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Tag: economy

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Construction starts retreat in April 2020

May 18, 2020By

The decline is the result of the coronavirus pandemic and the economic recession that hit the construction sector, according to Dodge Data & Analytics.

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Pit & Quarry coverage of the coronavirus

May 15, 2020By

Pit & Quarry reports industry updates regarding the coronavirus.

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Weather among factors impacting MDU’s 2020 first quarter

May 8, 2020By

Lower investment returns, milder weather at utility operations and an adjustment on a construction contract impacted the quarterly performance of MDU Resources, the parent company of Knife River Corp.

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Measuring the economic impact of the coronavirus

April 27, 2020By

How long will the latest economic downturn last? And how might this downturn compare to the Great Recession? P&Q asked aggregate producers for their collective feelings on the matter.

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Trade deals boost the outlook for the industry

March 3, 2020By

Benefits from new trade agreements with China, Canada and Mexico will begin to show positive results by this summer and keep jobs growing at a solid pace.

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How Martin Marietta reached new highs in 2019

February 21, 2020By

The company’s fourth-quarter and 2019 year-end report is out, and Martin Marietta expects 2020 to be another record-setter for the company.

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Dodge Momentum Index declines in January 2020

February 14, 2020By

The index fell 2.7 percent in January to 152.5 from a revised December reading of 156.7, according to Dodge Data & Analytics.

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Solid growth, pricing gains to continue

January 3, 2020By

S-C Market Analytics’ David Chereb provides his latest aggregate forecast and a look at continued economic expansion in the years to come.

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