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Tag: SC-Market Analytics

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A picture forms about construction materials in the new year

December 1, 2020By

If there are no major policy changes, SC Market Analytics’ David Chereb says construction activity will decrease by modest amounts in 2021 – with almost all of it attributed to nonresidential.

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The Georgia Senate runoffs and their potential impact

December 1, 2020By and

The U.S. Senate is still up for grabs, and the outcomes of those two runoffs would have dramatically different effects on aggregate producers across the nation. SC Market Analytics’ David Chereb explains.

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What Biden’s election means for the aggregate industry

November 30, 2020By and

SC Market Analytics’ David Chereb joins Pit & Quarry to discuss the outcome of the 2020 presidential election and what Joe Biden becoming president means for the prospects of an infrastructure bill and, ultimately, aggregate demand.

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Aggregate Forecast: The V-shaped recovery continues

November 3, 2020By

With the $3 trillion stimulus and interest rates at record lows, the field is set for above 4 percent GDP growth over the next six months.

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Assessing the impact of the coronavirus, election on aggregate demand

October 5, 2020By

While the economy is growing rapidly, recovery depends on a couple of things: the virus and the election, SC-Market Analytics’ David Chereb says.

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How an aggregate forecast comes to life

September 21, 2020By

SC Market Analytics’ David Chereb shares his process for producing an aggregate forecast, detailing the factors he takes into account.

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Assessing the coronavirus, the election and more

September 14, 2020By

How much stock is SC Market Analytics’ David Chereb putting into the coronavirus and the upcoming election when producing an aggregate forecast?

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With five of the nation’s 13 most populous cities residing in Texas, demand for construction materials in the Lone Star State is, not surprisingly, very high. Photo: Art Wager/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

SC Market Analytics adjusts aggregate forecast

September 3, 2020By

Projections for aggregate consumption in 2021-22 are now higher, largely due to a sharper spike in new home construction.

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