Construction contracts slip but still strong

Jul 08, 2005 | 08:09 AM |

The value of new construction contracts slipped 1 percent in May to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $591.5 billion.

Nonresidential building settled back after its improved performance in March and April and nonbuilding construction (public works and utilities) retreated slightly, but residential....

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