Browsing: Construction spending

Economy

Construction spending slowed in July for the third time in four months, landing at a seasonally adjusted annual level (SAAL) of $1,211.5 billion, according to the Census Bureau. June’s spending estimate was revised down to a rate of $1,219.3 billion. July’s figure is 1.8% greater than the July 2016 estimate of $1,189.8 billion. Total private

Economy

Construction spending slowed in June, landing at a seasonally adjusted annual level (SAAL) of $1,205.8 billion, according to the Census Bureau. May’s spending estimate was revised to a rate of $1,221.6 billion. June’s figure is 1.6% greater than the June 2016 estimate of $1,186.4 billion. Total private construction was $940.7 billion SAAL, a 0.1% decrease

Economy

Construction spending was virtually unchanged in May, landing at a seasonally adjusted annual level (SAAL) of $1,230.1 billion, according to the Census Bureau. April’s spending estimate was revised to a rate of $1,230.4 billion. May’s figure is 4.5% greater than the May 2016 estimate of $1,177.0 billion. Total private construction was $943.2 billion SAAL, a

Economy

Construction spending decreased 1.4% in April to a seasonally adjusted annual level (SAAL) of $1,218.5 billion, according to the Census Bureau. March’s spending estimate was revised to a rate of $1,235.5 billion. April’s figure is 6.7% greater than the April 2016 estimate of $1,142.5 billion. Total private construction was $943.3 billion SAAL, a 0.7% decrease

Economy

Construction spending decreased 0.2% in March to a seasonally adjusted annual level (SAAL) of $1,218.3 billion, according to the Census Bureau. February’s spending estimate was revised to a rate of $1,220.7 billion. March’s figure is 3.6% greater than the March 2016 estimate of $1,176.4 billion. Total private construction was $940.2 billion SAAL, nearly the same

Economy

Construction spending increased 0.8% in February to a seasonally adjusted annual level (SAAL) of $1,192.8 billion, according to the Census Bureau. January’s spending estimate was revised to a rate of $1,183.8 billion. February’s figure is 3.0% greater than the February 2016 estimate of $1,157.7 billion. Total private construction rose to $917.3 billion SAAL, up 0.8%

Economy

Construction spending decreased 1.0% in January to a seasonally adjusted annual level (SAAL) of $1,180.3 billion, according to the Census Bureau. December’s spending estimate was revised to a rate of $1,192.2 billion. January’s figure is 3.1% greater than the January 2016 estimate of $1,144.9 billion. Total private construction rose to $911.6 billion SAAL, up 0.2%

Economy

Construction spending decreased 0.2% in December to a seasonally adjusted annual level (SAAL) of $1,181.5 billion, according to the Census Bureau. November’s spending estimate was revised to a rate of $1,184.4 billion. Construction spending for the year amounted to $1,162.4 billion, up 4.5% from the 2015 total of $1,112.4 billion. Total private construction rose to

Economy

Construction spending increased 0.9% in November to a seasonally adjusted annual level (SAAL) of $1,182.1 billion, according to the Census Bureau. October’s spending estimate was revised to a rate of $1,171.4 billion. During the first eleven months of the year, construction spending amounted to $1,070.9 billion, up 4.4% from the first eleven months of 2015.

Economy

Construction spending fell 0.4% in September to a seasonally adjusted annual level (SAAL) of $1,150 billion, according to the Census Bureau. August’s spending estimate was revised up to a rate of $1,154 billion. During the first nine months of the year, construction spending amounted to $863 billion, up 4.4% from the first nine months of

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