· Highlights for the Three months ended march 31, 2019. Recorded quarterly revenues of $27.7 million for the first quarter 2019, representing an increase of 2.9% compared to.
the largest increase since March 2004, after a 1.9 percent fall in September. Public construction spending was boosted by a 3.2 percent increase in state and local government outlays, the biggest.
Due to the lapse in federal funding from December 22, 2018 through January 25, 2019, annual revisions will be released later than normal. With the release of data for July 2019 on September 3, 2019, unadjusted data will be revised back to January 2013 and seasonally adjusted data will be revised back to January 2008.
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Total residential spending should reach %582.7 billion. This is a 3.5% growth over 2018 which saw spending increase by 5.9% from 2017. Total nonresidential construction is forecast to grow 4.8% to $786.0 billion in 2019, down slightly from the 5.0% growth in 2018.
· Retailers contacted for this round reported that on a year-over-year basis, comparable-store sales were up by mid-single-digit percentages. Capital spending plans for 2019 are a bit higher than 2018. One contact observed that consumers seem willing to spend on all categories of goods, “whether a $10 T-shirt or a $2,000 television set.”
· Key facts: medicare spending was 15 percent of total federal spending in 2017, and is projected to rise to 18 percent by 2028.; Based on the latest projections in the 2018 Medicare.
Washington, Sep 12: The federal government ran up a much smaller budget deficit in August. (ALSO READ: US stocks trade mixed ahead of Federal Reserve’s meeting) The 2014 deficit was an improvement.
US Spending on Residential Improvements: Feb 2019 May 15, 2019 Kta Kosman The most recent data, released Tuesday, from Construction Spending showed that spending on US residential improvements fell to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of US$173 billion in March 2019, -14.1% lower than a year ago.
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