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April 2, 2018 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing, Construction Remain on Firm Ground

Economic activity in the nation’s manufacturing sector remained solid during March, while construction spending was nearly unchanged in February. The latest reports show the nation’s overall economic health was stronger in the final quarter of last year than earlier indications.

Tags: Economy, GDP, Manufacturing, Construction Spending, Gross Domestic Product

March 1, 2018 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing, Spending, Income Jump; Construction Flat but Strong

Manufacturing in the U.S. continued its hot streak in February, but there are questions following other data released earlier about the sector. Personal incomes and expenditures were up, and construction spending remained robust despite little change from the month before.

Tags: Economy, Manufacturing, Construction Spending, Personal Income, Personal Spending

February 1, 2018 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Reports Show 2018 Started Near Last Year's Higher Pace

A measure of the U.S. manufacturing sector released Thursday is just one in a raft of new economic reports that showed 2018 began with a similar pace to that seen when 2017 wrapped up.

Tags: Economy, Interest Rates, Unemployment, Consumer Confidence, Manufacturing, Construction Spending, Employment, Federal Reserve

January 3, 2018 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing Surges, Construction Scores Record High

Two readings of the nation’s manufacturing sector showed solid increases in December with one showing the strongest growth in nearly three years while another report showed construction spending hit a record high.

Tags: Economy, Interest Rates, GDP, Manufacturing, Construction Spending, Federal Reserve, Gross Domestic Product

December 4, 2017 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing Still Hearty Despite Small Declines, Construction Jumps

Manufacturing activity in the U.S. remains strong, despite small declines recorded in three reports, while the construction sector posted its biggest gain in nearly half a year.

Tags: Economy, GDP, Manufacturing, Construction Spending

November 1, 2017 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing Keeps Expanding but Construction Uneven

The nation’s manufacturing sector continued growing over an array of industries last month, though there is a bit of disagreement as to how fast it is expanding, following the release of two reports.

Tags: Economy, GDP, Manufacturing, Construction Spending, Gross Domestic Product

October 2, 2017 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing Surges, Construction Rebounds

Manufacturing activity in the U.S. turned higher in September, hitting its highest level in 13 years, according to newly released survey results of supply executives. A separate report showed construction spending rebounded after two straight monthly drops.

Tags: Economy, GDP, Manufacturing, Construction Spending, Gross Domestic Product

September 1, 2017 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing Jumps as Employment, Construction Slow

Job growth slowed in August, according to government numbers released Friday, while other economic reports showed manufacturing hitting a six-year high as total construction spending unexpectedly slowed – and consumers are in the best mood since 2000.

Tags: Economy, Unemployment, Manufacturing, Consumer Sentiment, Construction Spending, Employment

August 1, 2017 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing Solid, Construction Disappoints

U.S. manufacturing activity in July remained solid, according to two reports issued Tuesday while separate ones showed overall construction activity in the U.S. eased as consumer spending and personal incomes barely improved.

Tags: GDP, Manufacturing, Construction Spending, Federal Reserve, Economy, Personal Income, Personal Spending, Gross Domestic Product

June 1, 2017 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing Firms, Construction Down as Personal Spending Jumps

Results from two surveys of the nation’s purchasing executives indicate manufacturing activity in the U.S. during May was nearly unchanged from the month before. Meanwhile, separate reports show construction spending eased, but consumer spending increased, resulting in hopes that the current quarter will be stronger for the overall economy than the previous one.

Tags: Economy, GDP, Manufacturing, Consumer Spending, Construction Spending, Gross Domestic Product

May 1, 2017 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing Growth Slows Along with Incomes, Construction

Activity in the nation’s manufacturing sector continued to throttle back in April from a near two-year peak earlier in 2017, but it continues to expand. Separate reports show drops in consumer spending and construction, but analysts remain generally optimistic about the entire year.

Tags: Economy, GDP, Manufacturing, Construction Spending, Personal Income, Personal Spending, Gross Domestic Product

April 3, 2017 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing Growth Slows; Construction Hits 11-Year High

Two indicators show that while the manufacturing sector of the economy continued to grow in March, its rate of growth was slower than the month before. Meanwhile, a separate report showed construction spending rebounded to a level that’s the highest in more than a decade.

