Construction Outlays Up 1.3% in April
- Construction Spending Up 0.4% to $1.121 Trillion. Seigel, Gary E. // Bond Buyer;6/3/2008, Vol. 364 Issue 32891, p2
The article reports on the 0.4% fall in spending on construction projects to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $1.121 trillion in April 2007, as private construction fell 0.3%, according to data released by the U.S. Commerce Department. The overall decrease followed a revised decrease of 0.6%...
- May Construction Outlays Slip 0.4% to $1.206T. Ferris, Craig T. // Bond Buyer;7/5/2006, Vol. 357 Issue 32416, p2
The article reports on the decline in spending on construction projects for May 2006 in Washington. Based on the figures released by the Commerce Department, private construction is dropping to 0.4 percent while public construction rise. Spending on total private construction decreased 0.6...
- NEWS IN BRIEF. Newman, Emily; Siegel, Gary E. // Bond Buyer;4/9/2003, Vol. 344 Issue 31611, p2
Presents several news briefs related to public finance in the U.S. Inventories of merchant wholesalers rose 0.3 percent to $289.5 billion in February, 2003, according to Department of Commerce data. In the interest of making governmental spending more transparent, the Treasury Department grouped...
- Oct. Construction Spending Rises 1.1%. Siegel, Gary // Bond Buyer;12/3/2014, Issue 34220, p1
Construction spending gained 1.1% in October, the Commerce Department said Tuesday, and is 3.3% above the October 2013 level.
- Sept. Construction Spending Up 2.4%. Ferris, Craig T. // Bond Buyer;11/02/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 31009, p2
Informs on the rise in construction spending in September 2000, according to the United States Department of Commerce.
- Oct. Construction Spending Rises 1.1%. Siegel, Gary // Bondbuyer.com;12/2/2014, p14
The article reports on the 1.1% growth in construction spending in October 2014, as announced by the Commerce Department on December 2, citing that it is 3.3% above the October 2013 level.
- May Construction Spending Rises 0.8%. Siegel, Gary // Bondbuyer.com;7/1/2015, p10
The article reports on the rise in construction spending in May 2015 as stated by the U.S. Commerce Department.
- Statistics revise construction spending trends. Steele, Andrew // Contractor Magazine;Dec96, Vol. 43 Issue 12, p5
Discusses discrepancies in construction spending forecasts by Cahners' Economics. Factors behind the discrepancies; Revision of historical data by the United States Department of Commerce; Changes instituted by the Department of Commerce.
- Construction spending takes slight downturn. // Indianapolis Business Journal;05/18/98, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p25A
Cites a Commerce Department report which saw a 0.5% drop in spending on new construction in the United States in March 1998 to a $618.6 billion annual rate. Factors driving the industry spending; Outlook for construction spending for the rest of 1998; Increase seen in home-building contracts.