construction spending in the U.S. was flat during February, the result of a slight increase in private construction and a ...
Home starts plunge 17% in February as cold weather and worker shortage drop builder confidence
With spring right around the corner, U.S. home builders are certainly looking forward to the warmer temperatures and the official ...
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