Construction Spending Grows Again in November

Construction spending grew at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $2,050 billion during November, 0.4% higher than in October, the U.S. Census Bureau reported Tuesday.

Construction Spending Increases Again

The U.S. Census Bureau reported construction spending increased in August to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $1,983.5 billion, 0.5 percent above the bureau’s revised July estimate.

Employers Add 315,000 August Jobs

July job growth slowed from June, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said on Friday—but analysts said that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

Construction Posts 6th Straight Monthly Gain

Monthly construction spending started the year strongly, increasing for the sixth consecutive month, the Census Bureau reported Tuesday.

CRE Fundamentals Continue Bounceback

Commercial real estate fundamentals are bouncing back with help from a slower, but still steady economic recovery, reported Wells Fargo Economics, Charlotte, N.C.