Browsing: Construction spending

Economy

Construction spending increased 1.3 percent at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of $1,299.9 billion, in November, according to the Census Bureau. November’s figure is 3.4 percent greater than the November 2017 estimate of $1,257.3 billion. Total private construction was $993.4 billion SAAR, a 1.3 percent increase from the revised October estimate of $980.4 billion.

Economy

Construction spending decreased 0.1 percent at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of $1,308.8 billion in October, according to the Census Bureau. September’s spending estimate was downwardly revised to $1,310.8 billion. October’s figure is 4.9 percent greater than the October 2017 estimate of $1,247.5 billion. Total private construction was $998.7 billion SAAR, a 0.4 percent

Economy

Construction spending was virtually unchanged at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of $1,329.5 billion, in September, according to the Census Bureau. August’s spending estimate was upwardly revised to $1,328.8 billion. September’s figure is 7.2 percent greater than the September 2017 estimate of $1,240.4 billion. Total private construction was $1,020.4 billion SAAR, a 0.3 percent

Economy

Construction spending increased 0.1 percent at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of $1,318.5 billion, in August, according to the Census Bureau. July’s spending estimate was upwardly revised to $1,317.4 billion. August’s figure is 6.5 percent greater than the August 2017 estimate of $1,237.5 billion. Total private construction was $1,001.7 billion SAAR, a 0.5 percent

Economy

Construction spending increased 0.1 percent at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of $1,315.4 billion, in July, according to the Census Bureau. June’s spending estimate was downwardly revised to $1,314.2 billion. July’s figure is 5.8 percent greater than the July 2017 estimate of $1,242.8 billion. Total private construction was $1,010.9 billion SAAR, a 0.1 percent

Economy

Construction spending decreased 1.1 percent at a seasonally adjusted annual level (SAAL) of $1,317.2 billion, in June, according to the Census Bureau. May’s spending estimate was upwardly revised to $1,332.2 billion. June’s figure is 6.1 percent greater than the June 2017 estimate of $1,241.3 billion. Total private construction was $1,019.8 billion SAAL, a 0.4 percent

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