Construction Outlays Hit All-Time High in Oct

Newman, Emily
December 2004
Bond Buyer;12/2/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32021, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports that spending on construction projects inched up incrementally to an all-time high in October as private construction declined but public construction increased. Commerce Department figures released yesterday show. Total construction spending increased slightly, by $349 million, to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $ 1.009 trillion, following a revised 0.1% hike in September, first reported as $1.014 trillion.


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