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Tag: materials pricing

While rising interest rates are driving single-family construction into a recession, multifamily is thriving due to houses becoming more expensive. Photo: william87/iStock / Getty Images Plus /Getty Images

Basu: Economic uncertainty to continue into 2023

September 28, 2022By

While Anirban Basu does not believe the U.S. is in a recession, the Associated Builders & Contractors’ chief economist says one is coming in 2023.

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Inflation’s peak still poses problems

September 6, 2022By and

While there is a chance the U.S. has reached peak inflation, Anirban Basu, chief economist for the Associated Builders & Contractors, is unsure when prices will start to come down.

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Equipment sales still going strong

July 12, 2022By

Despite issues with materials pricing, availability and the workforce, the aggregate industry’s dealers are optimistic about the road ahead.

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Gingrich discusses supply chain at P&Q event

June 29, 2022By and

During a P&Q Roundtable visit, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich detailed why he expects shortages and high pricing to likely continue through 2023.

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Dodge Industrial eCommerce platforms

May 6, 2022By

Selecting and ordering Dodge products is easy with Dodge’s integrated selection and eCommerce platforms that work together to help you save time and stay within budget.

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New dynamics at play in crushing parts supply

April 18, 2022By

Columbia Steel leaders offer the latest on the supply environment as it pertains to key materials like manganese.

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How 2021 construction starts ultimately fared

January 19, 2022By

Dodge Construction Network crunched the numbers for full-year 2021, finding that residential and nonresidential moved higher while nonbuilding was flat.

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Factors that could shift 2022 construction markets one way or another

January 5, 2022By and

Dodge Construction Network is keeping an eye on four things in the new year that could influence construction markets for the better or worse. Chief economist Richard Branch shares the four in a visit with P&Q.

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According to the National Bureau of Economic Research’s Business Cycle Dating Committee, a recession began in March of this year. Photo: claffra/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

Report: Some materials prices down but supply issues remain

October 15, 2021By

Construction materials pricing continues to outstrip bid prices despite a pricing dip in September, the Associated General Contractors of America reports.

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