Uk Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index

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Construction buyers have reported a solid expansion of overall construction activity, underpinned by greater residential work and a faster upturn in commercial building. There were also positive signs regarding the near-term outlook for growth, as signalled by the strongest rise in new orders since

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New data has signalled a “modest improvement” in UK construction activity with the pace of expansion during May matching that registered in the previous month. The latest IHS Markit/CIPS UK Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index for May registered 52.5 – exactly the same figure as April. Th

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Output in the UK construction sector showed an “underwhelming” recovery following the weather-related disruptions seen during March. Housing continued to drive the construction activity recovery in April but underlying demand across the construction sector remained subdued, with total new work r

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New construction orders reached a seven-month high in December thanks in part to a buoyant housing sector, new figures have revealed. The latest Markit/CIPS UK Construction purchasing managers’ index (PMI) indicated the highest number of new jobs created since last June, but supply chain pressures

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Construction output appears to have experienced a rebound last month with business activity rising at its strongest rate since June, according to new figures. Latest returns for the Markit/CIPS UK Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index survey also indicated that new orders and employment numbers

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A sustained drop in new work has led to the first reduction in overall UK construction activity since August 2016. The Markit/CIPS UK Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index fell to 48.1 last month from 51.1 in August. The latest reading signalled the steepest decline in overall construction outpu

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Growth in the UK’s construction industry slid to its lowest level for 12 months in August, as new orders for commercial work dropped for the second month in a row. Data from the latest Markit / CIPS Construction PMI, which measures expectations of growth — came in at 51.1 for the month of August

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A slowdown in the commercial building market in July resulted in construction confidence falling to its lowest level since last August, according to the latest monthly survey of industry purchasing managers. The IHS Markit/CIPS UK Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) dropped from 54.8 in

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UK construction companies have reported an increase in business activity at the fastest rate for 17 months. The latest Markit/CIPS UK Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index, a monthly survey of construction buyers, rose to 56 in May, up from 53.1 in April.

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An increase in civil engineering and residential building activity has fuelled the biggest monthly output rise of the year so far in the UK construction sector, new figures have shown. The latest Markit/CIPS UK Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index rose to 53.1 in April from 52.2 in March.

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Purchasing managers have reported a slowdown in growth across the UK construction sector, led by a weaker rise in residential building activity. The latest Markit/CIPS UK Construction PMI survey for March 2017 also pointed to only a marginal increase in new work, which contributed to slower employme

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Construction companies have reported the second-fastest rise in input costs since August 2008 with some firms warning that the rise is causing contract completion delays. The latest Markit/CIPS survey revealed that intense cost inflation persisted in February, which was overwhelmingly linked to high

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Business activity and incoming new work expand at weaker rates in January than at the end of 2016, construction buyers have reported. Despite this, respondents to the latest Markit/CIPS survey signalled that confidence regarding the year-ahead outlook picked up to its strongest since December 2015,

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Construction buyers have reported a positive end to 2016, led by the fastest rise in new order volumes since last January. The latest monthly survey of construction purchasing managers by IHS Markit and the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply revealed that stronger demand resulted in sus

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