Tags: Economy, Manufacturing, Construction Spending

March 1, 2017 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing Keeps Surging as Construction, Personal Spending Slip

Economic activity in the nation’s manufacturing sector continued expanding in February, according to two surveys of the nation’s purchasing managers. One report shows conditions are the best in two years while the other indicates things are slightly cooler than they were at the beginning of 2017.

Tags: Economy, Manufacturing, Construction Spending, Personal Income, Personal Spending

February 3, 2017 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Job Growth Continues as Manufacturing Improves

Employers in the U.S. continue to add people to their payrolls at a healthy pace, and there is mounting evidence that the nation’s manufacturing sector is coming out of the doldrums.

Tags: Economy, Unemployment, Durable Goods, Manufacturing, Construction Spending, Employment

January 3, 2017 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing Best in 2 Years, Construction Highest in 10 Years

Manufacturing in the U.S. ended 2016 on a high note, hitting its best level since 2014, according to two new reports, while separate data reveals construction spending in the country hit its highest level in a little more than a decade.

Tags: Economy, Manufacturing, Construction Spending

December 1, 2016 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing, Construction Post Impressive Gains

In another sign the U.S. economy is gathering more steam, two reports released Thursday morning showed a strong rebound in the nation’s manufacturing sector while another indicated construction remains strong following earlier positive indicators.

Tags: Economy, Manufacturing, Construction Spending

November 1, 2016 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing Continues Rebound, Construction Falls

New economic reports show the nation’s manufacturing sector continues improving along with consumer spending-- the latest signs the overall economy is gaining traction-- while a separate report shows construction activity has eased, but only just a bit.

Tags: Economy, Manufacturing, Consumer Spending, Construction Spending

September 23, 2016 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing Remains Soft; Homes, LEI Slip

A preliminary report released Friday shows growth in the nation’s manufacturing sector is easing this month amid the slowest expansion of new orders so far this year, according the financial information services provider IHS Markit.

Tags: Economy, Manufacturing, Home Sales, Leading Economic Indicators, Construction Spending

September 1, 2016 - Industry News

Economic Watch: New Manufacturing Orders Stagger, Construction Up

There is slight disagreement when it comes to the health of the nation’s manufacturing industry in the wake of two reports issued on Thursday, but not when it comes to what pulled two gauges lower for August.

Tags: Economy, Manufacturing, Construction Spending

August 1, 2016 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing Continues Rebound, Construction Declines

After hitting a post-Great Recession low, economic activity in the nation’s manufacturing sector continues to grow, but how strong that growth is depends on which report you read.

Tags: Economy, Manufacturing, Construction Spending

July 1, 2016 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing Continues Improving, Construction Falls

Two reports show the nation’s manufacturing sector is making continued improvements following a bumpy ride that began last year and early this year.

Tags: Economy, Manufacturing, Construction Spending

April 1, 2016 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Employment Jumps, Manufacturing Awakens

The number of jobs added in March grew by another healthy pace, but not in trucking, while the nation’s manufacturing sector ended months of declining factory activity and overall construction fell slightly in February, according to the latest economic reports released Friday.

Tags: Economy, Unemployment, Manufacturing, Construction Spending, Employment

March 1, 2016 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing Remains Weak, Construction Booming

Economic activity in the nation’s manufacturing sector showed only slightly better signs of life in February and remains tepid, but construction spending in January hit it highest level since 2007, according to newly released reports.

Tags: Economy, Manufacturing, Construction Spending

February 1, 2016 - Industry News

Economic Watch: Manufacturing Improves as Construction Jumps

While activity in the nation’s manufacturing improved in January from the month before, according to reports on Monday, there is disagreement as to whether this sector is expanding or shrinking.

Tags: Economy, Manufacturing, Construction Spending, Personal Spending

November 2, 2015 - Industry News

Economic Watch: New Manufacturing Orders Jump, Construction Leaps

Economic activity in the nation’s manufacturing may finally be gaining some momentum after some declines, according to two new reports.

Tags: Economy, Manufacturing, Construction Spending

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