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Economy

Construction spending for August was estimated at a seasonally adjusted annual level (SAAL) of $1,142.2 billion according to the U.S. Census Bureau, down 0.7% from a revised July estimate of $1,150.6 billion. During the first eight months of the year, construction spending amounted to $755.0 billion, up 4.9% from the first eight months of 2015.

Economy

Construction spending for July was estimated at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $1,153.2 billion, virtually unchanged from the upwardly revised June estimate of $1,153.5 billion. During the first seven months of the year, construction spending amounted to $647.7 billion, up 5.6% from the first seven months of 2015. Total private construction rose to a

Economy

Construction spending fell 0.6 percent in June to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $1,133.5 billion. May’s spending estimate was revised down to $1,140.9. During the first six months of this year, construction spending amounted to $539.8 billion, up 6.2 percent from the first six months of 2015. Total private construction fell to a rate

Economy

Construction spending fell 1.8% in April to $1,113.9 billion (SAAR). March’s spending estimate was revised up to $1,155.1 billion. During the first four months of the year, construction spending amounted to $334.8 billion, 8.7% higher than in the first four months of 2015. Total private construction fell to a rate of $843.1 billion, 1.5% below

Economy

Construction spending rose 0.3 percent in March to $1,137.5 billion (SAAR). February’s spending estimate was revised down to $1,133.6 billion. During the first three months of the year, construction spending amounted to $240.4 billion, 9.1 percent higher than in the first three months of 2015. Total private construction rose to a rate of $842.3 billion,

Economy

Construction spending fell 0.5 percent in February to $1,144.0 billion (SAAR). January’s spending estimate was revised up to $1,037.5 billion. During the first two months of the year, construction spending amounted to $157.1 billion, 11.2 percent higher than in the first two months of 2015. Total private construction fell to a rate of $846.2 billion,

Economy

Construction spending rose 1.5 percent in January to $1,140.8 billion (SAAR). December’s spending estimate was revised up to $1,123.5 billion. January’s figure is 10.4 percent above January 2015’s estimate of $1,033.3 billion. Total private construction rose to $831.4 billion, 0.5 percent above December’s estimate of $827.3 billion. Private residential construction was at a seasonally adjusted

Economy

Construction spending rose 0.1 percent in December to $1,116.6 billion (SAAR). November’s spending estimate was revised down to $1,116.0 billion. Construction spending during 2015 amounted to $1,097.3 billion, 10.5 percent above construction spending in 2014. Total private construction fell to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $824.0 billion, 0.6 percent below November’s estimate of 828.8

Economy

Construction spending fell 0.4 percent in November to $1,122.5 billion (SAAR). October’s spending estimate was revised up to $1,127.0 billion. Construction spending during the first 11 months of 2015 amounted to $1,011.9 billion, 10.7 percent higher than in the first 11 months of 2014. Total private construction spending fell to a seasonally adjusted annual rate

Economy

Construction spending grew 1.0 percent in October to $1,107.4 billion (SAAR). September’s spending estimate was revised up to $1,096.6 billion (0.6 percent growth). Construction spending during the first 10 months of 2015 amounted to $888.1 billion, 10.7 percent higher than in the first 10 months of 2014. Total private construction rose to $802.4 billion (SAAR),

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